Tell-Tale Signs – Do You Have Diabetes ?


The following are common diabetes symtoms  :

  • Increased urination
  • Blurred vision
  • Fatigue or drowsiness
  • Poor wound healing
  • Increased hunger and thirst
  • Rapid weight loss
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Dry, itchy skin
  • Loss of sensation in hands or feet
  • Ants are attracted to the sweet urine in the toilet, but docters say this may not be reliable and it is still best to get a blood test done.

Do You have any of the above symtoms ?

Our bodies are actually a complex sugar-processing system that is always working to keep our blood sugar in a healthy range. However, even people with a healthy sugar-processing system needs to be aware of the amount of food and sugar they take in. For example, if a person skips meals, they may experience transient hypoglycemia (blood sugar that is too low). If a person consumes a large amount of sugar, they may experience transient hyperglycemia (blood sugar that is too high). Blood sugar that is too high for long periods can lead to symptoms including extreme thirst, frequent urination and fatigue; if blood sugar is too low people may become immediately dizzy or lightheaded, become sweaty, confused or anxious, or experience a faster heartbeat. When the system breaks down, it can lead to serious illnesses – the most well-known of which is diabetes.

Once diagnosed, getting diabetes under control becomes a full-time job. This is especially so for type-1 diabetes as the sufferer has to inject himself with insulin to compensate for the body’s inability to produce the hormone.

Type 2 diabetes develops when the body fails to produce enough insulin, a hormone that moves glucose from the blood into the cells, or is unable to use it properly.

Be alert to your body’s signals, and always remember that we are like machines – we’re subjected to wear and tear. Let’s not abuse our bodies because we are accountable not only to ourselves, but also to our love ones around us.

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Category: Managing Diabetes


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