Diabetes Signs & Symptoms

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Signs of diabetes include increased thirst, increased urination, increased hunger, tiredness, visual blurring and sores that don't heal efficiently. Discover how an increase of infections can be a sign of diabetes with help from a nurse and respiratory care practitioner in this free video on diabetes symptoms.

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Diabetes signs and symptoms. Increased thirst, increased urination, increased hunger, decreased from the weight and increased tiredness. May even have visual blurring. Sores that don't heal well and then increasing infections. Now when you see all of these coupled together, it should alarm a person who has all of these symptoms because sometimes what you'll have is maybe a few of these symptoms and we tend to ignore it. But with the increased thirst and the increased urination, even though you think well the more water I drink the more I'm going to urinate, however it's a continuous cycle of being always thirsty for no apparent reason. You're not running, you're not stressing, you're not in a hot room or you're not outside in the sun but you're just thirsty all the time and you just can't figure it out and you're just running back and forth to the bathroom and you're just always hungry but yet you're losing eight and you're always tired and your vision is becoming blurred. Now there are important signs to look for especially if you have sores or if you have frequent infections and these sores are not healing. It should alarm a person to see their medical physician.


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