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Signs of diabetes

Diabetes manifests itself primarily through symptoms associated with an increase in blood sugar levels, therefore, the symptoms of both types of the disease are the same, according to RBC.
Signs of diabetes

Diabetes manifests itself in the same way regardless of age and gender. The main manifestations of both type 1 and type 2 diabetes are as follows:

dry mouth;

decrease in immunity;

thirst: a person can drink up to 5 liters of water per day, especially noticeable at night and in the morning;

excessive urination especially at night;

weight loss without reducing the amount of food consumed;

chronic fatigue, rapid fatigability;

heavy headedness;

inability to focus vision;

dry skin and rashes on it;

boils on the body;

dumbness, tingling in the limbs;

angiopathy: peripheral vascular lesions;

genital itch.

It should be borne in mind that any of these symptoms can relate to other diseases, therefore, the main diagnostic criterion for diabetes that doctors use is an increased blood sugar level established by several tests.

Source: https://style.rbc.ru/health/609d6ebb9a7947a2e0ea8023

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