Diabetes is a disease state characterized by an increased level of glucose (blood sugar) in the body, which is due to a weakened response of the cells to insulin or insufficient production in the body.
Diabetes has many types, but three types are most common: – Type One – The body’s inability to produce insulin – Type Two – the inability of cells to respond to insulin, often combined with lower levels of hormone production – Gestational diabetes – which occurs in during pregnancy.
Regarding type two diabetes, lifestyle and hereditary burden are of great importance and can influence the development of the disease. Most often, this disease occurs in people who are overweight and over 30 years old, but exceptions are rare.
And just as your habits can affect your health, it’s important to watch out for some of the following syndromes that can be a warning sign that you’re at risk of developing type two diabetes.
If you or a member of your family is overweight, it’s a good idea to get tested for diabetes. It’s not necessarily a few pounds above that means you have a problem, but prevention is better than ignoring the problem.
When the glucose threshold in the kidneys is exceeded, blood sugar begins to be excreted in the urine, which significantly increases the amount of water and causes more frequent urination. Never underestimate the signals your body gives. Take care of your health and remember that preventive examinations are recommended before completely neglecting health and exposing the body to the threat of developing various diseases.