3. You Feel Shaky and Hungry
One of the early warning signs of diabetes is feeling shaky or unsteady on your feet. When this happens you usually grab a sugar-loaded snack or a carb but this exacerbates the problem. When you have high blood sugar your body is struggling to regulate the glucose. A snack that’s high in carbohydrates or sugar causes your body to shoot out a little too much insulin, resulting in a sugar high and dip. This is what leaves you feeling shaky, and craving carbs and sugar again. This is a vicious cycle so it’s best to find the right foods to manage the highs and lows and keep them under control.
Even those “right” foods might not be the solution to the problem. The vicious cycle can only see an end if you choose to speak to a doctor. Insulin spikes can be the result of your overeating and further elevating your blood sugar. You should avoid eating too much to compensate. If you’re eating like normal, but you’re still hungry, think of visiting a medical practitioner. Carefully following how your body behaves is the key. No matter how good a doctor is, he is not knowledgeable about your body like you are. Diabetes is possible if you’re hungry all of a sudden, without any previous lifestyle changes. The sooner you visit an expert, you will be able to get a diagnosis and begin combating the condition.