Diabetes is often called the “silent killer” because most people don’t even know that they have this disease until it has progressed significantly. Type-2 diabetes is the most common form of the disease, and it affects millions of people. Knowing the signs and symptoms of this condition enables people to take charge of their health and live healthier, fulfilling lives.
As with many diseases, early detection is very important. Such is the case with Type-2 diabetes. One of the major issues with this disease is that the early symptoms are often ignored or trivialized. Although these symptoms may seem minor, they are actually the early warning signs that the body is not converting carbohydrates into energy properly. Thus, there is more sugar in the blood.
Some of the early signs of Type-2 diabetes include:
- Excessive Thirst
- Dry Mouth
- Excessive Urination (as often as every hour)
- Unexplained weight loss/gain
- Increase in appetite
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