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Signs & Symptoms Of Diabetes: Type 2. The 3 P’s!

Type 2 diabetes is a slow developing condition and can often go unnoticed for a very long time. We can have pre-diabetes/insulin resistance for 5-10 years before an ‘official' diagnosis and for this reason diabetes often gets overlooked, meaning many people are walking around not knowing they are prediabetic or diabetic. It's good to get regular fasting blood sugar tests but also ask your doctor to test for insulin resistance, because if you catch it early you can prevent an ‘official' diagnosis from ever occuring. Having the insulin test is VERY important because you can have a normal blood glucose level but have high insulin and this can be an indicator that you need to take some positive healthy action. Signs and Symptoms of Diabetes: Type 2 As suggested above, signs and symptoms can be unobvious so for this reason just be sure to get regular health checks. The 3 P's: Most Common Symptoms There are 3 P's that are the most common symptoms of type 2 diabetes to look out for: Polyuria – having high blood glucose makes your blood thick, sticky, and syrupy, so the body draws more fluid into the bloodstream but at the same time has to eliminate that. The result is frequent urina Continue reading >>

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  1. Meegan Follock

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    The symptoms of diabetes can be reduced to three major factors. In the case of type 1 diabetes, these symptoms can develop quickly.
    Source: In 3 Weeks, 71% Type 2 Diabetics Were Taken off Medication
    The 3Ps of diabetes are caused by the effect of diabetes on the body. If the level of glucose in the blood becomes too high, excess glucose is removed from the blood by the kidneys and excreted via the urine (glycosuria).
    This results in greater urine production and causes the patient to urinate frequently. Water held in the cells is required to replace lost blood volume, and thus causes dehydration and thirst.

    Increased hunger develops if the body has difficulty getting glucose from the blood into cells. This can occur if the body has insufficient insulin or if the body cannot respond to its insulin sufficiently well.

  2. Hernando Cadet

    Type three diabetes, is a disease that attacks the brain, therefore any major problems with the brain, which would make you think you have Alzheimer, is actually type three diabetes. When a person suffers from type three diabetes, their brain is unable to form new memories, which produces the type 3 diabetes symptoms, signs and difficulties that mimic those of Alzheimer’s and dementia. Memory loss and confusion which is typical of both diseases, are some of the symptoms that a person with type three diabetes, would suffer. Doctors have sometimes difficulty diagnosing type three diabetes, unless that doctor uses Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), and is specifically looking for it.

  3. Jenifer Kelvin

    Type 3 diabetes is more or less connected to the Alzheimer’s disease. This disease mainly affects the brain, making it really difficult for the brain to perform to its best level.
    The first common symptom of type 3 diabetes is memory loss. Especially, the loss of recently learnt information.
    Second is the problems with writing or speaking. These people will stop speaking or writing somewhere in between and will have no further idea about the next.

    The third symptoms is that they feel it challenging to solve the problems with numbers. These people feel it really difficult to follow some plan or work with numbers.

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