Symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes in Adults

1. Why do you get type 2 diabetes?

Type 2 diabetes is a condition in which your body does not respond correctly to insulin – insulin resistance. Insulin is a hormone which causes cells in the liver, muscle and fat tissue to take up glucose from the blood, storing it as glycogen in the live and muscle. When your body begins to resistant insulin, the blood glucose will be elevated, which can cause a lot of symptoms. When you are diagnoses with type 2 diabetes, you may experience some symptoms.

2. What symptoms will you experience after diagnosed with type 2 diabetes?

In the early stage of type 2 diabetes, it is asymptomatic. They may not feel any discomforts. A person with type 2 diabetes may have symptoms including:

Abnormal hunger: A person with type 2 diabetes may feel extremely hungry although he eats too much. It is because that insulin can not be made full use and the body can not get enough energy. As a result, people need to eat more to provide enough energy.

Increased urination. People with type 2 diabetes may experience frequent urination.

Increase thirst. People with type 2 diabetes will drink more water due to the frequent urination. If you find you have one or more symptoms of these mentioned above, you need to be alter to diabetes.

Fatigue. Type 2 diabetes patients feel fatigue. The causes of fatigue are complicated. High blood glucose leads to an insufficient of energy. When the body is not provided with enough energy, people easily feel fatigue.

Some people with type 2 diabetes may suffer pain or numbness in the feet or hands. Persons may experience different symptoms.

The above is some information about type 2 diabetes symptoms. In summary, type 2 diabetes is a common disease in the world which affects millions of people. Monitoring the blood glucose is the key to manage diabetes. And a proper treatment for type 2 diabetes plays important role on managing diabetes. Stem cells have been used to treat type 2 diabetes and have good effects on people. Learning more about stem cell treatment for diabetes.

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