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If you have begun to notice your bathroom breaks becoming more often, or your seemingly unending thirst, it’s time for you to go for a check-up. Just about anyone can have diabetes, and you’re not exempted. If there has been a history of it in your family, you have all the more reason to visit your doctor. Find out if you have too much glucose in the blood and your cells don’t have enough of it.

Common Symptoms Of Diabetes

  • Frequent bathroom breaks. If you’ve been urinating a lot in one day, it is possible that you have diabetes. When the blood has too much glucose, you tend to urinate more. If the insulin isn’t working, the kidneys won’t be able to filter the glucose to the blood, and will have to dilute the glucose by drawing extra water from the blood. Because of this, your bladder will be full most of the time, which is why you have to urinate again and again.
  • Unquenchable thirst. Have you been drinking a lot of water and still not getting enough of it? It’s time for a check-up. This will happen especially because of the first symptom which is frequent urination.
  • Effortless weight loss. When there isn’t glucose in the cells, the body will begin to look for an energy source, breaking down muscle tissue and fat.
  • Tiredness and fatigue. The cells are supposed to use glucose that comes from the food we eat to produce the body’s needed energy. So if there’s no insulin to deliver the glucose into the cells, the cells will eventually be unable to produce energy, making you feel weak and tired all the time.
  • Tingling or numb feeling in hands, feet, or legs. When the glucose is consistently high in the blood, the nervous system gets damaged and neuropathy will occur, which is what this symptom is called. When the glucose in the blood is kept in tighter control, neuropathy will gradually be improved.

Other symptoms of diabetest can include blurred vision, dry skin, and wounds that heal only after a long time. As soon as you notice the symptoms mentioned above, have an appointment with your doctor and find out if you have diabetes or if they’re being caused by something else. If you do have diabetest, getting diagnosed as soon as possible is important for maintaining your health.

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