General Symptoms and Complications of Diabetes Type 1
Common symptoms of diabetes in early diseases, also known as classical symptoms in the medical community, are frequent urination (polyuria), often thirsty (polydipsia) and often hungry (polyphagia). These symptoms will develop and worsen with the uncontrolled blood sugar levels (hyperglycemia) that damage tissues and organs, and complicate.
Without insulin, the sugar in the blood can not enter and be used by the cells of the body. Eventually the body will process fat and muscle into energy causing weight loss. This can lead to an acute condition called diabetic ketoacidosis, a condition in which the blood becomes too acidic and the occurrence of harmful dehydration.
High blood glucose levels can also cause damage to blood vessels, nerves, and organs. Therefore, diabetes can lead to a number of complications if not controlled properly. Increased blood sugar levels are not significant and does not trigger any symptoms can cause damage if it occurs in the long term.