Diabetes can lead to heart disease, stroke, kidney problems and eye problems.
New Delhi (EMS). Diabetes i.e. diabetes is such a disease, which occurs when the glucose in the human blood exceeds the prescribed limit. Insulin, a hormone made by the pancreas, helps break down glucose from food into cells to be used for energy. Sometimes the body doesn’t make enough insulin or can’t use insulin well, then glucose stays in the blood and doesn’t reach the cells, and blood glucose builds up. Diabetes can cause heart disease, stroke, kidney problems, eye problems etc. According to medical experts, people who have more urine or who go to urinate frequently, they may be at risk of type 1 and 2 diabetes, people who go to urinate frequently or people who have to urinate frequently in a day. More than three liters of urine comes, those people may be at risk of diabetes.
Passing more and more frequent urine can lead to dehydration, which if left untreated can affect kidney function. In diabetes, blood sugar levels are higher than normal, so the kidneys can’t reabsorb all the sugar, and excess glucose from the blood passes into the urine, drawing more water there. This means that the body starts producing large amounts of urine.
Experts believe that if the glucose level is too high, the body tries to separate it from the blood through the kidneys and more water is filtered. People are advised to see a doctor if they have excessive urine output for several days without any reason. According to Diabetes UK, other symptoms of diabetes include increased thirst, feeling tired and weight loss.