6 Diabetes warning signs
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Symptoms of type 2 diabetes are generally not easy to detect because they do not usually cause fatigue, but there are other symptoms of the disease.
The following are six warning signs that appear on the skin, indicating the incidence of type 2 diabetes, according to the British "Express" newspaper:
1 – Reddish-brownish brown points appear at the beginning in the form of bubbles and the surrounding skin resembles a bright porcelain. You can also see the blood vessels through it, feel itchy and pain because of it.
2 – Thick thicknesses in the back of the hands and difficulty in the movement of the fingers.
3. Warts can appear on the skin of people with diabetes in a few cases.
4 – skin infections that cause itching, pain and some skin swelling and small or dry peel blisters in the affected area, or sometimes white secretions.
5. Blood sugar can cause poor blood circulation and a nervous damage, hampering healing of wounds, especially on the feet.
6 – Growth of the polyps may be in different parts of the body, an indication of the high insulin rate in the blood or the incidence of type 2 diabetes.