FIGURE 2. Frequency Of Respondents'check-up
The diagram shows that sixty-five percent (65%) of the total respondentsanswered that their illness was accumulated due to the different environmental factors.Minority of the respondents or thirty-five percent said that they inherited their illnessfrom their parents.This suggests that most of the respondents experiencing diabetes mellitusacquired this illness by accumulating it. This is due to the different environmental factorswhich are the kind of lifestyle that the respondents have.The diagram shows that sixty-five percent (65%) of the total respondentsanswered that they go for check-ups. Majority of the respondents answered yes, andthirty-five percent (35%) of the total respondents said no.This presents the number of respondents who had accumulated diabetes mellitusand those who obtained hereditary their present condition. This suggests that larger number of people accumulates diabetes mellitus, this may be caused by the wide spreadhigh-sugar containing products and even unhealthy, and unproductive lifestyle.
FIGURE 1. Percentage of the Respondents on How theyAcquire Diabetes Mellitus