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Sometimes it's those pesky repetitive symptoms, that might be the clue as to whether your blood sugar has gone haywire. If you eat a diet high in carbohydrates, such as bread, pasta, rice, potatoes or pre-packaged food, as the main part of your diet, nearly everyday, at every meal, you are likely driving your blood sugar high on a daily basis. Couple this with sweets, crisps, cakes, biscuits, pastries, chocolate and sugary drinks and you may be massively underestimating the amount of carbs and sugar you are consuming. This excess pressure on your body, especially your pancreas and insulin secretion, may be edging you towards pre-diabetes. Below is a list of some unusual symptoms, that are also linked to type 2 diabetes. Your Snoring Keeps Others Awake Sleep apnoea, a sleeping disorder where the soft tissue collapses in the throat at night, is present in half of people with type 2 diabetes. This blocks the airways and causes snoring, however it's not known why sleep apnoea is linked to diabetes. So if you start snoring, or start feel extremely fatigued during the day (due to insufficient deep sleep), it might want to get checked for diabetes. Infections That Keep Coming Back If you're prone to yeast infections, thrush or urinary tract infections that keep returning or don't respond to medication, it may be an indication that you've got a lot of sugar in the body. Sugar is the perfect food for yeast and a breeding ground for bacteria. If you have undiagnosed type 2 diabetes, you'll have high circulating sugar which the kidneys will have to deal with by passing it out in your urine. Because you are generally more 'sugary' you are more prone to any bacterial infections including the throat and ears. Vision Blurry? This is a fairly common symptom of type 2 diabetes. The extra sugar can cause fluid build up, which can cause the lens in your eye to swell. You may find your vision is blurry, or if you are short or long sighted, you may experience a temporary recovery in sight; depending on how the fluid builds up in the eye. Have You Got Dark Patches of Skin? A skin condition known as acanthosis nigricans can be a sign of diabetes. Areas of skin are darker in color and are thickened. During the early stages of development of type 2 diabetes, the body is pumping out high levels of insulin, to try to control the sugar levels in the blood stream. This high level of insulin is known to alter the pigment in the skin cells. Can You Hear Me OK? High levels of sugar in the blood can damage the delicate nerve endings and blood vessels in the inner ear. There is some evidence to suggest that individuals with undiagnosed type 2 diabetes may also have hearing problems. So if you're hearing has been getting worse and you have the risk factors for type 2 diabetes, it may be worth checking. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/9326864

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