7 Early Signs And Symptoms Of Diabetes

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Approximately one in four adults in the United States has diabetes. About 7.2 million Americans do not know they had the disease condition.

Apart from the well-known signs and symptoms of diabetes such as constant thirst and frequent urination the two kinds of diabetes (type 1 and type 2) have a portion of similar obvious warning signs.

Only about eleven percent of adults who are pre-diabetic knew they had it. Four percent of adults between eighteen to twenty-four years are diagnosed with diabetes.

Diabetes and its complications, deaths, and societal costs have a huge and rapidly growing impact on the economy as well as individuals.

Hence there is a need to know these early signs and symptoms of diabetes before it results in diabetic complications or death.

What is Diabetes?

Diabetes is a disease that can affect anyone irrespective of age, race, and gender. Diabetes is a disease condition in which your body either can’t produce insulin or can’t properly use the insulin it produces.

Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas. This hormone is required in your body to regulate the amount of glucose in the blood.

Early Signs and Symptoms of Diabetes

1. Inflamed Gum

Gum disease also called Periodontitis may indicate an early sign of type 2 Diabetes. In a new research study, it was found that people with gum disease, especially in those with severe cases, a high rate of diabetes, and pre-diabetes were seen as those without Peridontitis. This study also shows that the frequency of oral manifestations in diabetic patients was significantly higher, hence showing a relationship between gingival and periodontal diseases with diabetes mellitus.

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