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Sunday, June 26, 2011

Diabetes Symptoms to Watch For

By Vania Kraft

Identifying the primary signs of diabetes can help you avoid complications with the disease. Unfortunately a great number of symptoms that present themselves outside of the body for diabetes are also signs of other illnesses.

The most obvious symptom of both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes is that the body no longer produces insulin the way it is supposed to. Although this is not as noticeable as, say, the signs for the common flu. Ordinarily, this is only recognized when you visit your doctor for a different matter. The lack of insulin is found when a blood test is done or when your organs are tested. Type 1 most often is diagnosed when a person is quite young and is generally noticed, due to the physician trying to diagnose a flu bug or something similar. Have you felt more irritable without any outside reason? If your irritability goes beyond normal bad mood, then the culprit could be your blood sugar levels are out of sync. It is important to get checked for diabetes if your blood sugar levels are not stable. When you start becoming diabetic, the body stops processing food properly which in most cases leads to increased irritability. Have you doctor test you for diabetes and hypoglycemia if you can't find a reason for your mood swings.

Type 1's chief symptoms and indicators of onset include nausea, vomiting, and dehydration. These frequently happen when the body stops making insulin or the levels of potassium become funny. Type diabetes, also called juvenile onset diabetes, happens because of genetics and heredity and not typically from factors that can be regulated. If your son or daughter is acting a bit out of sorts and you think they may have the stomach flu, requesting that they have some testing for diabetes is a smart idea. A pediatrician will most likely do some initial testing anyway, just to rule against the sickness.

One of the signs of diabetes that is more difficult to figure out, especially in yourself is when you feel a bit out of sorts. We all have days where we have difficulty paying attention. If you are suddenly feeling agitated, confused or even irritable and can't figure out why you feel that way, it could be due to you experiencing one of the symptoms of diabetes. It is not hard to realize this in others, however it is more difficult to see it in yourself.

Make sure to remember that the symptoms that are directly associated with diabetes are not usually shown outwardly. A blood test and test of your pancreas will be needed to definitively diagnose you. Once you have the correct diagnosis, you'll be more likely to discover how to feel better and get back to your usual lifestyle.

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