15 Signs of Diabetes to Watch Out For

Chronic dehydration

Dehydration occurs because high blood glucose causes your body to pull water from cells and be unable to replenish it properly. The need to pee all the time then eliminates that water from your system entirely.

Dehydration is a serious problem that can kill, and at lower levels contributes to all kinds of other issues, including dry skin, poor vision, and painful joints.

 

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