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Thursday, May 26, 2011

You May Have Diabetes If You Have These Symptoms

By Patricia Millner

Diabetes is a disease in which the body of a healthy adult or child cannot process or produce enough insulin. Insulin is an important chemical which helps the body digest sugars and starches and turn them into energy. The symptoms of diabetes can be subtle.

Nearly 18 million people have diabetes in the United States, though many doctors and health professionals feel that that number is actually inaccurate due to the large number of people who have diabetes but have never been diagnosed. Knowing the symptoms of diabetes can help you decide if you need to see a doctor or not for a full diagnosis and treatment. Here are some of the more common symptoms of diabetes:

Excessive Hunger and Thirst: Because diabetes affects how your body digests and handles food, you may actually feel more hungry after a big meal than before you began eating. Thirst may also be increased due to sugar building up in you body. Since your body won't be able to handle the sugar your kidneys will have to work overtime. The increased sugar will leave your body as urination, which may leave you dehydrated and wanting more to drink.

Increased Urination: Because your body working overtime to remove sugar from its system, you may find yourself urinating more. As your thirst increases you'll find yourself drinking more liquid, which only means you'll have to urinate sooner rather than later. Many adult bedwetters may really only have an undiagnosed case diabetes which can be treated.

Excessive Fatigue: When you suffer from diabetes your body is working extra hard to process the food you eat. Your body also is not able to get as much energy from sugar and starches, so it may feel as though you're always run down simply because you are!

Diabetes is a treatable but serious disease which can worsen if left undiagnosed and untreated. There are many subtle symptoms of diabetes, and this list is just a small sampling of what you may feel or experience if you have the disease. Talking to a qualified medical professional is always the best course of action if you are not feeling well.

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