Diabetes in psychiatric disease

The interactions between diabetes mellitus and psychiatric diseases are complex, with diabetes increasing the risk of a number of psychiatric disorders, while mental illness and its treatment affect the risks and outcomes of diabetes. The mechanisms underlying the association include genetic, lifestyle and psychological factors as well as biological and treatment effects. Where co-morbidity occurs, it presents a significant clinical challenge for clinicians and worsens the outcomes of both conditions for patients.

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