Juvenile diabetes is increasing. It is important that you have been diagnosed at an early stage so that treatment can begin as soon as possible.
Children are not able to discern a problem on your system, you may feel a bit ‘out of sorts and still claim to be right. , Then it is important that you watch them closely and look for telltale signs that can point to something unusual.
A doctor visit is not a priority list of a child, things that you enjoy doing AOS. Or you should run your doctor whenever you suspect something is not right. However, you should talk to your doctor if you have any lingering concerns about your child, AOS health. Here, the PM how to recognize symptoms of type 1 or juvenile diabetes, so you can decide if and when a call is necessary.
Enuresis or frequent urination
If you notice that your baby is always hungry and thirsty, this could indicate a lack of insulin, which transports glucose to your child, if necessary, the cells of the administrative officials of the body, the body tries to compensate for the lack of insulin absorb water from around the world who can. So, this makes the child very very hungry and thirsty usually too. Because of increased fluid intake has to go somewhere, so that the child needs to run to the bathroom to empty his bladder. The occurrence of enuresis can be started simply because the bladder is full at all times.
Unexplained weight loss
Clear that children burn so much energy and can be very thin, however, at any time the child is losing weight for no apparent reason. This may indicate that juvenile diabetes is affecting your health and start to sound the alarm should especially when the child is eating and drinking more than usual, and still lose weight. The body may, AOT eat and drink enough when you have problems with insulin production. Like any piece of machinery where there is a problem in the supply of fuel can expect AOT to work properly.
More confused than usual
One can say that very often children are very confused thoughts rather confusing this can easily be attributed to their stage of life. However, this can actually be a symptom of juvenile diabetes more difficult to discern. If your child shows signs of confusion, disorientation, or uncoordinated movements due to fatigue, an increase of hunger and thirst, be careful. These are the symptoms of the body through a lot of work trying to keep the baby goes.
Other warning signs
Obviously not all children are the same as the symptoms of juvenile diabetes may vary with each child. Here are some of the symptoms of diabetes:
1. constant fatigue without reason,
2. fruity breath when paradise, AOT been eating or drinking something fruity.
3. Looking at how they have the flu.
4. Some even complain that their hands or feet itching for a long time.
As you can see, there is much to look at, now that you know what the symptoms of juvenile diabetes are easy to watch your child has informed the development of the AM and you will be able to examine the types of behavior in the light of this information.