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All too often we get sick but ignore the symptoms we could be feeling, shrugging them off to a
cold, hassle from work, or
simply not feeling well.
There are specific symptoms that shouldn't be ignored if
they develop. Most of these symptoms could lead to blindness,
amputation of limbs, coma and also death.
Symptoms of type 1 diabetes often come on abruptly and are
severely dramatic. The extra stress of diabetes can result in
something called diabetic ketoacidosis.
Symptoms of ketoacidosis can include vomiting and nausea,
that might as well result in dehydration and serious problems
considering the blood levels of potassium. This might lead to a
diabetic coma and eventually death.
Other symptoms of diabetes may include extreme fatigue. We
all get exhausted from time to time, but diabetes triggers a more severe
tiredness than normal.
Those with diabetes also experience unexplained weight
loss. The reason being they are not able to process most of
the calories they consume. Losing sugar and water in the
urine too contributes to the weight loss.
Severe thirst is another symptom of diabetes. Diabetes
develops high blood sugar levels and the entire body tries to
compensate by diluting the blood, that translates to our
brain that we are feeling thirst.
With this is usually too much urination. Its definitely another way
our bodies have of getting rid of the extra sugar in our
system. Though this can also result in dehydration.
One of the toughest symptoms to deal with is poor wound
healing. Injuries heal very slowly, if at all at the time carrier has
diabetes. Infections that are not simply
dealt with can contribute to stomach problems plus loss of limbs.
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