Diabetes is one of the worst health problems you can have. In fact, it can affect the rest of your life, increasing your risk of kidney problems, digestive problems, and heart disease.
There are two types of diabetes – type 1 and the other which is type 2. Type 1 is primarily genetic but type 2 diabetes is the result of poor lifestyle choices. Here are some lifestyle-related factors that increase the risk of diabetes:
1. Eat junk food
2. Lack of exercise
3. Lack of regular check-ups
4.I do not do partial control
5. Not to control your weight
Yes, these are extremely common practices that most of us are guilty of.
Here are 8 Warning Signs THAT YOUR BODY IS SENDING YOUR WAY TO HELP YOU GET READY TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR BLOOD LEVELS BEFORE IT IS OVER:
If you feel constantly thirsty, in addition to drinking healthy water, you may need to get tested for diabetes. If you have diabetes, your kidneys need to work harder to control the excess glucose. This glucose is excreted in the urine and, along with it, some of the most important minerals in the body make you feel dehydrated.
2. REGULAR URINATION
This is actually the cause of dehydration. The concept is the same as above. Your body needs to release more glucose from the body. Therefore, you urinate more often if you have diabetes.
When you have diabetes, the body cannot metabolize the glucose needed to release energy. When too much glucose is not digested, you will not feel strong enough and this can lead to starvation.
4. DRY BOTTLE
High blood sugar makes your skin tissues more prone to erection. Therefore, you may feel itchy and may be prone to skin infections.
5. SPEAKING FEELING IN HEAVEN
Diabetes damages the nerves that send signals from the brain to the arms. As a result, you feel numb and anxious.
6. BETTER TREATMENT
Diabetes slows down the cell regeneration process and thus slows down the healing process.
This is due to damage to the blood vessels caused by diabetes.
8. WEIGHT LOSS
Some people also lose weight because insufficient insulin does not allow glucose to release energy. As a result, the body begins to burn fat to burn itself. This leads to weight loss.
ARE YOU AT RISK?
There are some people who are prone to diabetes. Here are some of the risks you need to consider to assess your risk:
If you are over 45 and lead a sedentary lifestyle.
If you are overweight.
If you do not exercise at all.
If it works in your family.
If you have a blood pressure problem.
If you have a cholesterol problem.
The good news is that you can prevent diabetes by leading a healthy lifestyle that includes eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly.
During World Health Day, we urge you to make a change in your lifestyle and to recognize the early signs of diabetes.