by Reta retamasten Masten (29.09.2020)

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This is a sign of Type 1 Diabetes. Since the pancreas StrictionD stops making insulin and the cells are not getting the glucose they need for energy production, the body looks to other sources such as muscle to break down for energy. Since Type 2 diabetes deals with a gradual resistance to insulin, the weight loss is gradual and generally not as noticeable.If you are experiencing blurred vision, skin that is excessively dry and/or itchy, or bruises, cuts, and infections are taking longer to heal, it may be time to see your doctor. While other afflictions can cause these symptoms, it is important to rule out diabetes as a cause before going on to something more serious, or thinking it is something more minor. It is important to note that we are not professionals and therefore cannot provide real medical advice. The information in this article is provided strictly for informational purposes only and should not be construed as anything differently.Most of us think diabetes as a chronic disease that effects cardiovascular health, causes nerve damage, blindness and kidney problems. New researches show that it affects bones too. Studies have shown that type 1 diabetics have lower bone density than people without diabetes.According to scientists, a diabetic is at a higher risk of developing bone and joint disorders like osteoporosis and osteoarthritis. In osteeoporosis, bones became weak due to which one can easily develop fracture. Ortheoarthritis causes joint cartilage to disintegrate which further leads to arthritis of joints.

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