Type 2 Diabetes is a common health condition that raises blood sugar (glucose) to very high levels. Increased blood sugar levels cause symptoms such as excessive thirst, frequent urination and fatigue. At the same time, it increases the risk of serious problems in the eyes, heart and nerves.
Type 2 Diabetes results from problems with a chemical in the human body, a chemical called insulin. In most cases, it is directly related to being obese, or even as a genetic inheritance.
High blood sugar is a dangerous disease because many people have it and don't realize it. This is because the symptoms of diabetes do not necessarily make you feel bad.
Symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes
The main symptoms of type 2 diabetes are as follow: feeling thirsty all the time; frequent urination, especially at night; feeling very tired; blurred vision; when you have cuts or wounds take longer to heal; start losing weight without trying. While you are much more at risk of type 2 diabetes if you are over 40, are obese or have a close relative with diabetes.
That is why it is very important to do regular checks. If you suffer from type 2 diabetes then surgery can be an alternative for treatment. The necessary examinations for diabetes surgery are: Hemoglobin A1C values; Peptide C; Insulin level when you are full and when you have not eaten anything; BUN; CRE.