Saturday, October 23, 2010


Hi friends. How are you all? I hope everything is going fine. Here I am also doing well. I am very much glad to meet you all here once again. Now I am going to talk about the serious issue about diabetes. Symptoms

Some characteristic symptoms of diabetes, but they do not all have the same manner and with the same intensity. These symptoms are:

o Increase the volume and frequency of urine;
o Intense thirst;
o Hunger accentuated;
o Loss of weight;
o Fatigue, drowsiness;
o Blurred vision;
o Tingling in fingers and feet;
o Slow healing;
No infection of the genitals;
o Change of character.

Sometimes symptoms are not apparent and, in many cases they are so minor that they go unnoticed for several years. Upon the occurrence of one or more symptoms, it is suggested to consult a doctor. A blood test will determine with certainty the state of your health. Physiology of disease

Insulin, secreted by the pancreas when we eat, allows glucose ingested into the cells of our body, which gives us the energy to operate. A diabetic, some disorders are that glucose can not enter inside the cells, causing a rise in blood sugar.


In the long term, hyperglycemia caused by excessive glucose in the blood leads to certain complications, including the eyes, kidneys, nerves, heart and blood vessels.

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