Diabetes is one of the most popular diseases of modern times and many doctors and experts call it the “silent killer” because its symptoms do not appear for a long time and many people do not even know that there is a risk that this condition and condition can worsen and lead to the death of the person, which can lead to death.
Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of diabetes, caused by the body struggling to produce enough insulin, or the body does not react to insulin.
Insulin is needed to convert blood sugar into usable energy. Without enough hormone, your blood sugar level will continue to rise, increasing your risk of heart disease or nerve damage.
According to Russia Today, some symptoms are so subtle that you may not know if you have diabetes.
Frequent urination is one of the most common “quiet” symptoms of high blood sugar, the foundation said.
Some people with diabetes can be found making “trips” to the toilet at night. If the fluid intake is reduced but the patient urinates frequently it is a warning sign.
Here are 10 “quiet” symptoms of diabetes you need to know.
1- Frequent urination
2- Excessive thirst
3- Excessive hunger
4- Weakness / fatigue
5- Numbness and tingling sensation of the nostrils
6- Blurred vision
7- Itching of the skin
8- Slow wound healing
9- Mood swings
10- Recurrent urinary tract infections
If you are concerned about the warning signs of diabetes you should talk to your doctor immediately.
If left untreated, the symptoms increase the risk of heart disease or stroke, as well as some cancers and kidney problems.
Making some lifestyle changes can reduce the risk of developing high blood sugar. It is important to eat a healthy, balanced diet and exercise.
If you experience some of these subtle symptoms, try a low carb diet of protein and green leafy vegetables. Avoid sugary drinks and drink at least 2 liters of water to see if these symptoms improve.
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