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The Early Signs Of Diabetes That You Need To Know To Avoid Serious Complications

The Early Signs Of Diabetes That You Need To Know To Avoid Serious Complications

Early Signs Of Diabetes : Some people do not know or find out they have diabetes until they begin to experience problems from long _ term damage caused by diabetes, since the warning signs can be so mild that individuals do not notice them, especially in type 2 diabetes.

Children and young adults equally suffer from diabetes. As a parent, providing the necessary oversight of your children with respect to observing the early signs and symptoms of diabetes in the children could help safeguard such a child.

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Type 1 diabetes symptoms happen quickly within a few days or weeks and are more severe as well.

The Early Signs Of Both Type 1 And Type 2 Diabetes Are:

1. Hunger and Fatigue: The body converts the food we eat into glucose and uses it as energy, and insulin is needed to transport this glucose in the blood to the cells to use as energy. However, if your body does not produce enough or no insulin, as in type 1 diabetes, or the cells resist the insulin as in type 2 diabetes, the glucose cannot get into the cells and you have less or no energy. This can make you more hungrier and more tired than usual./ Early Signs Of Diabetes

2. Slow Wound : uncontrolled diabetes affects circulation by making blood flow slowly, which makes it more difficult for the body to deliver nutrients to the wound site to facilitate healing. As a result, the wound will heal slowly or may not heal at all depending on the severity of the condition.

3. Frequent Thirst And Urination: The body reabsorbs glucose in the blood. When blood gets to the kidneys for filtration, the kidneys keep glucose for the body to reabsorb it, but when the kidneys cannot keep up the excess glucose, it excretes it into your urine by draining fluids from your tissues, which makes you dehydrated and will make you feel thirsty than usual and as you drink more water to quench the thirst, the more you urinate as well. / Early Signs Of Diabetes

4. Blurred Vision: High blood sugar from diabetes can affect one’s ability to see by causing the lens inside the eyes to swell there by causing blurred vision.

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