Early warning signs of diabetes | You Need to take action Fast

Early warning signs of diabetes | You Need to take action Fast


Early warning signs of diabetes. Are u curious about the warning signs of diabetes? Then you are in the right video. Today, I will be showing you, 10 warning signs
of diabetes, which you need to take action with. If you are new here, consider subscribing
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also be notified whenever we upload a new video. How can you tell if you have diabetes? Most early symptoms are from higher-than-normal
levels of glucose, a kind of sugar, in your blood. The warning signs can be so mild that you
don’t notice them. That’s especially true of type 2 diabetes. Some people don’t find out they have it until
they get problems from long-term damage caused by the disease. With type 1 diabetes, the symptoms usually
happen quickly, in a matter of days or a few weeks. They’re much more severe, too. Early Signs of Diabetes. Both types of diabetes have some of the same
telltale warning signs. 1. Hunger and fatigue. Your body converts the food you eat into glucose
that your cells use for energy. But your cells need insulin to take in glucose. If your body doesn’t make enough or any insulin,
or if your cells resist the insulin your body makes, the glucose can’t get into them and
you have no energy. This can make you hungrier and more tired
than usual. 2. Peeing more often and being thirstier. The average person usually has to pee between
four and seven times in 24 hours, but people with diabetes may go a lot more. Why? Normally, your body reabsorbs glucose as it
passes through your kidneys. But when diabetes pushes your blood sugar
up, your kidneys may not be able to bring it all back in. This causes the body to make more urine, and
that takes fluids. The result: You’ll have to go more often. You might pee out more, too. Because you’re peeing so much, you can get
very thirsty. When you drink more, you’ll also pee more. 3. Dry mouth and itchy skin. Because your body is using fluids to make
pee, there’s less moisture for other things. You could get dehydrated, and your mouth may
feel dry. Dry skin can make you itchy. 4. Blurred vision. Changing fluid levels in your body could make
the lenses in your eyes swell up. They change shape and can’t focus. Symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes. These tend to show up after your glucose has
been high for a long time. 1. Yeast infections. Both men and women with diabetes can get these. Yeast feeds on glucose, so having plenty around
makes it thrive. Infections can grow in any warm, moist fold
of skin, including: o Between fingers and toes. o Under breasts. o In or around sex organs. 2. Slow-healing sores or cuts. Over time, high blood sugar can affect your
blood flow and cause nerve damage that makes it hard for your body to heal wounds. 3. Pain or numbness in your feet or legs. This is another result of nerve damage. Symptoms of Type 1 Diabetes. You might notice:
• Unplanned weight loss. If your body can’t get energy from your food,
it will start burning muscle and fat for energy instead. You may lose weight even though you haven’t
changed how you eat. • Nausea and vomiting. When your body resorts to burning fat, it
makes ketones. These can build up in your blood to dangerous
levels, a possibly life-threatening condition called diabetic ketoacidosis. Ketones can make you feel sick to your stomach. Symptoms of Gestational Diabetes. High blood sugar during pregnancy usually
has no symptoms. You might feel a little thirstier than normal
or have to pee more often. Warning Signs of Diabetes Complications. Signs of type 2 diabetes’ complications may
include: • Slow-healing sores or cuts. • Itchy skin (usually around the vaginal
or groin area). • Frequent yeast infections. • Recent weight gain. • Velvety, dark skin changes of the neck,
armpit, and groin, called acanthosis nigricans. • Numbness and tingling of the hands and
feet. • Decreased vision. • Impotence or erectile dysfunction (ED). Learn about what you can do to lower your
risk of diabetes complications. LOW BLOOD SUGAR. Low blood sugar, happens when the level of
sugar or glucose in your blood drops too low to fuel the body. You might feel:
• Shaky. • Nervous or anxious. • Sweaty, chilly, or clammy. • Cranky or impatient. • Confused. • Lightheaded or dizzy. • Hungry. • Sleepy. • Weak. • Tingly or numb in your lips, tongue, or
cheeks. You might notice:
• Fast heartbeat. • Pale skin. • Blurred vision. • Headache. • Nightmares or crying when you sleep. • Coordination problems. • Seizures. High Blood Sugar. Hyperglycemia, or high blood sugar, causes
many of the warning signs of diabetes listed above, including:
• Heavy thirst. • Blurry vision. • Peeing a lot. • More hunger. • Numb or tingling feet. • Fatigue. • Sugar in your urine. • Weight loss. • Vaginal and skin infections. • Slow-healing cuts and sores. • Blood glucose over 180 milligrams per
deciliter. When to Call Your Doctor. If you’re older than 45 or have other risks
for diabetes, it’s important to get tested. When you spot the condition early, you can
avoid nerve damage, heart trouble, and other complications. As a general rule, call your doctor if you:
• Feel sick to your stomach, weak, and very thirsty. • Are peeing a lot. • Have a bad belly ache. • Are breathing more deeply and faster than
normal. • Have sweet breath that smells like nail
polish remover (This is a sign of very high ketones.) Health Focus wants you and those close to
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