Unfortunately, diabetes is a very common condition that many people deal with. You and I both probably have a handful of people you know, family, friends, etc., that are diagnosed with this disease. For those of you who may not know due to diabetes body is unable to storage glucose. In high blood sugar glucose backs up in the body of patient’s bloodstream. Generally there are two types of diabetes one is type 1 diabetes and another one is type-2 diabetes. In type 1 diabetes symptoms patient body unable to produce insulin. Patients those are suffering from type 1 diabetes they should take daily insulin injections in order to survive. This type 1 diabetes symptoms normally develops in young adults and children. As far as Type 2 diabetes symptoms is concerned patient body unable to resistance insulin and does not capable to use insulin properly. This type 2 diabetes symptoms normally occurs due to overweight, at the age of above 40, Sometimes it also occurs hereditary
Cardiovascular disease is known as blood vessel disease it is the reason of heart stroke and heart attack. People those are suffering from diabetes have more risk for cardiovascular disease. Sometimes diabetes patients are suffering from high blood cholesterol and high blood pressure it immediately affects to cardiovascular disease
-Retinopathy is with retinopathy, the blood vessels in the retina become damaged which eventually affects your vision. Retinopathy has various stages. In its early stages, there are usually no symptoms, so having a full diabetes eye check is essential to detect it early. Regular eye checks help detect any changes and allow for early treatment where needed to prevent further damage
-Macular oedema is the macula is part of the retina and helps you to see things clearly. Swelling of this area can happen when the blood vessels in the retina are damaged, causing fluid to build up. This can lead to the macula being damaged and vision may become blurry. Treatment is available. Early detection is important
-Cataracts is the lens of the eye becomes cloudy and can cause vision to become cloudy, distorted or sensitive to glare. People with diabetes can develop cataracts at an earlier age than usual
-Glaucoma is the pressure of the fluid within the eye builds up to a higher level than is healthy. This pressure can damage the eye over time. Glaucoma occurs in people with and without diabetes, but is more common in people with diabetes.
People with diabetes are at risk of kidney disease (nephropathy) due to changes in the small blood vessels of the kidneys. Kidney disease is painless and does not cause symptoms until it is advanced.
People with poorly managed diabetes are at increased risk of tooth decay and gum infections. This is because the small blood vessels that help nourish your teeth and gums can become damaged. (Dental and gum infections can also lead to high blood glucose levels.)