Warning Signs of Type 2 Diabetes

We often discuss the complications of Type 2 diabetes and ways to manage your condition, particularly through changes in your diet. Increasing awareness of diabetes is important as more people, particularly in the West, are diagnosed with the condition. According to the Centers for Disease Control, about one in 11 people in the United States is considered diabetic with over 90% of those diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes versus Type 1 diabetes.

With the incidence of Type 2 diabetes so high, what do you look out for to know if you may have this condition. There are a number of symptoms frequently associated with this condition, as well as some that are less well-known.

Frequent Symptoms Associated with Type 2 Diabetes

The most common symptoms of Type 2 diabetes are:

Changes in every day eating and drinking habits, including increased thirst, increased hunger even after eating, and dry mouth

Frequent urination

Weight loss that is unexplained

Feeling more weak or tired than usual

Experiencing blurred vision


Uncommon Symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes

The following symptoms are seen less frequently but are indications that you should visit a doctor to see if they are signs of Type 2 diabetes or another underlying health issue:

Skin problems, including sores or cuts that heal slowly or itchiness, particularly in the groin or vaginal region

Experiencing frequent yeast infections

Fluctuations in weight

Tingling or numbness in the extremities

Decreased vision


Reduce Your Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

The American Diabetes Association states that eating a healthy diet is one of the most important things you can do to reduce your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. A healthy diet means increasing your consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and lean meat and fish. Additionally, it’s also critical to reduce the amount of sugar in your diet.

To increase your enjoyment of sour and acidic healthy foods like apples, berries, citrus fruits, vinegars, and yogurt without the use of sugar, try MiraBurst Miracle Fruit Berry Tablets. MiraBurst tablets include a high level of the miracle berry’s essential glycoprotein Miraculin. Miraculin is one of the world’s only naturally-occurring taste modifiers and can transform the taste of sour foods to sweet without sugar. Simply let a miracle fruit berry tablet dissolve on your tongue and any sour and acidic foods you eat up to 90 minutes afterwards will taste sweet, thereby increasing your enjoyment of these foods.