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The 8 Diabetes Symptoms That You Should Know About

By Sue Kennedy

There are 8 diabetes symptoms that you should know about so that you can avoid harm and any serious complications if not treated immediately. Once you think you have any of the following symptoms you should seek medical advice immediately to see if you have actually developed diabetes.

Knowing what the 8 diabetes symptoms are:

* Being tired all the time – If you feel tired all the time and you are sleeping well could be a symptom of diabetes. When you are tired your body is not getting the energy it requires and although you have enough insulin, you body will become resistant.

* Increased thirst – If you start to drink more water than normal this can be a sign of diabetes.

* Increased hunger – Feeling hungry all the time and not being able to satisfy your hunger.

* Weight loss – Losing weight unexpectedly can be one of the signs of diabetes.

* Having blurred vision – Not being able to see as clearly as normal with or without glasses can also be a symptom of diabetes. What actually happens is that the lenses of your eyes shrink and swell as your blood glucose falls and rises, this causes your vision to blur because your eyes cannot adjust quickly enough to these changes in the lenses of your eyes.

* Leg cramps – Getting leg cramps, especially if you have never had this problem before can be a sign of diabetes.

* Urine output increase – If your urine output has increased means that your could have diabetes. You need to be careful to make sure that you do not become dehydrated.

* Wounds that won’t heal – Skin conditions and infections, itchiness and wounds that just won’t heal no matter what you do can be a symptom of diabetes. Your white blood cells are the cells that help with the healing process of your body against infections; these do not function well if your body has high glucose levels, which occurs in diabetics. Bugs unfortunately thrive in a high glucose environment which leaves your body as a diabetic especially prone to infections.

The 8 diabetes symptoms that you should be aware of are vital to recognise early as these can become potentially dangerous and lead to the many complications that are associated with this terrible disease we call diabetes.

Learn more about how you can Defeat Diabetes Now. Stop by Sue Kennedy’s site where you can get all the information about Diabetes Natural Cures and what the 8 Symptoms of Diabetes are.

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