Diabetes is often called a silent disease because it’s symptoms are often easy-to-miss.
According to recent CDC statistics, nearly 1 in 4 four adults living with diabetes – 7.2 million Americans – didn’t know they had the condition. And, only 11.6 percent of adults with prediabetes knew they had it.
What are some of the symptoms to look for when your blood sugars are high? Let’s take a closer look at some common warning signs.
Of course, the best way to know where you stand is to request a blood sugar test during your annual health exam. But if you have any of these symptoms, see your doctor.