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Monday, November 14, 2011

Major Diabetes Symptoms

By Vania Kraft

Identifying the major symptoms of diabetes can help you avoid complications with the disease. Unfortunately, many of the signs of diabetes that present themselves outside of the body are also signs of other sicknesses.

This can lead to several misdiagnoses prior to your diabetes being correctly identified and a course of action is decided on. Still, being able to see the big symptoms of this illness can save you tons of time. When you discover one of the symptoms listed in this article, consult with your physician and ask to be tested.

At times, it can be an indicator of a major sickness. Other times it simply means that you need to get more sleep at night. However, when it is happening because of diabetes, the fatigue is outrageous. Someone having to battle this kind of sleepiness probably gets more than enough sleep at night and, even if they're not overly active, will often feel completely drained. This is the type of sleepiness that is often thought of when mononucleosis is brought up and can be just as limiting. Pay attention to your energy levels. If there is no reason for you to be feeling so exhausted, call your doctor and ask him to run some tests. Are you more easily irritated and don't know why? Sure we all experience bad moods from time to time but unexplainable irritability is often a sign that something is going wrong with your blood sugar levels. It is important to get checked for diabetes if your blood sugar levels are not stable. The increased irritability is caused by the body not properly processing food anymore. It is a good idea to get tested for diabetes and hypoglycemia if you cannot find a reason for your mood swings.

Do your eyes suddenly go blurry without notice? You won't always notice this if it's happening to your loved one. If it happens to you, though, it could be a signal that your body is having insulin problems and should be tested for diabetes. Another medical term for this is Hyperosmolar hyperglycemia nonketotic syndrome. It is caused when body fluid is pulled out of the tissues surrounding the lenses of your eyes. Your eyes will have a more difficult time focusing. You might also need to consult your eye doctor becuase you might just need a new pair of glasses. Talk to your doctor if it is only every now and then or comes and goes without warning.

The primary symptoms and signs of the onset of Type 1 are nausea, vomiting and dehydration. These frequently happen when the body stops making insulin or the levels of potassium become funny. Type 1 diabetes, additionally known as juvenile onset diabetes, is happens on account of genetics and heredity and not generally from factors that can be regulated. If your son or daughter seems to have a stomach bug and is experiencing other odd personality quirks, asking that he or she be tested for diabetes is a good idea. A pediatrician will most likely do some initial testing anyway, just to rule against the sickness.

Symptoms will not be the same for any two people. It really just depends on what stage of it's cycle it is in your body and what you do about it. People have been diagnosed with diabetes who never showed one single symptom. Others might experience all of the common symptoms of the disease. Your first line of defense against diabetes is knowledge of it's causes and manifestations. Controlling your disease before it gets out of hand can easily be achieved by first understanding and recognizing it's symptoms.

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