Here are some of the serious danger caused by diabetes
Long Term Complications
Diabetes can lead to long-term complications such as heart attack, stroke, blindness due to glaucoma, kidney disease, and injuries that can not be recovered until the infection so it had to be amputated. Even the most terrible stage is death. These complications are caused by damage to Blood vessels, nerve damage, and the inability of the Body to fight infection. However, not all people with diabetes have problems of this long-term.
Although it is not good when a high sugar lever, but a person with diabetes mellitus or diabetes can also suddenly have a very low Blood Sugar below the normal threshold is called hypoglycemia. It is also very dangerous because it can make the sufferer shaky, sweaty, tired, hungry, irritable, or confused or fast heart rate, blurred vision, headache, body numbness, or tingling around the mouth and lips. It could even seizures or fainting. Often, proper diet and regular meal times can prevent the onset of these problems. Consume glucose, for example, juice or glucose tablets, can raise blood sugar levels to a safe level to other foods can be consumed.
If glucose can not be processed properly by the body, the fat and protein in the body is used by the body for energy. But when the body burns fat, forming a combustion residue called ketones. Ketones accumulate in the blood and into the urine flow. Because of this ketone is more acidic than healthy system, high levels of ketones in the blood can cause a serious condition called ketoacidosis. The early symptoms of diabetic ketoacidosis is thirst and frequent urination, nausea, vomiting, fatigue and abdominal pain (especially children). Breathing becomes deep and rapid as the body attempts to repair the blood acidity. Patient breath smells like the smell of acetone. Diabetic ketoacidosis can fell into a coma, sometimes within just a few hours.