8 Signs of Diabetes Only Seniors Can Have

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#1 Increased thirst and urination

One of the earliest signs that you may have diabetes is being extremely thirsty. It is a consequence of the condition’s unbalanced blood sugar levels.

Seniors with diabetes frequently feel the urge to urinate as their kidneys work to flush out extra blood sugar. Seniors with polyuria lose 1.5 to 3 times as much fluid as they should, which can cause dehydration and eventually kidney damage.

Dehydration occurs when your kidneys become unable to handle the additional glucose that is excreted in your urine together with liquids from your tissues. You’ll likely become thirsty after this, and you will urinate even more after you consume bigger quantities of fluids to fulfill your thirst.

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