What Everybody Should Know About Pre Diabetes Symptoms

Pre Diabetes is the condition of the body wherein the level of blood glucose is higher than the normal rate but not too high to be considered as diabetes itself. Pre diabetes symptoms are not often  given proper attention for people don’t really see it as something to worry about. When you start to feel the early symptoms of diabetes and are already diagnosed as a pre diabetes patient, there is a very high risk for you to be one of the type-2 diabetic patients. Along with this, pre diabetes can also lead to a heart problem (Read more about Diabetes Symptoms).

pre diabetes symptoms

Impaired Glucose Tolerance

  • This specific kind of pre diabetes occurs when the blood sugar creates a significant increase just after eating anything sweet.
  • Doctors examine this by the glucose tolerance test wherein blood is drawn after being made to drink a solution with a certain amount of sugar in it.

 

Impaired Fasting Glucose

  • Unlike impaired glucose tolerance, this pre diabetes kind is when the blood sugar increases significantly whenever one has not taken anything in a certain period of time i.e., waking up after a full night’s sleep.
  • The fasting blood glucose test is what the doctor administers to check this kind of pre diabetes condition. It is when the blood sugar is tested after 8 hours of not having to take in anything.
  • This is usually done after waking up early in the morning and before having breakfast.

 

Risk Factors

Pre diabetes is considered a “silent” condition because one cannot consider immediately the changes in their body as a sign of the disease. In fact, it is possible to be in a pre diabetes condition for years without knowing it. Some risk factors are being considered to indicate if one has the pre diabetes symptoms:

  • Overweight
  • 45 years and older
  • Family history of diabetes
  • High blood pressure
  • History of gestational diabetes (for women)
  • Low levels of the good cholesterol

 

Silent Pre Diabetes Symptoms:

  • Blurry vision
  • Fatigue
  • Darkening of the nape
  • Extreme thirst
  • Weight gain or loss
  • Wounds that takes longer to heal

 

These are the symptoms that usually do not alarm people and so their condition, nonetheless, is neglected and sometimes worsen the situation. When the combination of risk factors and the silent symptoms are checked, physicians may require a blood sugar test.

 

Prevention

  • Have a healthy lifestyle.

Have a weight goal and keep it. Go for your normal BMI (Body Mass Index)

  • Exercise regularly.

A 30-minute routine daily with cardio and aerobic can do the trick.

  • Eating a balanced diet.
  • Eating everything in moderation is a great help.

These three acts just might save your life. A healthy body and mind can overcome and help avoid any disease. Simple as they may be, one should always consider preventing rather than curing or going for treatment.

 

Treatment

If the disease cannot be prevented, a treatment may be given or administered but doctors usually recommends exercise as it’s the prime treatment to lose weight and improve insulin resistance. Another form of treatment is with the drug “metformin.” Doctors resort to this once a patient is already considered to be high risk to have diabetes.

 

When the pre diabetes symptoms worsen, may it be:

  • Excessive hunger, thirst and urination
  • Losing weight without any reason
  • Getting infections and wound complications
  • Weakness

 

It just means that it’s high time to call for help because these may not be considered as Pre Diabetic symptoms. Rather, it may already be diabetic symptoms. Regardless how small or insignificant changes are being signaled to you by your body, better be ready and vigilant.

Check-ups and tours to the doctor aren’t bad after all. Watch out for the silent epidemic signs — the Pre Diabetes Symptoms.

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