Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Diabetes--Diabetics Symptoms

Diabetes is caused by insufficient insulin entering the bloodstream to regulate the glucose. It is either caused by cells in the pancreas dying off or receptor sites clogged up by fat and cholesterol. In some case diabetes is also caused by allergy reactions of cells in our body.

If you have the below symptoms, please check with your family doctor. You might have diabetes:
1. Frequent urination:
If you feel that you are needing to urinate more often than usual or a compelling urge to urinate, along with discomfort in your bladder.
2. Excessive thirst:
The urge to drink too much beyond a certain limit
may be a symptom of high blood sugar in your bloodstream , and can be an important clue in detecting diabetes.

3. Increase appetite:
If you are experiencing the drive to eat excessively due to emotional and physical causes then it is an emotion disorder that compels you to eat even after you are full. Increased appetite can be an early symptom of diabetes.
4. Unexplained weight loss:
Loss of body weight can occur due to various conditions ranging from eating disorders to severe metabolic conditions including diabetes. Drastic weight loss of more than 5 to 10 pounds when you're not trying to, requires medical attention because it may be a sign of diabetes.

5. Blurry vision:
This is a symptom of great concern. If the blood sugar levels are too high, sugar builds up in your eye, This excess sugar also draws in fluid, changing the shape of the lens and making blurry vision. Certain types of blurry vision can be a medical emergency where delay can lead to loss of sight.

6. Increased fatigue :
Unlike the tiredness experienced by a healthy person, sudden increase of fatigue is a bad thing in people with symptoms of diabetes
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