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Friday, November 18, 2011

Diabetes Symptoms to Watch For

By Vania Kraft

Type 1 diabetes and juvenile onset diabetes are names for the same condition. Type 1 diabetes targets younger people and has a subtle onset. Type 2 Diabetes is called Adult Onset diabetes and is often very symptomatic. Type 2 can even be predicted in some cases based on lifestyle choices and environmental factors. To be safe,, you should still be on the look out for some of the major symptoms of diabetes. By staying aware, you won't give diabetes a chance to develop undetected. Watch for these diabetic symptoms.

Has your weight started to fluctuate? Does it feel like you eat all the time but you're still losing weight? Has this been a relatively recent change? Are these weight changes happening without a change in your diet? The most obvious sign of diabetes is this kind of weight fluctuation. Diabetes causes this by wreaking havoc on your potassium levels which controls the amount of water in your body. The change in water levels causes the changes to your weight. If you find yourself ballooning up and thinning back down without any predictability it is time to call your doctor.

Excessive thirst is one of the diabetes signs that are well known. Thanks to books where popular characters share about their diabetes diagnosis, many people equate excessive thirst with diabetes. Every individual becomes thirsty. Excessive thirst is when, even if you are drinking far beyond the daily recommended amount of water (64 ounces) you still feel like you might be "dying" of thirst. Nothing can make this thirst go away. If you experience thirst like this, call your doctor. It might be dehydration. More likely it is that something is screwing up your potassium level (which is one of the chief indicators of diabetes, as well).

Is concentration difficult for you? Are you prone to fainting? These could be diabetes symptoms. Diabetes has an affect on the pancreas's ability to produce and regulate insulin and blood sugar levels. Fluctuating blood sugar levels are the reason you may experience fainting. If you find that your energy level is fluctuating wildly in conjunction with these events it is time to see your doctor. You may have lower than normal blood glucose. It could be that you are a diabetic who needs insulin treatments to regulate her blood. Your medical practitioner can help you determine what's happening.

Symptoms can vary widely from one person to another. It depends heavily on how far it has progressed in your body and what the severity is. Some experience no symptoms whatsoever. There are still others who will experience the whole gamet of classic symptoms. The first line of defense a person has against this disease is understanding how it manifests itself. Recognizing the symptoms of diabetes will make it more likely for you to seek early treatment and gain fast control over the disease.

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