Self-Acceptance in Early Adult Women Who Suffer Diabetes Mellitus Type II

Dr. Intaglia Harsanti

Abstract


Early adulthood is a process of physical change and the onset of diabetes. Physical and psychological changes have an impact on the sufferer, which consists of frequent urination, easy to feel hungry, feeling thirsty, cold sweating, difficult to heal wounds, trembling and dizziness, causing a sense of fear and stress. Women are more at risk of developing diabetes, because women are physically more likely to have a greater increase in body mass index. Acceptance of a good individual will tolerate and accept his illness. However, diabetes can also give a psychological burden. 

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