Diabetes is a disorder affecting the pancreas which produces the enzymes which regulate sugar levels. The pancreatic fluids help the body use food for energy. The condition is due to either insufficient Pancreatic enzyme being produced or no Pancreatic juice is secreted by the pancreatic cells, or both. This enzyme that controls blood sugar works together with glucose in the bloodstream to help it enter the body’s cells for all metabolic activity. Therefore if blood sugar-regulating fluid does not function properly, glucose cannot enter the cells and this produces an imbalance.
Along with its known primary symptoms and changes, Diabetes may bring about additional undesirable changes to vital organs which can hamper their functioning and may prove to be fatal. Thus effectively managing diabetes and its complications in the body call for a holistic approach that goes beyond controlling the blood sugar and focuses on the overall management of the disease.
The most common symptom of diabetes is fatigue and increased thirst and hunger, along with frequent urination.