The Commoner’s Handbook for Diabetes: Type 2 Diabetes Symptoms That You Should Be Looking For
Wanting to know more about type II diabetes symptoms? Diabetes of any kind is not something that you should strive for. Not only diabetes is a disease that is potentially incurable, living life without sugar is a life that is not worth living. What could be worse than not being allowed to eat those tasty cakes and puddings you saw at an expensive buffet? Chocolate drinks and drinks of any kind are not allowed for diabetic people.
And even if you are allowed to eat something sugary, you are allowed to eat only a few of them (unless you want your blood sugar levels to skyrocket). That is not a life that people would love to have. If those people ever see hell, they would probably think that their hell is comprised of chocolate and other sugary things (because hell is where the tortures are).
Life is not fair for people with type 2 diabetes, and if you do not want to found out too late about it, then perhaps you can look at the symptoms for type 2 diabetes below so that you can prevent the nastiness from ever reaching you in the first place:
Constant hunger and thirst, can even reach animalistic level
It is very normal for humans to be hungry and thirsty. It is not very normal for someone to be in a state of constant hunger and thirst. If you found yourself constantly wanting to tear through those meals and drinks, perhaps you should get the blood sugar checked.
Long-healing cuts, sores, and wounds
If you ever get a paper cut and they would not go away for a few days, then perhaps you need to get your blood sugar level be tested by doctors or nurses. Diabetes type 2 can affect a whole lot of things in your body such as the nerve system. A lack of a working nerve system can definitely cause cuts and wounds heal longer.
If your vision gets blurry, you need to be wary
A blurred vision is one of the common symptoms for diabetes type 2. It might not look too bad in the first place, especially because blurred vision can be induced by a cause entirely different from diabetes. If your eyes are constantly blurred, you might want to check it at an eye doctor.
Constantly exhausted, tiredness all the time
It is not normal for someone to feel tired all the time, even after they have eaten a whole lot of food. If you are feeling like this, better call the doctor and talk over the problems with them. This one is probably the most ‘invisible’ type II diabetes symptoms because we often underestimate exhaustion.