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Early symptoms of high blood sugar: what to look out for

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Doctors have named early symptoms of high blood sugar and possible diabetes.

This information was reported by Glamor , reports URA-Inform.  

At the early stage of diabetes, you may notice symptoms indicating high blood sugar levels.

Type 2 diabetes mellitus is known for its ability to progress silently for a long time, while the high blood sugar levels inherent in the disease have an extremely negative effect on the functioning of the kidneys , liver, brain, other organs.

Experts state that at an early stage of diabetes, some changes may occur, which must be paid attention to and discussed with your doctor about the need for their examination.

< strong>Frequent urination

When blood sugar levels rise, the kidneys cannot filter it properly and sugar accumulates in the urine. In an attempt to get rid of it, the body activates the urination function. Using the toilet more frequently than usual — one of the body's early warning signals about possible diabetes.

Sudden weight loss

In diabetes, the mechanism for effectively using glucose to produce energy is disrupted. To get it, the body can begin to burn accumulated fat.

Vision deterioration

High sugar levels harm the condition of blood vessels, and the smallest and thinnest ones suffer first . Impaired blood circulation in the organs of vision — Another possible early symptom of diabetes: You may complain of blurry, unclear vision in your eyes.


Feeling more tired than before or, may also be due to high blood sugar. People with diabetes often feel exhausted without even exerting themselves too much.

Discoloration of the skin

Skin pigmentation can be caused by insulin resistance. Sudden appearance of dark areas of skin around the neck, joints and legs — a possible indication of high blood sugar levels caused by a loss of cell sensitivity to the hormone insulin.

Recall that we previously reported how to maintain healthy joints: expert recommendations.

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