Diabetes sometimes signaled by blurry vision, hunger, and thirst
Diabetes is a huge problem in America; it is one of the leading causes of disability and death. In the United States alone, cases of the most common form of diabetes, Type 2, are climbing rapidly each year. Every year more and more adults and children are being diagnosed with the disease. In addition, many people who have diabetes aren’t even aware of their health issue and either do not have, or do not recognize, symptoms.
The following article can help you understand diabetes. It outlines the two types – Type 1 and Type 2 – and highlights the risk factors for Type 2, such as obesity, high blood pressure, being over 45, and family history of the disease. This article also outlines the symptoms one should look for, such as blurred vision, weight loss, fatigue and increased hunger and thirst. The article also discusses clinical trials and studies that show the benefit of losing weight and getting physical exercise to reduce the risk of Type 2 diabetes.
Are you at risk for diabetes?
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