Diabetes Mellitus: Signs and Symptoms
The signs and symptoms of diabetes mellitus can easily be overlooked. Often, related information is not made available to patients until they have become full-blown diabetics. Additionally, most victims of diabetes are not aware of the warning signs and symptoms of diabetes mellitus prior to being diagnosed. But knowledge of the signs and symptoms could save millions of lives and prevent people from becoming full-blown diabetics.
If you are pre-diabetic, or have the form known as type 2 diabetes, information on how to avoid becoming a full-blown diabetic can be found in The Journey.
Signs and Symptoms of Diabetes Mellitus to Watch For
- Craving for sweets—generally sweet drinks, followed by frequent urination
- One may experience rapid weight loss, up to 20 pounds in single month
- One may become fatigued easily. This is caused by the sugar in the body not being absorbed by the cells for conversion into energy for use by the muscles.
- One may feel tingling around the finger tips and the tips of the toes. These are just some of the signs and symptoms of diabetes mellitus, which can easily be reversed within as little as two weeks once the right steps are taken.
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