Early Warning   Signs Diabetes

Frequent Urination

One of the most common diabetes symptoms is increased urination. When the body doesn't have enough insulin to process glucose, blood sugar levels rise.

One of the first signs of diabetes is increased thirst, which may be due to thirst caused by high blood sugar. Increased thirst can lead to weight loss, skin dryness and tiredness.

Increased Thirst


There are many symptoms of diabetes. The first symptom may be weight loss, a sign that your body is not able to produce enough insulin.

Slow-healing wounds are a sign of diabetes. If you have diabetes, you may experience cuts or scrapes that take a long time to heal.

 Slow-healing      Wounds

Increased Thirst

Diabetes is a chronic condition that leads to high blood sugar levels. When we eat, our body breaks down carbohydrates into glucose, which is used as fuel for the cells in our bodies.

   Swelling in         Legs

One of the symptoms of diabetes is increased swelling in the feet, as well as in the lower legs. This can be a sign that there is too much sugar in your blood and it’s building up in your tissues.