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Beware of Pre Diabetes Symptoms! Before It Turns into Monster in Your Life

Author: Sutiyo Na

The symptoms of pre-diabetes are early signs for those who will suffer from type 2 diabetes. This condition is commonly called borderline diabetes or impaired glucose tolerance. In this condition sufferer experiences increased blood glucose levels but is not significant to be classified as permanent diabetic. It is quite difficult to detect people having prediabetes since the symptoms are generally not apparent.


Today pre-diabetes has happened to many people around the world. Besides as the preliminary symptoms of irreversible diabetic, it potentially impairs the blood vessels and the heart. But this condition is not the end of everything; there are several ways you can do before this condition turns into monster in your life. You can take preventive measure to avoid from the condition becoming worse. The preventive measures are such as by watching what you eat along with reducing body weight up to 10%. Based on research, 10% decrease of body weight can reduce the risk of developing worse up to 50%. Another prevention method is to do exercise on regular basis, at least 30 minutes, every day of the week.


Unfortunately most pre-diabetics do not even realize that they have experienced prediabetes state until it gets close to seriously developing permanent diabetes. It makes sense since the symptoms are not obvious. Most sufferers do not show the symptoms, but some of them show some symptoms similar to type 2 diabetes such as felling weak, excessive thirst, constant hunger, blurred vision, frequent urination. To obtain accurate information, it's much recommended to go to the doctor for undergoing two types of tests; they are termed as the oral glucose test and fasting plasma glucose test.


Understanding of pre diabetes symptoms is an important part of efforts to prevent from developing into silent killer. So you could take earlier preventive measures and successfully treat the disease and you would keep enjoying a healthy life like other healthy people.






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Pre Diabetes Symptoms are messages from your body so that you should be alert, Visit http://www.prediabetessymptoms.info get information and tips on how you should prevent from developing permanent diabetes

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9 Responses to Diabetes Symptoms

  1. rahul z says:

    Diabetes Symptoms?

    Now a days i feel very thirsty and frequent urination.
    but iam not feeling hungry as before.

    As i hear that symptoms of diabetes contain frequent urination, drying mouth and very heigh hunger.
    but in my case i have drying mouth and frequent urination but no hungery.

    is that a symptom of diabeties. please help me out.

    Thanks in advance

    • SPYDERBLADE says:

      I was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes about 6 years ago, and with that experience, i would strongly suggest seeing a health care profressional immediately. I had some of the symptoms beforehand, abd did not know that they were the symptoms of diabetes at the time. What got me to to realize what I had were the symptoms of a heart attack. If it turns out to be a false alarm, at least you will be assured of that. If it turns out to be true, then you can take the first steps towards dealing with it. This includes getting support from a doctor, getting support through all resources available, and support from your family. A good resource is the American Diabetes Association which has a website online, and many glucometer manufacturers offer free meters to diabetics. If you wish, feel free to contact me at Spyderblade@yahoo.com, and I will be happy to provide any support and help you need as a fellow diabetic.

  2. Love Canada says:

    Diabetes symptoms?
    I have 3 nap during the day
    Is this one of the symptoms for diabetes??
    I’ve always been at risk
    Overweight, 57 yrs old
    Don’t seem as compulsive with food as I used to be
    If I eat something high in sugar what effect will it have ?
    Thank you all!
    I don’t need a doctor I have you guys!!
    I’ll go on Monday, I have been at risk all my life, but I notice a subtle change lately.

    • **Anti-PeTA** says:

      What are the main Symptoms of Diabetes?
      The most consistent symptom of diabetes mellitus (Type I and II) is elevated blood sugar levels. In Type I (insulin dependent / early onset) diabetes, this is caused by the body not producing enough insulin to properly regulate blood sugar. In Type II (non insulin dependent/adult onset) diabetes, it is caused by the body developing resistance to insulin, so it cannot properly use what it produces.

      However, high blood sugar is not something you can see in the mirror at home, so it is useful to know the side-effects of high blood sugar, which are commonly recognized as the noticeable symptoms of diabetes.

      If you find yourself experiencing many of these diabetes symptoms on a consistent, long term basis, you should visit a doctor to be tested for diabetes. Ignoring (or not recognizing) the symptoms of diabetes can lead to long-term serious health risks and complications from untreated diabetes. Some of the common ‘early warning’ signs of diabetes are:

      The first symptom of diabetes is often excessive thirst (unrelated to exercise, hot weather, or short-term illness)
      Excessive hunger (you know you’ve eaten “enough” but are still hungry all the time)
      Frequent urination (often noticed because you must wake up repeatedly during the night)
      Tiredness and fatigue (possibly severe enough to make you fall asleep unexpectedly after meals), one of the most common symptoms of diabetes.
      Rapid and/or sudden weight loss (any dramatic change in weight is a sign to visit a doctor)
      While many of the signs and symptoms of diabetes can also be related to other causes, testing for diabetes is very easy, and the constant/regular presence of one or more of these symptoms over an extended period of time should be cause for a visit to the doctor.

      If diabetes is suspected, tested for, and diagnosed when those symptoms first start appearing, other more serious symptoms of advanced diabetes can often be prevented or have their onset significantly delayed through diet, exercise and proper blood sugar management.

      However, often the ‘minor’ symptoms of diabetes go unrecognized, and physical and neurological problems may arise, resulting in some
      of the following symptoms:

      Blurred vision (diabetes can lead to macular degeneration and eventual blindness)
      Numbness and/or tingling in the hands and feet (peripheral neuropathy, a symptom of diabetes, causes nerve damage in the extremities)
      Slow healing of minor scratches and wounds (diabetes often leads to impaired immune system function)
      Recurrent or hard-to-treat yeast infections in women (another sign of impaired immune function)
      Dry or itchy skin (peripheral neuropathy also affects circulation and proper sweat gland function)
      If you are experiencing any of these symptoms on a regular basis, or you recognize these symptoms in a child or relative, they may be signs of untreated diabetes. A doctor’s appointment should be made as soon as possible, so the individual experiencing the symptoms can — if diabetes is diagnosed — take the steps needed to prevent more serious health problems

  3. Allure says:

    diabetes symptoms?
    what r the signs and symptoms of gestational diabetes? I have read everywhere and everything sounds just like symptoms of pregnancy *frequent urination and thirsty* anything that gives a big clue u may have diabetes during pregnancy?

    • JoeGene77 says:

      Yes there is, Have your blood sugar level tested, your doctor, or clinic can do it in 20 seconds, just a prick on your finger or forearm, you must find out, because diabetes does severe damage to your body, and uncontrolled evuntally death.

  4. bug says:

    What are the biggest symptoms of diabetes?
    It runs in my family, and I’ve already inherited anemia from my grandma, and hypothyroidism, so I’m pretty much waiting on the diabetes. Symptoms I should watch out for?

    • peanut909 says:

      increased urination, increased liquid intake and thirst, irreducible fatigue, rapid or gradual (but still realy noticable) despite the fact that diabetes will make you have a bigger appetite

      if you don’t wear glasses – blurred vision is a sign. but if you wear glasses – increasingly blurry vision or worse vision is a big sign (gradually worsening vision is a sign of type 2)

      all of this is for type 1 diabetes

  5. bublgum201 says:

    I have all the symptoms of diabetes except my blood sugar is always too low?
    I’m always thirsty no matter how much I drink, I urinate a lot, I’m always exhausted, and have a lot of other diabetes symptoms as well. Why would I have all the symptoms, but the opposite cause? And what might I have?

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