Symptoms of diabetes .. beware of them

Symptoms and signs of diabetes.

Type II diabetes mellitus is a

chronic disease that

prevents your body from using insulin properly, as a

result of increased insulin resistance and the

failure of

the pancreas to

produce enough insulin to manage blood sugar levels (glucose), and there are

many

symptoms of diabetes

of the

second type is

important that Know what they are because infection can be prevented or delayed if caught early.

Symptoms of diabetes

vary

from person to person.

It can develop slowly over many years and may be so mild that you don't notice it, and according to the English version of the American "Healthline" website, we present to you the most important signs and symptoms of type 2 diabetes.

Diabetes symptoms

1. Frequent urination

In diabetes, the kidneys cannot keep up with the extra glucose in the bloodstream.

Some of the glucose ends up in the urine and more water is drawn out, which leads to frequent urination.

2. Excessive thirst and excessive hunger

Excessive thirst as a result of frequent urination is often a symptom of diabetes, as is increased hunger or excessive hunger. If you have type 2 diabetes, your body will find it difficult to convert glucose into energy.

This makes you feel hungry.

3. Blurry vision

Diabetes increases the risk of many eye diseases, and increased blood sugar due to diabetes can damage blood vessels, including the blood vessels in the eye, leading to blurred vision.

4. Fatigue and exhaustion

Fatigue can be mental or physical exhaustion and does not improve with rest.

There are many causes of fatigue, but there are studies that suggest that people with type 2 diabetes may experience fatigue due to fluctuations between high and low glucose levels.

5. Wounds are slow to heal

If you have type 2 diabetes, your wounds may take longer to heal.

Slow-healing foot ulcers may also occur due to poor blood supply as well as damage to the nerves responsible for blood flow to the feet.

6. Tingling, numbness and pain in the hands and feet

High glucose can damage the blood vessels that supply nutrients to your nerves.

When your nerves do not receive enough oxygen and nutrients, they cannot function properly, this is called diabetic neuropathy and is more common in the extremities.

7. Unexplained weight loss

Insulin resistance causes glucose to build up in the bloodstream instead of being converted into energy.

This can cause your body to use up other energy sources, such as muscle or fat tissue, and it is generally agreed that an unexplained loss of at least 5 percent of your body weight is a necessity to speak with your healthcare professional.

8. Dark skin areas

There is a skin condition that can be a symptom of diabetes.

They appear as dark streaks of skin that may have a velvety feel and are more common in body folds such as the armpits, neck and groin, but can also occur elsewhere.

9. Frequent infection

In addition to nerve damage and a weakened immune system, poor circulation also increases the chance of infection in people with diabetes.

Having more sugar in the blood and tissues allows the infection to spread faster.

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