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Tissue cells are actually in a "starved state", which stimulates the feeding center, causing hunger and eating more. In addition, the body can not fully utilize glucose, and a large amount of glucose is excreted from the urine, so the body is actually in a semi-starved state, and energy deficiency also causes appetite. Break into. Eating more is one of the 12 major signs of common early diabetes. The mechanism of eating more is not very clear.

Weight loss - weight loss, diabetes patients continue to decline in weight during treatment or significant weight loss is one of the symptoms of early diabetes, suggesting that metabolic control may be poor or combined with other chronic wasting diseases. Weight loss Diabetes patients, even though their appetite and food intake are normal, even increase, but their weight loss is mainly due to absolute or relative deficiency of insulin or insulin resistance.

The above is more than three and one less, and then look at other symptoms of the 12 major signs of less typical early diabetes.
Physique decline, easy to catch cold: Because diabetes often has decreased resistance, the most obvious feeling is that the original body is good
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Campaign created 8 months ago
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