Type 1 diabetes, or juvenile diabetes affects over one million people in the U.S. alone. As an autoimmune condition, type 1 diabetes prevents the body from creating insulin, which helps with managing blood sugar levels. It affects both adults and children, and onset of type 1 diabetes can happen at just about any age. If left untreated, type 1 diabetes causes a build up of glucose in the body which can lead to a range of complications. These complications include damage to blood vessels, nerve damage, and even problems with the feet and eyes.As a serious condition, managing type 1 diabetes requires a lot of efforts and self-care. From insulin shots to regularly measuring blood sugar levels to watching dietary intake.