Recognizing Diabetes Symptoms

Recognizing Diabetes Symptoms


Hi! I’m robo-Suzie and today I’ll talk to
you about Recognizing Diabetes Symptoms. Also don’t forget to check out the link below,
to find out, how this guy reversed his diabetes! Turns out, the diabetes industry is selling
us fake research! But back to our topic. If you happen to be a diabetic or know one
who is, recognizing what diabetic symptoms are is important. This is also true if you
have a strong family history of diabetes; you’ll want to be aware of the symptoms in
case you develop the disease, too. It’s important to know that not all cases
of diabetes will show diabetes symptoms unless the diabetes is severe. Others will have early
symptoms that can be picked up if one is vigilant. For example, one symptom of early diabetes
is that of episodes of “low blood sugar”, also called hypoglycemia. With this symptom,
a person will experience shakiness, sweating, hunger pangs and dizziness because the insulin
has overshot the target blood sugar. Those with diabetes symptoms related to very
high blood sugar often feel a general sense of illness, weight loss and nausea. They can
also feel dizzy or light-headed. When these symptoms occur, the blood sugar is often greater
than 300 mg per deciliter but can be as high as 600 milligrams per deciliter. Blood sugars
above 600 milligrams per deciliter can cause an altered sense of consciousness and a diabetic
coma. Those with Type I diabetes have slightly different
diabetes symptoms. These individuals have some of the same symptoms of Type 2 diabetes
but can get into much more severe symptoms such as diabetic ketoacidosis. This occurs
when byproducts of metabolism, called ketones, build up in the body. This causes stomach
pains, generalized loss of consciousness and coma, which can be fatal. Type 1 diabetics
can also have symptoms of low blood sugar if they take too much insulin. Diabetics can develop diabetic symptoms, even
if they are in moderate control. Diabetics carry a risk of losing nerve function to the
nerves of the legs, a condition called peripheral neuropathy. This results in the inability
to feel things with one’s feet. Diabetic foot ulcers can develop as a result of poor nerve
and circulatory function. Diabetics can develop the diabetic symptom
of poor vision. This is because untreated diabetes causes changes in the blood vessels
in the eyes so that the vision becomes poor. The condition is called diabetic retinopathy
and can be treated by using laser treatments to the retina. Kidney disease is another diabetic symptom.
This generally happens when the diabetes is poorly treated. There may or may not be actual
symptoms, like water retention, but tests will show that the kidneys are failing. This
can lead to needing a kidney transplant or dialysis if the symptoms are severe. The cardiovascular system can play a role
in diabetes. Peripheral vascular disease, or poor circulation to the legs, is a diabetic
symptom. This can result in cold feet or foot ulcers in diabetics. The heart can also be
involved. Diabetes is a risk factor for having a heart attack. This is the biggest reason
why early and careful control is important for diabetics at all stages of the disease.
In fact, most of the complications of diabetes can be improved by improving the various diabetic
symptoms early. That’s it! Thank you.
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