The Early Warning Signs Of Diabetes You Never Ignore

The Early Warning Signs Of Diabetes You Never Ignore

Diabetes warning symptoms can be very mild that you hardly notice. That’s prominent with type 2 diabetes. With type I diabetes, the signs usually occur quickly, in just a few days or a week, and are more severe, also.

Watch for bellow listed warning signs and pay attention to progressive changes, and if something noticeable appears, make a blood sugar test at your doctor.

1. Rapid weight loss

If you have diabetes, your body isn’t able to use glucose (sugar) as effectively for its energy. Instead, your body will start burning fat stores, and you may experience unexpected weight loss..

2. Consistent hunger

When having high blood sugar body tries to regulate glucose. When consuming excessive carbohydrates, the body will produce much insulin while the glucose will drop instantly. This will make you feel hungry, starving for carbs/ sugar that will push up the glucose levels over.

3. Excessive pee breaks and thirst and

People with diabetes pee more than someone who is healthy. The average person pees between 4-7 times daily. Regularly the body reabsorbs glucose as it moves through the kidneys. When you have diabetes, your blood sugar will rise, and the body will try to remove the extra glucose by creating more urine.

4. Foot pain and numbness

The high blood sugar levels can cause damage to the body’s nerves, a disease called diabetic neuropathy. This sign is common in people who have had Type II diabetes for more than 15 years.

5. Vomiting for no reason

Vomiting can be a warning symptom of diabetes, as it’s the result of a fairly complex set of chemical responses of diabetic ketoacidosis. If don’t take it seriously, you could end up in trouble. Usually, vomiting is linked with other intestinal problems, like upset stomach or diarrhea.

6. Blurry vision

High sugar levels can distort the lenses in your eyes, worsening your vision. Changes in your eyeglass prescription or vision are sometimes a sign of diabetes.

7. Slow healing

If you notice your minor injuries staying around for a longer than they should? It can indicate something wrong going on, so get checked out.

8. Yeast infections

Yeast infections can be a sign of diabetes-related issue around the bend. Some studies have shown that high blood sugar can increase that chance of vaginal yeast infections.

9. Tingling sensations

If you experience pins and needles sensation called paresthesia — it feels like the one you feel on your foot or hand fall asleep, it can be a symptom of diabetes.

10. Skin Issues

Something that Dr. Pantalone often sees in patients before a diabetes diagnosis is dark skin in the neck folds and over the knuckles. Insulin resistance can cause this condition, known as acanthosis nigricans.

11. You’re feeling fatigued or exhausted

Several underlying causes of fatigue may relate to diabetes/high sugar levels, including dehydration (from frequent urination, which can disrupt sleep) and kidney damage.

This feeling of exhaustion is often persistent and can interfere with your daily activities, Dr. Pantalone says.


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