When diabetes becomes severe, it becomes hard to manage, this is why early detection is always the best. According to medical news today, these symptoms below are early symptoms of diabetes and they should not be taken for granted....CONTINUE READING
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1. Increased appetite.
If you are always hungry all the time, you could have diabetes. This is usually because people who have diabetes do not always get as much energy as they need when they eat.
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Normally, the body breaks down carbohydrates into glucose which the body uses a source of energy, but in diabetic patients, a larger percentage of the glucose that the body gets from digested carbohydrates stays in the blood. Hence, they feel the need to eat more to get more energy.
2. You are always tired
As explained earlier, diabetic patients do not get enough energy as they need from the foods they eat. This is why the constant feeling of tiredness is always there. If you notice that you are always feeling tired, you should get yourself checked to be sure that you don’t have diabetes.
3. Urinating frequently.
Frequent urination could be a very strong symptom of diabetes. If you are excusing yourself almost all the time to empty your bladder then you just might have diabetes. People who have diabetes have excess sugar in their blood stream and this disrupts the normal balance of the body.
In order for the body to maintain a proper balance between the fluids and the excess sugar in the blood, it has to take out the excess sugar that is in the blood. The only way this can be done is by filtering it out of the blood through the kidneys. This will eventually lead to excessive urination, especially at nights.
If you have any of these symptoms, you should get yourself checked as soon as possible because early detection can prevent you from a lot of complications that come with diabetes…..CONTINUE READING