What are the signs of juvenile diabetes? Diabetes is a very serious disease for all ages but most effects children.
Diabetes is a very serious disease that is currently taking over the nation and the world. Today’s sugar filled foods and the ability for diabetics to live longer lives and reproduce is only fuel to the already massive fire.
Diabetes is a disease where the person’s body is failing to get the required amounts of chemical called insulin. This absolutely necessary chemical called insulin is produced by the pancreas. For some unknown reasons the pancreas will stop or slow in production of this vital chemical.
This chemical is used by the body to transform the blood sugar (glucose) in the blood into fuel that the cells are able to use. Without proper amounts of this necessary sugar converting chemical the glucose levels in the blood begin to rise to high levels. Once they reach a certain high level the body begins to suffer cell damage.
The cell damage most commonly associated with high blood sugar levels is nerve damage, heart damage, kidney damage, and eye damage. But this can all be avoided if the diabetic can lower their high blood sugar level and keep it at that lower level. So what are some signs of juvenile diabetes?
Signs of Juvenile diabetes are no different than any other diabetes when it comes to symptoms. The common symptoms that appear when the Childs blood sugar levels increase are:
- excessive thirst,
- excessive urination,
- excessive weight loss,
- hunger, and
All these are signs of damage occurring and should be checked out to be sure that it is not diabetes. If worried because of these symptoms call your doctor and see if he can help by checking for diabetes. So now you know what some signs of juvenile diabetes.