Friday, June 29, 2012

Symptoms Or Signs Of Diabetes A Common

Diabetes  is a condition in which the body can not regulate the content of sugar in the blood so glucose or sugar which is usually transported into the cells of the body as an energy source instead scattered in the bloodstream, and even go wasted in the urine. Regulation of blood sugar by the body is done with the help of the hormone insulin from the pancreas. Diabetes consists of two types:
Type 1:
Diabetes because the body does not produce insulin, so patients need daily insulin injections to control blood sugar levels. Type 1 diabetes occurs in children and adolescents and its development is rapid.
Type 2:
In type 2 diabetes, the pancreas produces insulin, but the body's cells do not respond normally. This type of diabetes is usually associated with obesity and some cases of pregnancy as well as a new outbreak of the age of 40 years.

• Dehydration
• constant thirst
• Increased frequency of urination
• Fatigue
• Weight loss
• Impaired vision
• Wound healing is a long
High blood sugar levels will eventually cause damage to blood vessels and nerves that lead to impaired function of the eyes, kidneys and nerves as well as increase the risk of heart attack, stroke and impotence.


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