Thursday, January 29, 2015

Signs of Diabetes - Diabetic Symptoms

Not all people who suffer from diabetes show symptoms of it unless it has reached a serious stage.   One particular symptom of developing diabetes is low blood sugar. This normally occurs as a result of the presence of too much blood insulin and giddiness, sweating, and the urge to eat is experienced. The other diabetic symptoms are regular infections, slower healing of cuts or wound, sensation of numbness, blurred vision and drying skin.

When there is too much glucose in the blood, you feel a strong urge to urinate more often.  With the pressure too much for the renal system, the excessive glucose and the liquids from the tissues are sent to the urine which causes too often urination and can lead to dehydration.  When you drink more fluids to overcome your thirst, you will feel like urinating more. 

There are a variety of rashes caused by diabetes and these rashes may be itchy and red like those of an allergic reaction, raised bumps on the skin while others will simply darken the skin or can be itchy.  Rashes should be shown to a doctor as it can also be that it is caused by something other than diabetes.

Due to lack or absence of insulin, the cells do not react to it and the glucose ends up staying outside the cells in your bloodstream due to which the cells are deprived of energy and you feel tired and weak.

It is important to watch out for these early signs of diabetes as if diabetes is diagnosed early, you can overcome it effectively.  

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