Signs And Symptoms of Diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes mellitus is a condition in which the body does not adequately respond to insulin, which causes elevated levels of glucose in blood and urine. Patients with diabetes are not able to metabolize carbohydrates properly. There are two types of diabetes. Type one is an autoimmune condition occurring when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin. Type two diabetes is when the body responds abnormally to glucose. While type two can often be prevented or reversed by lifestyle habits, type one requires lifelong insulin injections. Reveal the symptoms of diabetes mellitus now.

Increased Urination

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Increased urination, otherwise known as polyuria, occurs when the body produces abnormally large amounts of urine. It should not be confused with increased urine frequency, as the number of times an individual pees each day might be the same, but the volume of urine increases. Diabetes causes an excess amount of sugar in the blood, which forces the kidneys to work overtime to filter and absorb it. When the kidneys fail to synthesize the sugar in time, it is excreted through the urine along with fluids from the tissues.

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