Diabetes is a chronic disease which requires consistent and constant care. The number of persons who have diabetes is increasing worldwide, which will lead to an ever-increasing number of diabetic individuals in the coming years and decades.
Diabetes means the sugary blood or more than needed glucose in the human blood. That is very common in the older population. Some people only come to learn about their diabetes when it reaches its final stage. At its final stage then its effect on other parts of the body becomes evident. As more parts of the body are affected the overall results impact a person’s overall quality of life. We can control it on during its initial stage. The question is that how to know about it? It is helpful and very simple if you know the diabetes symptoms.
There are many diabetes symptoms. Some prominent and most common symptoms are: the first and most important symptom is the frequent passing of urine. And you do not have control over it. Most diabetes’s affected people face this problem. Another symptom is that the diabetics do not have control of their thirst. They need to drink more water than is typically needed by others. The reason for drinking more water is that they urinate more frequently thus require more water intake.
The other main symptom is that you feel fatigue and stress. Sometimes, you feel tired and are not able to perform daily activities well and want to sleep. Sometimes, you also feel that you are weak and don’t have power for moving from one place to other. The other one is that you will feel that your hands and feet are moist. That can happen when the quantity of glucose becomes high in your blood. High glucose levels for extended periods of time will damage the human body in many ways.
Some other diabetes symptoms that are common and faced by nondiabetic people as well. Those symptoms are: feeling that your skin is dry and the desire to moisturize it. Nondiabetic people can also have the problem of dryness on their dermis. The main problem is that if the diabetic does not care about their skin then they run the risk of damaging the skin. Diabetics must use moisturizing cream for applying to their feet and hands to avoid this skin damage.
*The author of this blog is not a medical professional and this article does not contain professional medical advice. This blog is not intended to substitute for medical advice, treatment, or diagnosis. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of the contents of this article. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call 911 immediately.