Monday, January 16, 2012

About Type 2 Diabetes: Signs Signs Everywhere There's Signs

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From Elizabeth Woolley, your Guide to Type 2 Diabetes
Today's newsletter is about signs. Signs that let you know how your diabetes control is and signs that you may be at risk for diabetes-related complications.

Diabetes and Skin Problems
Is your skin trying to tell you something? Did you know that your skin can give you some clues to your diabetes control?

Signs and Symptoms of Early Diabetes
Here is a detailed list to help catch type 2 diabetes early. Signs and symptoms of early diabetes are easy to disregard because they may seem harmless and get brushed off as nothing serious. If you already have diabetes, this list is worth looking at because it is possible you have been treating a stubborn problem without realizing the cause is actually diabetes.

Signs of Depression
Depression can be more common in people with diabetes. Depression can also cause poor diabetes control. This can be a tough condition to admit, and sometimes admitting it might make you feel that others will brush off your real problems as something in your mind. The problems are real, but you might need help dealing with them. Seeking help can greatly improve your quality of life and your diabetes control.

Signs of Neuropathy
Neuropathy refers to disorders of the nerves. Prolonged high blood sugars can put you at higher risk for developing neuropathy. Having diabetes for many years also can increase your risk. Learn what signs to look for.


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