The symptoms of diabetes sometimes do not seem so harmful, and the signs of aging. And because of this, almost one third of all people with diabetes do not know they have it. Here we go to different types of diabetes and some of the most common symptoms of each, to help you recognize diabetes a little better.

Diabetes is a disease in which the earlier you start to receive treatment, the better you are. The good news is that there are early signs that you can find that can help detect the disease in its early stages.

Difference between the number of symptoms of type 1 and 2 has begun. Type 1 diabetes can develop symptoms rapidly worsen and within a few weeks. Despite the rapid development of a symptom, however, cellular damage may already have been done some time before type 1 diabetes, was finally found. Type 2 diabetes, a symptom of the other hand, is not so obvious and so bad as a symptom of type 1.

Weight loss occurs when the body does not receive sugar (energy) consumption (usually resulting in hyperglycemia), then the body starts burning stored sugar (fat) into energy. When this happens, your blood sugar is usually high and in some cases extremely high and need attention as soon as possible before the start of ketoacidosis and diabetic coma possible.

Symptoms of diabetes can result from blood sugar blood sugar too low or too high. Symptoms of diabetes as a result of persistent hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) include increased thirst and urination and can lead to serious kidney problems up to and including kidney failure. Excess glucose in the blood decreases the amount of water in body cells and results of extreme thirst. Water consumed is then excreted by the kidney and blood sugar too much.

The symptom of diabetes is more common thirst and increased urination excessive. Are typical symptoms.When you have diabetes, excess sugar or glucose in the blood is increasing. It puts an additional burden on the kidneys to filter and absorb the excess sugar. If the kidneys can not continue, the excess sugar is excreted in the urine, tissue fluids.

All symptoms of diabetes can be treated successfully through a rigorous self-care plan of diet, exercise and insulin. Careful monitoring of glucose levels in the blood helps prevent diabetic complications such as blindness, kidney failure, nerve damage, cardiovascular diseases, infections, seizures, coma and even death. Diabetics should use all available methods to relieve the symptoms of diabetes can move quickly to situations that can be disabling or fatal.

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