1.Frequent urination; When your blood sugar is high,your kidney expels the excess blood sugar,causing you to urinate more frequently.One of the early warning signs of diabetes is frequent urination that is urgent enough to wake you up to go to the bathroom during sleep.

2.Increased thirst;
While your kidneys are working overtime and you’re urinating more frequently, valuable fluids will be pulled from your tissues.Frequent urination will make you feel constantly thirsty.

When your blood sugar is high,your body works hard to get rid of the excess sugar.Not only does this process take a toll on your body,but it also alters the way that your body uses glucose for energy.Excessively high blood sugar or hyperglycemia has fatiguing effects among other symptoms.Additionally,the dehydration that accompanies more frequent urination is a common cause of fatigue in diabetics.

4.Blurred vision;
High blood sugar can cause damage to the small blood vessels of the eye,resulting in a swollen lens that can cause blurred vision.As blood sugar levels rise and lower,your vision may return to normal or worsen respectively.

5.Increased hunger; When you have high blood sugar,your body is actively looking to get rid of it.Because your body expels so much of the glucose you are getting from your food,you may have increased feelings of hunger.

6.Unexplained weight loss;
With the discharge of excess glucose,you are losing your largest energy source,and when your body is unable to use glucose for energy,it starts burning fat and muscle causing weight loss.Unexplained weight loss is considered to be significant at 10lbs or 5% of overall body weight.

7.Slow healing cuts and wounds;
Similar to damaged eye tissue causing blurred vision,damaged blood vessels cause weakened blood circulation.Because of this,its harder for blood to reach the affected area,and minor cuts or wounds can take weeks or months to heal.This slow healing makes unhealed cuts and wounds prone to infection,increasing the risk of amputation.

8.Tingling or numbness in the hands or feet;
High blood sugar can have a significant impact on nerves.This damage can start with feeling of tingling or numbness and can escalate to pain or neuropathy overtime.

9.Skin discoloration;
Insulin resistance can cause your skin to develop dark patches(acanthosis nigricans)that are typically found in the folds of the neck,underarm area,or groin.This darkened skin can appear raised and velvety in texture.

10.Yeast infections;
The excess sugar in your blood and urine creates an ideal environment for yeast.Yeast can feed off the extra sugar in genital areas,as well as the mouth or armpits.Maintaining blood sugar can help reduce the likelihood of getting yeast infection

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