Signs of diabetes

Clinical examination
Weight loss
How to live with diabetes?
How to gain/lose weight
Restrictions, contraindications
How to deal?
The existence of
Injections (injections)
How to start
Weakness, emergencies, breathing
Problems and correction


diabetes mellitus is a serious endocrine disease that occurs as a result of the decreased level of insulin in the blood. This disease is defined by the presence of several distinct symptoms, allowing you to start timely treatment of disease.

There are major and minor clinical symptoms, allowing to understand that the person is a carrier of this disease.


Main symptoms of diabetes

First of all, the main manifestations of the disease is frequent urination a patient, which in medicine is called polyuria. This process occurs as a result of enhanced osmotic pressure in the urine, which is caused by the presence of dissolved glucose.

in addition, to recognize the development in the body diabetes allows polydipsia, which is an unquenchable constant thirst. It is caused by the loss of large amounts of fluid, and the osmotic pressure of blood.

diabetes mellitus is associated with this symptom, as Poligrafia - constant hunger, which is associated with disturbed metabolism and the body's inability to absorb and process glucose without sufficient insulin.

For patients with diabetes of the 1st type is characterized by an explicit and strong weight loss. This is one of the typical symptoms of this disease, not even looking at the presence of an increased appetite in diabetes. This process is caused by increased catabolism of fats and proteins, due to the exclusion from the diet of patients of glucose.

All of these symptoms are pronounced manifestations of the disease, which differ in the severity of the leak. This is especially true of patients with diabetes mellitus of the 1st type.


Secondary symptoms of diabetes

To minor signs include:


in addition, patients are quite frequent infectious inflammatory processes of the skin, which are virtually impossible to cure. Sometimes diabetes can worsen vision. First, it is manifested by blurred vision and then partial loss.

To the manifestation of diabetes also include the presence of acetone the 1st type in the urine of the patient. With the development of diabetes of the 2nd type are observed leg cramps and pain in the lower extremities.

Secondary symptoms do not always appear quite pronounced, which sometimes makes it difficult to determine the diagnosis. Observation of the patient's body gives the opportunity to observe all the main and secondary symptoms, allowing you to start timely treatment and avoid possible complications.