The problem with the early stage of diabetes symptoms is the very mild condition happening to your body – or you probably develop no symptoms at all! This kind of thing makes people unaware that they are actually sick – that there is something wrong with the system. When people are unaware of their own condition, little chance that they will have themselves checked and examined. That’s why diabetes is often undetected, until it is too late.
Only a few people, who are very conscious about their health and condition, will notice such a change in their system. These kinds of people usually have a regular checkup schedule and they know the details of their own condition. But then again, such people are pretty rare. Most of us are pretty ignorant about our own health until the problem develops and gets worse.
Diabetes Type 1 and Type 2
In most cases, people with diabetes type 2 don’t really realize that they are suffering from the issue because they don’t have any complaint at all. But do you know that there is a situation, called as the prediabetes which leads to diabetes type 2. This condition has no symptom at all and when it does, the symptoms would develop very slowly.
When it comes to diabetes symptoms, it is more visible and apparent for diabetes type 1 (see alse: Has Anyone Ever Cured or Reversed Type 1 Diabetes?), because of the hereditary factor. But when the condition gets worse, it can happen so sudden and often accompanied by stomach pain, vomiting, and nausea. That’s why it is always advisable that you get yourself checked if you suffer from a suspicious condition – no matter how small or unimportant it may seem. In most cases, people suffering from diabetes find out about the situation only a little too late, which makes the management and solution difficult to cope. As you are well aware, diabetes is a condition that can’t be cured, but it can be managed. You can live normally as long as you know how to manage your lifestyle and consumption properly.
The Most Common Symptoms
You should check yourself right away if you find two or three of these symptoms:
More Frequent Urination
Be alerted when you urinate more than usual these days. If you have to make frequent trip to the toilet – way more than the usual – it is likely that you start showing the symptoms. Too much sugar (glucose) in the blood will cause more often urination, which is actually an alarming alert. You see, when you don’t have enough insulin (or your current insulin level is unable to handle the load of work), your kidneys won’t be able to do its job in filtering the glucose. As the result, many of them will return to your blood. At the meantime, the kidneys will take the water (from the blood) to dilute the sugar. In the end, the water will fill your bladder up.