How to Deal With Your Type 2 Diabetes Symptom
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you about How to Deal With Your Type 2 Diabetes Symptom.
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But back to our topic. Some people think that just because they do
not show any particular type 2 diabetes symptom that they are safe from diabetes. This may
not always be true though and understanding the true nature of a type 2 diabetes symptom
may help save your life. The Figures. When you have Type 2 Diabetes condition, it
means that the cells in your body are not reacting properly to the work of insulin which
is supposed to open up the cells to glucose. Without glucose in your cells you will have
no clear source of energy. More people suffer from Type 2 diabetes than
type 1 diabetes. It is estimated that at least 90% of diabetics belong to the type 2 category.
The sad fact though is that more than 6% of diabetics are not aware that they have the
condition. The lack of awareness may be due to a dismissal of seemingly harmless type
2 diabetes symptoms or a total lack of warning signs. Different Symptoms. Type 1 diabetes is less common than type 2
but it may be more difficult to handle because it involves the inability of the pancreas
to perform its job of producing insulin. Despite the difference in cause however, both types
of diabetes share the same symptoms. A diabetic might begin to feel frequently tired, thirsty
and may have occasionally blurry vision and wounds that do not heal quickly. The difference in the set of symptoms in types
1 and 2 is the onset. A type 1 diabetes symptom can develop rapidly and worsen in the span
of a few weeks. Even with the rapid symptom development however, cell damage may already
have been occurring for some time before type 1 diabetes is finally discovered. A type 2
diabetes symptom on the other hand is not as obvious and as bad as a type 1 symptom. Effects of No Symptoms. Effects of not detecting or not having a type
2 diabetes symptom may be drastic. The key to effectively managing this chronic disease
is early detection. Once you fail to detect a type 2 diabetes symptom however, you can
suffer from complications that are even more difficult to reverse. Some diabetics only
realize that they have type 2 diabetes because of complications like retinopathy, heart ailments,
kidney problems and nerve deaths. A complication is therefore their only type 2 diabetes symptom. Uncommon Risk Factors. Even those individuals who do not experience
a single type 2 diabetes symptom should be cautious especially if you are overweight
and have a family history of type 2 diabetes. You should however also consider yourself
at high risk of developing diabetes if you are over 45 years old, had a baby over 9 pounds
and had a history of gestational diabetes or pre diabetes. For undetermined reasons,
individuals who are Asian, African, Hispanic and American are at greater risk of developing
diabetes. What Has to be Done. Needless to say, you need the professional
advice of doctors to help you manage your condition or your type 2 diabetes symptom.
There are however basic things you should remember on your own. You should monitor your
glucose levels, take your medication as prescribed, follow your diet and exercise plans and watch
and manage your weight. That’s it! Thank you.
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