The term diabetes is widely associated with abnormally high blood sugar levels, and despite the prevalence and association between these two ailments, blood sugar continues to be the most widely neglected component of human health.
You see, when blood sugar levels continue to soar unchecked for a considerable duration of time, it leads to the onset of the symptoms of diabetes. Diabetes impairs the natural ability of the body to generate or utilize insulin. Insulin is an essential hormone that aids the body in converting glucose, obtained from sugar, into energy that can be used by the body.
Let’s take a look at the symptoms that can occur to your body when the risk factors of diabetes begin to attack your organs:
Patients who succeed in detecting diabetes at its earlier stage find it much easier to effectively manage the symptoms of this chronic ailment. However, if it is left untreated and unchecked for a long period of time, it can trigger the onset of multiple life-threatening health complications, including nerve damage, eye damage, kidney damage, heart stroke and heart disease.
Under normal circumstances, the body has a natural ability to break down the sugars and nutrients extracted from whatever we eat or drink, and these are converted into energy that is transferred to the cells and muscles. In order to achieve this, the pancreas are responsible for generating an essential hormone, known as insulin. Insulin is responsible for aiding the body in effectively carrying out the process of extracting sugar from the blood, and placing it within the cells to be used as energy, or converting it directly into energy.
If you suffer from diabetes, the pancreas either generate insufficient amounts of insulin, or they are rendered completely incapable of producing any insulin at all. This insulin cannot be used efficiently by the body, which allows the blood sugar levels to increase alarmingly, while the cells across the body become energy-deprived, which leads to weakness. This can trigger a wide host of health issues as it impacts almost every single organ and system within the body.