Diabetes symptoms may develop very quickly (sometimes over a period of weeks or maybe even days) in those who have previously been in poor health.
Do you think that you or a friend or relative may have diabetes? Well the first stop would be to check if they have any of the common diabetes symptoms. Ask yourself the following questions:
Common Diabetes Symptoms
- Frequent Urination – Are you noticing that you have to visit the toilet much more often than you’re used to?
- Increased Thirst – Have you got an unquenchable thirst?
- Increased Hunger – Do you find that you’re snacking much more often in between meals, and perhaps eating larger portions?
If the answer is yes to the above questions then it is very likely that you may well have diabetes. These common diabetes symptoms are caused as a result of higher levels of glucose being present in your blood. Without your body being able to produce insulin (or unable to make use of the insulin it can produce effectively) then your body attempts to flush it from your body in your urine.