6 Warning signs of diabetes
Wednesday 14 November 2018
Symptoms of Type 2 diabetes are generally not easy to detect as they often do not cause fatigue, but there are other signs of the disease.
According to the UK's "Express" newspaper, there are six symptoms on the face that indicate the incidence of type 2 diabetes.
1 – the yellow spots appear reddish brown or brown in the beginning of blisters, and the surrounding skin resembles bright porcelain. It can also be seen in the blood vessels, so it feels itching and pain.
2 – thick skin thick on the back, and difficulty in moving your fingers.
3. In rare cases, warts can appear in people with diabetes mellitus.
4 – skin infections that cause itching, pain and some skin swelling, small blisters, or dry and peeling affected areas, or sometimes white secretions.
5. High blood sugar levels can cause poor blood circulation and nerve damage, making it difficult to heal, especially the foot.
6 – Polyps may grow in different parts of the body, indicating high levels of insulin in the blood or the incidence of type 2 diabetes.