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Thursday, November 10, 2011

Big Signs of Diabetes

By Vania Kraft

Identifying the major symptoms 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.

Have you noticed your weight has started to fluctuate? Are you losing weight even though you're always eating? Is this a recent change? Was there no change in diet that could have triggered the weight fluctuations? This is one of the most obvious signs of the onset of diabetes. Because diabetes messes with your potassium levels, the amount of water in your body fluctuates. As you gain or lose water, you gain or lose weight. If you find your weight fluctuating drastically and unpredictably, talk to your doctor. Have you felt more irritable without any outside reason? While every one has bad moods occasionally, unexplainable irritability could be caused by issues with your blood sugar levels. It is important to get checked for diabetes if your blood sugar levels are not stable. The reason people start becoming more irritable when they start becoming diabetic is because their body is no longer processing food correctly. So if you can't find an explanation for your mood swings, have your doctor test your for diabetes and hypoglycemia.

As anticipated, some people are just hungrier than others. At the same time, if you notice that you are always hungry, this could be a symptom of diabetes. Excessive eating is often connected with the unusual blood sugar levels that a person has to contend with when diabetes first starts to set in. Some individuals who are going through the beginning stages of diabetes will notice they continue to eat even if they are starting to feel full. More often, though, a person who is "coming down with" diabetes will never feel full. If you find that you can't seem to stop eating or fill up, it is time to contact your primary care physician.

Excessive thirst is one of the diabetes indicators that are well known. On account of books in which popular characters explain their diabetes diagnosis, a lot of people equate excessive thirst with diabetes. Everybody gets thirsty. Excessive thirst means you are drinking a bunch of water - way over the recommended daily amount (64 ounces) and you continue to feel as if you could "die" of thirst. There is nothing that can help this thirst. If you experience thirst like this, call your doctor. It might be dehydration. More likely is that something is messing with your potassium level (which is one of the major symptoms of diabetes as well).

Be sure to remember the indicators that are specific to diabetes are usually not shown outwardly. Blood and pancreas tests will be crucial to properly diagnose you. Upon obtaining the right diagnosis, you'll be able to see how to feel better and get back to your normal self.

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