Borderline diabetes, also known as pre-diabetes is the beginning of a very serious and life changing condition. This condition is called diabetes, and it is taking over the nation and the world.
Diabetes is a severe condition in where the organ that is most commonly referred to as the pancreas is not working correctly or as efficiently as it should be. The pancreas is responsible for the production of many things including bile (stomach acid), insulin, and other very important hormones and chemicals. However, diabetes is a condition where the pancreas organ is not producing enough or any at all, of the chemical/hormone called insulin. This chemical/hormone is responsible for many different reactions that happen in the body.
However, the insulin’s main responsibility is in your body’s cell energy consumption. It must bind with the sugar molecules in the blood stream, also known as glucose molecules in the blood stream, before the cells are able to take it in and use it, so if there isn’t enough hormone levels of insulin the sugar is not used and begins to build up. At a certain sugar/blood glucose level around 140 mg/dl the body begins to suffer some permanent damage to some main organ systems and other things.
The major heart, eye, and kidney cells will all suffer some severe and permanent damage from the high sugar, plus the increased risk of certain diseases. The nerves, especially in the feet and hands and throughout the rest of the body, will also begin to suffer permanent damage. The damage that is most often associated is not reversible, and will not be noticed till later in the diabetic’s life span. This will make the diabetics life very painful, dreary, and slow later on in life. So reducing and controlling their high blood glucose levels everyday is essential for a long and healthy life. So what are borderline diabetes Symptoms?
Borderline diabetes symptoms include many different things, Thirst, fatigue, excessive weight loss, frequent urination, etc. These are just a few borderline diabetes symptoms.