Symptoms of Diabetes
Symptoms of diabetes are not difficult to detect. However, if you don't know what they are - you could be in the fast lane for ~
Diabetes shows up as one of the top 3 diagnosis in home health care! Top 3!!! This means that the complications of diabetes are so debilitating that you are not able to get out of the house! This means that any medical care will have to attempt to come to you. All because of diabetes. You can act now - be proactive and take control of your life.
Trust me, no one wants to live the life of diabetic, yet about 24 million people in the USA have diabetes; about 18 million have been diagnosed and about 6 million go undiagnosed
Take control now...do you suffer from the symptoms below?Are you undiagnosed?
Millions of diabetics are yet undiagnosed from sea to shining sea. Why? Symptoms can be very mild for years. Many people do not seek medical care for anything so diabetes can brew for many years before it is diagnosed and treated.
You may have symptoms of diabetes that you are unaware of. Look over the list below. Think twice about each one before moving to the next one. Keep a weekly or monthly diary if you think you might have these symptoms.
Early diagnosis can save you years of painful snowballing complications.Symptoms of Diabetes
Start what today? Good question. Pick up the phone. Establish a physician or go to your family physician if you think you may have one or more of the symptoms. Time is on your side if you act now.
There are other measures that you can take as well. The measures will help you to avoid diabetes even if you have a family history of it! Remember, family history also carries similar eating habits and exercise (or lack of) habits. Often, it's not the heredity gene of the actual disease but the lifestyle that has been passed from generation to generation.
Begin today to follow a fitness plan. Keep track of your food intake and what you are eating. There are many options out there, the best options involve changing your eating habits and becoming more active.
You have one life - treat it well and it will treat you well. Don't let the symptoms of diabetes cut it short!