TopicIdentifying If You Are at Risk in Diabetes Mellitus

  • Tue 19th Mar 2019 - 5:57am

    One of the consistent diabetes symptoms for both type Blood Balance Formula I and type II is elevated blood sugar levels. Symptoms begin gradually and can be hard to identify at first. The first symptoms that we can observe is excessive thirst (this thirst is not related to any activities that we perform like exercise, not because of hot weather or a short term illness.

    Excessive hunger is another symptoms, this is the feeling that we know we already eat enough but you are still hungry. Frequent urination, this is one of the reason of excessive thirst, urination repeatedly during the night. Fatigue and tiredness it possible to be severe when it make you fall asleep unexpectedly it is usually happening after meals. The other one is the rapid or sudden weight loss if this happen it is recommended to visit the doctor as soon as possible.

    A health care provider ( doctor ) may suspect a patient has diabetes if the person has a problems that is related to diabetes. What are those? For example, cardiovascular disease like heart attack, changes in vision, numbness in the feet and legs or sores that are low to heal. These symptoms does not mean that a person has a diabetes, but it is recommended that if anyone who has these problems should see a doctor. Other diabetes symptoms might include the following.

    In flu like symptoms a patient can sometimes feel like a viral illness this is usually associated with fatigue, weakness and loss of appetite. The sugar is very important in our body, it serves as the fuel to make work..Our body needs to compensate with the loss of fluid and sugar, what we are doing is to eat more that usual and gain weight. It is also possible that the opposite may occur, even you eat more than the normal you can still lose weight because the muscle tissue did not get enough glucose to generate growth and energy. This is usually happening in diabetes type 1, wherein there is very little sugar that gets into the cells. Blurring of vision is the result of the high levels of blood sugars that is being pulled fluid out of the tissues in the body which includes the lenses of the eyes.

    It might affect the ability of our eyes to focus. As the diabetes treated and the sugar levels lower the vision should improve. Diabetes can alter the process of healing process of the sores and might cause infections like bladder and vaginal infections which is particular in women. Too much sugar in the blood can damage the small blood vessels in the nerves it can lead to the number of symptoms. Usually this are tingling and loss of sensation in the hands and also in the feet. Another thing is the burning pain in the lower and upper extremities. Because of diabetes sexual dysfunction my occur to the men age from 50 and older, this is because of the damage of the nerves that is responsible for the erection. Diabetic person is at risk in acquiring infections usually it is in the gums and in the bones that holds the teeth. In the gums a person can develop sores or pockets of pus. It is most common to those who already had infection in the gums before the onset of the diabetes.

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