Signs of both types of diabetes – Diabetes Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes is more or less the same in which excess glucose in blood and less or no production of insulin in the body.
Type 1 diabetes is caused by lack of insulin because the cells to produce insulin have been killed or destroyed. While Type 2 diabetes occurs when the body’s cells become resistant to the insulin produced.
In any case, if there is a shortage of glucose in the cell, will be identified through certain signs or symptoms. These symptoms gradually disappeared after the diabetes is cured, and also reduces the potential of getting serious health problems.
Symptoms of Type 1 Diabetes
Increased frequency of urination caused by too much glucose in the blood. If insulin is insufficient, the kidneys can not filter glucose back into the blood. They become overwhelmed and try to pull out the extra water to lower blood glucose levels. This makes you always take urination back and forth frequently.
If you feel thirsty incredible, it could be early symptoms of diabetes, In addition, followed by frequent urination. If your body is throwing water out of your body, you will become thirsty and feel the need to drink more water to replace water lost.
Decrease in body weight
In Type 1 diabetes, the pancreas produces little insulin or even stopped making insulin, it is because the body attacks the pancreatic cells known as an autoimmune reaction. The body will try hard to find an energy source because the cells are not getting glucose. It began to target the muscle tissue and fat for energy.
When the insulin does not exist that serve to help bring glucose into cells, the glucose living outside the cell, this causes the cells become starved of energy so you will feel tired.
Symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes
Hyperglycemic hyperosmolar non ketotic syndrome (HHNS) is a condition where the body fluid is pulled out of tissues including the eye lens, which affects the ability to focus and resulting in blurred vision.
This happens because the immune system suppression that often causes skin infections such as fungi or bacteria.
Slow wound healing
High blood sugar reject the white blood cells that act as the immune system. When these cells are not functioning properly, the process of wound healing to be slow.
Numbness in hands or feet
This occurs due to high glucose in the blood damage the nervous system, especially in the legs. People often do not realize they have it. Therefore, high blood sugar may be more than a few years before being diagnosed. Nerve damage can spread without our knowledge. This condition is called neuropathy. Neuropathy can develop frequently with increasing levels of glucose.
Early detection of diabetes symptoms can reduce the chances of developing complications from diabetes. So, if you have one of