Do you have this disease? If you did how would you know if you did?
The symptoms are not obvious, and short of going to a physician and getting your blood tested for its glucose levels, it can be hard to tell. In this article, we’ll talk about the common symptoms you need to be aware of. Keep in mind, that most of these symptoms may seem perfectly benign, or may actually be symptoms of some other condition altogether.
The Blahs: Your body needs you to convert the food you eat into energy. After digestion happens and that fuel gets absorbed into your blood, glucose is suppose to get into your cells where they’ll use it do its work. For diabetics, your body has trouble getting that energy into your cells, so you may feel more hungry and tired than usual.
- It can make you thirstier.
- You can get dry mouth.
- You can get drier, itchier skin.
- You can get blurred vision, as the fluid loss can make your eyes change chap and lose their ability to focus.