Symptoms of type 2 diabetes include fatigue, sudden weight loss, and a feeling of thirst. However, doctors have concluded that one of the most common symptoms is alertness.
Type 2 diabetes is a chronic condition in which the pancreas cannot produce enough insulin. Although this process may seem harmless, over time all the functions of the body are disrupted. High blood sugar can seriously damage the heart, eyes, and kidneys.
The key step in this case is early and timely detection of the problem. According to doctors, the earliest symptom of this disease is the blurred vision, which is becoming more serious day by day.
Diabetes can cause blurred vision and tearing of the eyes. This condition is also known as diabetic retinopathy and occurs as a result of problems with the blood vessels around the retina.
In most patients, this problem develops gradually. Early detection and a medical examination can save the patient from serious problems such as complete loss of vision.
Experts point out that blurred vision does not always indicate diabetes. It can also be caused by a number of other conditions such as dry eyes, poor eyesight or an eye infection. In any case, doctors recommend regular monitoring and monitoring of all the signals that the body sends us.