What are symtoms of diabetes?
Some diabetes symptoms include:
* Frequent urination
* Excessive thirst
* Extreme hunger
* Unusual weight loss
* Increased fatigue
* Blurry vision Source(s): http://healthy-ojas.com/diabetes/diabete…
"Type 2 Diabetes - Symptoms
At first, your blood sugar level may rise so slowly that you may not know that anything is wrong. One-third of adjectives people who have diabetes do not know that they have the disease.1
If you do own symptoms of type 2 diabetes, they may include:
Having to urinate more than usual.
Feeling more hungry than usual.
Losing weight without trying to.
Feeling very tired.
Other signs of type 2 diabetes may include:
Infections and cuts and bruises that make well slowly.
Tingling or numbness in your hands or foot.
Trouble with skin, gum, or bladder infections.
Vaginal yeast infections.
Some people have already developed more serious robustness problems by the time they are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Over time, diabetes can lead to problems with the eyes, kidneys, heart, blood vessel, and nerves. Signs of these problems may include:
Numbness, tingling, burning pain, or swelling in your feet or hand (diabetic neuropathy).
Blurred or distorted vision or seeing flashes of light; seeing large, floating red or black spots; or seeing massive areas that look like floating hair, cotton fibers, or spiderwebs (diabetic retinopathy).
Chest pain or shortness of breath. This may be a sign of heart or blood vessel problems." (1)
How to know for sure is to budge to the doctor and have a Hemoglobin-A1C (HA1C) test done.
If you do have diabetes, the particularly best thing you can do for yourself is to get this book (available as a downloadable pdf) and follow the instructions:
It is called "How to Halt Diabetes surrounded by 25 Days."
I have no affiliation with Truth Publishing, or Natural News, so I'm not trying to sell you anything. I use this as one of my resources surrounded by treating my diabetic patients. Since I am the Weight Loss Director of a clinic, a large percentage of my patients happen to be diabetic when they come under vigilance. Every single one of my patients that comply with the guidelines I give them, many base on this book (I was advising them this way for years, but the book puts it surrounded by simple terms all in one place) are rotten of all of their blood sugar meds and insulin, with stable fasting blood sugar between 70 and 110 in 30 days.
"They" will tell you that you can continue doing what you did to get where on earth you are, and just control your blood sugar with medication instead of with your diet. What "They" don't update you is that doing this causes heart disease, and that oral glucose medications actually increase mortality (death rate). Please read the following articles . . .
Good luck to you.
Dr. Kim Source(s): (1) http://diabetes.webmd.com/tc/type-2-diab…
I am the Weight Loss Director and Medical Director of a Wellness center. I am a automatic health care physician with a Nutrition point and post-graduate training in pharmacology, pharmokinetics, pain management, endocrinology (study of hormones), exercise physiology, sports prescription, auto-immune diseases, and both women's and men's health issues.
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Diabetes Type 1: Symtoms of type 2
In type 1, the pancreas stop producing insulin, due to autuimmune response or possibly viral attack on pancreas. In absence of insulin, body cells does not procure glucose for producing ATP (Adenosin Triphosphate) units which results into primary symptom in the form of nausea and vomiting. In latter stage which leads to ketoacidosis surrounded by which body starts breaking down muscle tissue and fat for energy, there is consequently express weight loss. Dehydration is also usually observed due to electrolyte disturbance. In advance stages even coma and death, are self witnessed.
Diabetes Type 2:
* Increased fatigue : Due to inefficiency of cell to metabolise glucose, reserve fat of body is metabolised to gain energy. When fat is broken down within the body, it uses more energy as compared to glucose, hence body goes in cynical calorie effect, which results in fatigue.
* Polydipsia : As the concentration of glucose increases in the blood, brain receives signal for diluting it and surrounded by its counteraction we feel thirsty.
* Polyuria: Increase in urine production is the result seen when excess of glucose is present within body. Body tries to get rid of the extra sugar in the blood by excreting it through the urine. This can also lead to dehydration because excreting the sugar which carry a large amount of water out of the body along with it.
* Polyphegia : The hormone insulin is also responsible for stimulating hunger. In instruct to cope up with high sugar levels within blood, body produces insulin which leads to increased hunger.
* Weight flactuation : Factors like loss of water (polyuria), glucosuria , metabolism of body obese and protein may lead to loss of weight. Few cases may show weight gain due to increased appetite.
* Blurry trance : Hyperosmolar hyperglycemia nonketotic syndrome is the condition when body fluid is pulled out of tissues including lenses of eye, which affects the ability of lenses to focus resulting in blurry vision.
* Irritability : It is one of the sign of soaring blood sugar because of the inefficient supply of glucose to brain and other body organs, which makes us feel tired and uneasy.
* Infections : Certain signals from the body is given whenever there is fluctuation of blood sugar (due to suppression of immune system) by frequent infections of fungal or bacterial close to skin infection or UTI (urinary tract infection).
* Poor wound healing : High blood sugar resists the flourishing of WBC, (white blood cell) which are responsible for body immune system. When these cells do not function accordingly, wound remedial is not at good pace. Secondly, long standing diabetes leads to thicken of blood vessels which may affect proper circulation of blood in different body parts.
Depression is also a complication of diabetes.
Profuse sweating, thirst, frequent urination