Diabetes is a condition in which the body causes blood sugar (glucose) levels to rise much higher than normal. Hence, it is often referred to as hyperglycemia. There are two types of diabetes: type I (where the pancreas doesn’t produce insulin) and type II (where the pancreas doesn’t produce insulin or the cells don’t use it properly).
The symptoms of diabetes occur as the lack of insulin causes glucose to stay in the blood, instead of being used as source of energy. Consequently, the body tries to lower blood glucose levels by flushing it out from the urine.
The most common symptoms of type II diabetes include urinating more frequently than usual, fatigue, feeling very thirsty, and loss of muscle bulk….Readmore