Diabetes is called silent killer. Because, when the blood sugar starts increasing, the patient does not know at all. When diabetes becomes a disease, then its symptoms start appearing. Because of which it becomes difficult to control it in the beginning.
According to many health reports, India is the second largest country in the world in terms of diabetic patients. If this disease is not controlled, then the number of diabetic patients will increase rapidly here. That’s why there should be complete awareness about diabetes.
These symptoms are seen from high blood sugar
according to the cdcWhen diabetes develops, symptoms like frequent urination, excessive thirst, weight loss without any reason, excessive hunger, numbness of hands and feet, excessive fatigue, dry skin, skin infection start appearing.
When do the last symptoms of diabetes appear?
If diabetes is not controlled, it spoils the nerves. Because of which other organs like eyes, legs, heart, kidney, nerves also start getting damaged and this is the last stage of this disease. At the same time you see its last symptoms.
symptoms of eye damage due to diabetes
according to the NHSEye damage caused by high sugar is called diabetic retinopathy. In this, the light of the eyes gradually starts to decrease or become blurred. At the same time, different shapes start appearing in front of your eyes.
symptoms of heart damage
- abnormal heartbeat
- swollen feet and ankles
- chest pain
Symptoms of kidney damage due to diabetes
- no blood pressure control
- amount of protein in urine
- Swelling of feet, ankles, hands and eyes
- frequent urination
- loss of appetite
- nausea or vomiting
- persistent itching
Symptoms of nerve damage from high blood sugar
According to NIDDK, This problem is called diabetic neuropathy, whose symptoms depend on which part of your nerves is damaged. When the vein of the feet is damaged, there are signs like burning sensation, pain, numbness in the feet.
Disclaimer: This article is for general information only. It cannot be a substitute for any medicine or treatment in any way. Always consult your doctor for more details.