Diabetes Warning Signs – That are Ignored

Diabetes Warning Signs

Diabetes Warning Signs – That are IgnoredDiabetes warning signs are so subtle at times that you may not realize that you are sick for example, if you get the common cold, you may cough, or have a runny nose or watery eyes, or sneeze a lot. If you have the flu, your symptoms may resemble having a high fever, aches, chills, and fatigue. Your body lets you know that something is wrong, and we can then take correct action to fix the problem.

But the symptoms of serious illness or disease are so subtle or commonplace that people truly dismiss the idea that they could be sick. Doctors hear regularly from patients when they tell them that they have a life threatening disease like cancer the patient argues that this can’t be so as they feel so well.

 Listed Diabetic Warning Signs – explained

Diabetes Warning Signs – That are IgnoredThis is the same story for true for diabetics. Looking back many patients brushed off  many of the symptoms they now recognize as diabetes warning signs as the symptoms did not stop them functioning or completing their day to day tasks.

And as this was the case they put off going to the doctor until they had symptoms that would not go away and allow them to function normally. Today, with the growing number of cases in theU.S.and world wide on the rise, it’s even more important to read through the following diabetic warning signs to determine if you might be diabetic.

 To most people one of the most common diabetes warning signs is frequent urination. This has to do with your body not being able to regulate blood sugar levels, which in turn causes your kidneys to work overtime to clean your system. The result is an increase in the number of trips to the toilet.

There are some people that even put this down as a nuisance symptom of getting older but with frequent urination might then lead to dehydration, causing you to feel thirstier than usual. So what happens? You drink more fluids and the cycles continue and end up hitting the bathroom even more. If this has been happening to you, it would probably be a good idea to visit a doctor to make sure everything is ok.

Some other diabetes warning signs that you should be aware of are sudden weight loss or increased appetite. Both of these diabetes warning signs are also connected with blood sugar levels.

Diabetes Warning Signs – That are IgnoredAs outlined above, your kidneys cleanse your system, causing excess glucose to pass out through urine. While the glucose is not being stored in your body, as it usually would be, the result is a decrease in your caloric intake, which can lead to effortless weight loss. Interestingly at the same time, since your body is unable to process glucose efficiently, you might feel hungrier more often than you used to.

Reported diabetes warning signs that health care professionals tell us to be on the look out for and that is blurry vision. Typically this has also to do with blood sugar levels, and the problem could get progressively worse if left untreated for a lengthy period of time.

This of course is not an inclusive list of diabetes warning signs, there are other signs such as tingling hands and feet or frequent infections that take longer to heal or get better but listed are the more common symptoms that you should be aware of.

If you think that you may have early diabetes warning signs be sure to schedule an appointment with your doctor ASAP as there is just no sense in taking chances with your own health.


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  1. […] Diabetes warning signs are so subtle that they are often overlooked as unlike the common cold you may get headaches, runny nose and a cough or the flu where there is a high fever aching joints and just feel lousy.

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