How Diabetes Disrupts Homeostasis?

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Diabetes disrupts homeostasis by affecting the balance of glucose in the body. Hypoglycemia results when the person's blood sugar falls too low and insulin levels rise too high. The diabetic does not have enough glucose to process the insulin and so this causes an imbalance with the blood stream having too much insulin and not enough glucose.
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