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Around 17 million Americans are diabetic, which is approximately six per cent of the population. The people who are most at risk of type 2 diabetes are those of African-American, Hispanic, Native American and Asian American heritage.
At least a third of people with diabetes do not even know that they have the condition. What are the diabetes signs that you should be aware of?
You are frequently thirsty Being thirsty a lot is one of the diabetes signs that you should be looking out for. It is usually one of the first indications of type 2 diabetes. The thirst is usually a continuous one. There are two main types of diabetes. With diabetes insipidus, excessive thirst occurs when there is a reduction in the hormone that controls the excretion of water within your body.
This causes your kidneys to excrete too much water, which causes you to become dehydrated. This is why you feel the need to drink more to compensate. Thirst also occurs when too much sugar is forced into the blood. This causes you to urinate more frequently. With diabetes mellitus, excess glucose in the blood causes too much water to be drawn out of your tissues, which makes you dehydrated.
To combat this, you drink more fluid, which again leads to frequent urination. In both cases, if your excessive thirst is a sign of diabetes, you will often need to wake up during the night because you are thirsty. You need the toilet a lot Frequent urination is another diabetes sign.
Most people only need to urinate a few times every day, but diabetics are likely to need to urinate far more frequently. This happens because excess sugar in your blood causes your body to become dehydrated.
Your body encourages you to drink more fluid to counteract this, which is why you need to use the toilet a lot. It can indicate type 2 diabetes. Your mouth is dry A dry mouth can also be something to consider when looking for diabetes signs.
Your sugar levels are increased as a result of diabetes, and this can affect your oral hygiene. Common complaints are gum disease, cavities, dry mouth, and even loss of teeth, although the latter is fairly rare.
Ironically, these can make your diabetes more difficult to control, as oral infections make your sugar levels increase further, and more insulin is needed to stop this. Diabetes also decreases your ability to taste sweet things, which often means that you feel the need to add sweeteners to your food as compensation.
This makes your sugar levels increase, as well as having a negative effect on your oral health. It is not all bad news though.The Official Guide to Being a Badass.
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