Early signs and symptoms of diabetes often go unnoticed and are not detected because they may not seem so serious! Collecting them at an early stage is the key to preventing the onset or progression of diabetes mellitus and, therefore, preventing complications.
In this episode, we will analyze the signs and symptoms of diabetes mellitus in both men and women.
Here, for Diabetes, I refer mainly to Type II Diabetes Mellitus unless otherwise specified. The signs and symptoms of diabetes are mainly due to an elevated level of glucose in the blood, which is medically known as hyperglycemia.
In type 1 diabetes, symptoms can develop very rapidly and significantly over weeks or even days, especially in adolescents and young adults.
In type 2 diabetes, symptoms tend to develop more slowly, usually over a period of months or years. It can also start from the pre-diabetic stage. We have discussed some important basics of diabetes and the types of diabetes as the pre-diabetic stage in our previous episodes.
Let's list the signs and symptoms of diabetes one by one! Watch these signs carefully until the end, since not only can you easily prevent and control diabetes, but they are also very good indicators of your blood sugar levels for treatment.
First we will see the SIGNS and EARLY SYMPTOMS of diabetes or undiagnosed diabetes. Please watch the video.
DIABETES PLAYLIST COMPLETE:
Fundamentals of diabetes:
TYPES OF DIABETES:
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