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Written by SOT.COM.AL 28 Shkurt 2023
The World Health Organization continues to publish from time to time the terrible figures of the spread of diabetes, a disease which has become one of the challenges of medicine.
People affected by this serious disease have high blood sugar levels because their body cannot transport the latter to fat mass, muscle cells or the liver where it can be used as a source of energy. Diabetes damages blood vessels, kidneys, as well as causes neuropathic pain, heart attack, but not only. In the following article, we will introduce you to the 3 unknown symptoms of diabetes.
1. Skin irritation: One of the lesser known symptoms of diabetes is skin irritation on the hands, arms and legs. Elevated blood glucose levels make the skin drier, rougher, and cause annoying bruising and itching.
2. Continuous dandruff: The human body tries to remove toxins and high sugar levels through urine. But this important process can cause dehydration in different areas of the body, such as the scalp. As a result of the inflammation of this area on your head, dandruff, lice will appear, and the conditions for the reproduction of the fungal bacterium Pityrosporum will be created.
3. Hearing loss: People affected by type 2 diabetes are 25 times more likely to lose hearing than healthy people. Numerous studies have proven that increased blood sugar affects partial hearing loss, hitting the eardrum and then the eardrum.