Without even knowing it, you could be suffering from diabetes right now.
According to current statistics, 1 in 3 people who have diabetes isn’t even aware of it.
According to the American Diabetes Association, only in 2012, 29,1 million US citizens (or 9,3 percent of the population) had diabetes. What’s even worse, 1,4 million more people will be diagnosed with diabetes every year.
According to researchers, these numbers are likely conservative given the fact that most of the people are even not aware of the symptoms or simply choose to ignore them, sometimes even for months and even years.
However, early diagnosis and treatment can mean the difference between living a long healthy life and suffering from severe complications and health problems or even early death.
According to the latest statistics, approximately 86 million US citizens over the age of 20 suffer from prediabetes, a condition characterized by higher than normal blood sugar levels.
Although these levels are still not high enough to be classified as diabetes, they are worrisome and indicate that you are at higher risk for developing type 2 diabetes.
For this reason, organizations such as the American Diabetes Association want people to know what to look for so they can take control of their health before diabetes becomes a real issue.
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