Symtoms of diabetes irrespective of whether it is Type 1 diabetes or Type 2 diabetes are all related to an excess of sugar levels in the blood and if treatment for diabetes is not provided in time it can lead to further complications.
The following typical symtoms of diabetes will be experienced by a person who has diabetes.
-Excessive thirst which is unusual and not related to exercising or other environmental factors.
-Unusually excessive hunger
-Tiredness and fatigue even though you may not have had a hectic day
-Sudden weight loss
If the above mentioned symtoms of diabetes are neglected or overlooked it can lead to complications of diabetes, an advanced stage of diabetes and cause physical and neurological problems as follows:
-Numbness and or tingling of the feet and hands
-Wounds that do not heal for long periods
-Heart disease (cardiovascular disease)
-Macular degeneration that causes blurry vision – can lead to blindness
-Persistent yeast infection particularly in women that are hard to cure
-Rough and dry skin that is caused by peripheral neuropathy that harms the circulatory system
Diabetes is not only a burden but if ignored and left untreated complications of diabetes can be life threatening as well.
The general perception about treatment for diabetes however is that it is incurable and that it can be treated only by way of taking expensive drugs and painful insulin injections regularly. But being a patient myself I realized that this is absolutely false, in fact a change in lifestyle is all it takes to bring your diabetes under control and in most cases out of diabetes. Dependency on insulin injections and expensive drugs is bad for you as in the long term you it will not only make you dependent on them but also dig a big hole in your pocket, still worse your life style will compulsorily have to change for the worse to suit your “diabetic” condition.
But if you do as I did and follow Joe’s advice it will not only improve your lifestyle for the good but in a short period make you diabetes free as I am now. For further information on Joe Barton’s life changing diabetes program click here.