If you have two or more of these pre-diabetes signs, you must seriously think over getting yourself checked out:
1) If you notice you are excessively thirsty, not just because of excessive exercise or hot weather.
2) You feel to continuously have a dry mouth â€“ even if you have drunk something.
3) You notice that you need to urinate frequently.
4) You have sudden weight loss or gain (even though you possibly are constantly hungry and consuming well. Of course, you may be eating the inappropriate things which would very likely make your pre-diabetes symptom worse).
5) You feel lazy. You always sense as if youâ€™ve got no energy; you are dull and exhausted all the time.
6) Occasionally your vision is blurred â€“ be prudent, untreated eye troubles provoked through diabetes can lead to blindness. You must have periodic eye checks, specifically as you get older because your eyes can be the early-warning indication for lots of diseases â€“ not only diabetes.
7) You have wounds or sores or swellings (especially on your feet) that are slow to cure.
If you experience immoderate itchiness or soreness in the genital region or yeast infections (which can be misdiagnosed as thrush) it may be a signal of excessive sugar in your urine.
There are varied kinds of diabetes; pre-diabetes, type 1, type 2, gestational and maturity onset. And, subjected upon your age, the way of living and family history you may be more liable to developing diabetes.
For instance you may be more likely to developing diabetes if any of these points applies to you:
When your family background is African American, American Indian, Asian American, Pacific Islander, or Hispanic American/Latino.
You have a parent or sibling who has diabetes.
You are over 45 and are obese you could be at risk of diabetes type 2.
Your high blood pressure is not under control.
Your cholesterol level is more than normal.