ONE million people have diabetes and have no idea

A further 13.6million people are at risk of getting it, and should be wary of the signs to look out for

When you're diabetic your body can struggle to produce enough insulin (type 1) or the insulin isn't effective (type 2)

Diabetes needs treatment in order to prevent blood sugar levels being dangerously high

The NHS says: “Many people have type 2 diabetes for years without realising because the early symptoms tend to be general.”

The longer blood sugar levels remain elevated, the more chance there is for complications to arise

This could involve almost all parts of your body, including your heart, kidneys, blood vessels, eyes, nerves, gastrointestinal tract, gums, and teeth

This week is Diabetes Week - use this full-body scan to check you are not living with signs of untreated diabetes