Dec. 19, 2011
-- How would you know if you or a loved one duffers from diabetes? First ask yourself if it runs in the family. You may be at higher risk if a family member has diabetes. But this is not always the case. What symptoms should you look for? According to Rebecca Weingart you should note that high blood sugar plays a role in the diagnosis of diabetes. The side-effects of high blood sugar can vary ads Rebecca Weingart. Have you been more thirsty than normal? While having excessive thirst could mean many things it is often the first sign of diabetes. Another common symptom is excessive hunger. If you want that 4th piece of pie and you still aren’t full, then that may be a tell tale sign of diabetes. Rebecca Weingart goes on to describe other signs you may notice that are clues to the onset of diabetes. If you would like to read more log on to Rebecca’s blog article at: http://selfdiagnosehere.com/category/diabetes/
. Are you tried even after a full night’s sleep? If you are getting adequate rest and still wake up feeling tired, then you may want to be tested for diabetes. Rebecca adds that if you are getting up several times in the middle of the night, it may that you have diabetes. Now just because you are getting up in the middle of the night to urinate doesn’t qualify you as a diabetic. You may have drunk too much water before bedtime or t could be other underlying issues playing a role. And lastly Rebecca mentions the weigh loss factor. If you’ve suddenly lost a lot of weight in a short time span without dieting then you may want to consider seeing your physician. Unless you were on a special diet, then your body is trying to tell you something. To read more log on to: http://selfdiagnosehere.com/
You don’t need to wait for these symptoms to appear. According to Rebecca Weingart you can take preventative measures so you won’t have diabetes. If you have already been diagnosed then the best you can do is to take care of yourself, watch your diet, and exercise daily.
There some myths that can do more harm than good if you choose to believe them you can read all about the myths on diabetes at: http://selfdiagnosehere.com/diabetes-myths/
. Choosing to believe that just because your family doesn’t have diabetes you won’t can be a dangerous myth. If you live on that belief, then you won’t pay attention to any of the red flags that were previously mentioned. Not knowing what to look for or being ignorant could cost you your life adds Rebecca Weingart.
Don’t forget after you’ve finished reading all of Rebecca’s helpful blog articles to check out her shopping page. She has 50 different stores for you to choose from. You can get a head start on your holiday shopping at: http://selfdiagnosehere.com/shop-now/
. Where else can you go to read informative articles on health issues and shop at the same time?