SHAFAKNA TURKEY. Knowing the symptoms of diseases helps to diagnose them at an early stage and helps the treatment to give more effective results. It is extremely important to pay attention to the symptoms of diabetes, which are increasing day by day. Undiagnosed diabetes plays a big role in the risk of heart attack and stroke. Experts warn of a symptom of diabetes that can be ignored.
Diabetes affects the lives of millions of people around the world. Untreated diabetes can cause serious health problems such as blindness and loss of limbs. Although the symptoms of the disease can vary from person to person, it is important to be aware of the underlying symptoms. Dr. Paul McArdle shared an important symptom you “may not have noticed.”
DO YOUR BLOOD TEST FREQUENTLY
“When blood glucose (a type of sugar) is too high, it can cause a lot of symptoms, but people with type 2 diabetes often don’t notice any symptoms until they’re diagnosed. This is because the condition develops slowly and we do blood tests quite often in people at high risk, so it is diagnosed early.”
ATTENTION TO SYMPTOMS OCCURING NIGHT
“However, there are some important symptoms to watch out for, such as feeling tired, dehydrated, and urinating profusely, especially at night. You may not have noticed that you are starting to drink a glass of water before bed or get up more often at night to go to the toilet.”
OTHER SYMPTOMS CAN ALSO DIAGNOSE THE DISEASE
Other “less obvious symptoms” that may occur include genital itching, thrush, blurred vision, or ulcers that take longer to heal. The need to drink more water is associated with the increased need to urinate that occurs with diabetes. When you have diabetes, your kidneys work hard to remove excess glucose from your blood. But at some point, your kidneys fail: glucose builds up in your urine, resulting in a lot of fluid, the Mayo Clinic explains.
RISK FACTORS CAUSED BY DIABETES
Diabetes is not necessarily associated with eating too much sugar. It can be hereditary and is closely related to other lifestyle factors. Obesity, your overall diet, and how active you are also contribute to diabetes. “While sugar is not necessarily the cause of diabetes, if you’re diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, removing obvious sources of sugar from your diet is an important first step,” Dr. McArdle said.
CHOOSE SUGAR-FREE ALTERNATIVES
The first “really easy” step he suggests is to switch from high-sugar foods and drinks to sugar-free alternatives. “Sugar-free sweeteners can be used in hot drinks such as tea and coffee and can also be very helpful in reducing sugar intake in these drinks.
MORE RESEARCH IS NECESSARY FOR SWEET
In one study, thousands of people were asked to write down everything they ate and drank over three days. Researchers have found that people who regularly consume artificial sweeteners have a nine percent higher risk of developing cardiovascular disease, including heart disease and stroke. . “Observations like these can only show the link, and more research is needed to understand the relationship between artificial sweeteners and the risk of heart and circulatory disease,” said Tracey Parker, senior nutritionist at the British Heart Foundation (BHF).
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