Many of the signs of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes are similar. In both, there's an excessive amount of glucose within the blood and not enough within the cells of your body. High glucose levels in Type 1 are attributable to an absence of insulin as a result of the insulin manufacturing cells are destroyed. Type 2 diabetes happens when the body's cells become immune to insulin that's being made. Either way, your cells do not get the glucose that they have, and your body enables you to recognize by providing you with these signs and symptoms.
  • Frequent trips to the bathroom
  • Unquenchable thirst
  • Lose weight without trying
  • Weekness and fatigue
  • Tingling or Numbness in hands, legs or feet
  • Blurred vision, 
  • Skin that is dry or itchy, frequent infections or cuts and bruises that take a long time to heal