Early Symptoms of diabetes
Diabetes is a condition of Hyperglycemia (Increase level of Glucose in Blood). Most of the times Diabetes is asymptomatic, however it is very important to diagnose diabetes as early as possible to prevent early and late complications of Diabetes.
Symptoms of early diabetes are very subtle and are easily disregard because they may seem harmless. But damage can start years before symptoms become noticeable.
There is condition known as Prediabetes, when there is impaired glucose tolerance, i.e. there are no symptoms of diabetes but blood glucose levels are higher than normal. Even pre-diabetes can increase the risk for heart disease so it’s better to take action sooner. So it is very important to know about the symptoms of Diabetes.
Common Symptoms of Diabetes
Fatigue, Tiredness and weakness
Slow healing of wounds
Tingling sensation or numbness in the hands or feet.
Nausea and vomiting
Sudden weight loss or gain
Skin infections like abscess, pimples
Swelling of feet or legs (Fluid retention)
Decreased tolerance to cold
Increased heart rate
Dry scaly skin
Extreme hunger pangs
Hot and sweaty with clammy perspiration
Heart tremors and palpitations
Apprehensive with no obvious reason
Disoriented, confused, inability to concentrate
Frequent headaches, dizziness