TopicDetectable Signs Of Diabetes

  • Thu 12th Sep 2019 - 10:55am

    Diabetes is a disease which involves a defect in the proper functioning in theBlood Sugar Ultra body more specifically the inability of the body to secrete insulin or its inability to react to it.Insulin is a hormone that instructs the cells of the body to absorb glucose so that it will be changed into energy. Because of the body's inability to take up this glucose, it just remains in the blood which is very harmful to the body. Generally, diabetes is categorized into type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

    Type 1 diabetes is defined as an autoimmune disease caused by a mix of genetic predisposition and other factors. In this type, the immune system attacks and kills the insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas. This brings about symptoms such as frequent urination, unusual thirst, extreme hunger, unusual weight loss and extreme fatigue and irritability.

    The other type of diabetes which is type 2 is related with the lifestyle of the person. This results to the body's resistance to insulin which means that the body does not react to insulin. So, no matter how much or how little insulin is made, the body is unable to react accordingly. As a result, glucose can't be transferred from the blood into cells which lead to an increase in blood glucose level that has its very detrimental effects on the body. The effects are manifested by symptoms such as increased thirst and appetite, increased urination, unusual weight loss or weight gain, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, dry mouth, slow-healing sores and wounds, itchy skin and blurred vision. The most distinctive symptoms in women is the emergence of vaginal infections.

    If you have been experiencing these symptoms, then it is best to visit a doctor. They will run tests on you and when you are diagnosed with the condition, you'll be given medication to control the increasingly high glucose levels. He or she might also tell you to alter your diet. If you just follow all the instructions of the doctor, you will just be able to get by. But this doesn't mean you shouldn't be vigilant because there are symptoms that warrant you to seek immediate medical attention.


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