Diabetes is a disease in which the body isn’t able to properly use the insulin which causes high sugar (glucose) levels. Insulin is a hormone needed to change the sugar in your body to energy for you throughout the day (Type). This would explain why one of the many signs of diabetes is tiredness, because if your body is unable to produce insulin then you wont have the energy to do much of anything. Diabetes is a disease that many people can acquire in their life or it can be received through genes. There are three types of diabetes: type 1, type 2 and type 3. Type 2 is the most common diabetes. Diabetes is a hereditary disease but also one that you can receive at any point of you life if you have some of the risks which will be mentioned later. Diabetes is caused by the The questions we may have today are, “How do I know I have Diabetes?” The answer to that is actually quite simple, diabetes can be identified by the following signs and symptoms. Some signs of diabetes are: weight loss, tiredness, slow healing wounds and vomiting. Some symptoms are: blurred vision, stomach pain, fatigue, sweating, anxiety, hunger and your hands or feet may become numb.
Type One Diabetes is very common in young children and young adults, it is when the body produces no insulin. (Type). Type One was also originally known as Juvenile Disease (Diabetes basics). Type two diabetes is when you have hyperglycemia which is essentially meaning to have more than a normal or standard amount of blood sugar (glucose) in your body (Diabetes Type 2). Some symptoms of Hyperglycemia are: dizziness, fatigue, having to urinate often, dry skin, hunger, blurred vision, and a blood sugar continuously above 180. Type three diabetes is when you have hypoglycemia which means you don’t have enough blood sugar and you need to have more in your blood in order for you to be able to function properly. Some symptoms for Hypoglycemia are: shaking, dizziness, anxiety, headaches,...
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