15 Signs of Diabetes to Watch Out For

Fatigue

Many things cause fatigue, including the simplest explanation that you’re just not sleeping enough. But fatigue almost always comes along with diabetes because the body is trying and failing to use the fuel that’s put in. If you find that you’re extra tired after eating, when you should have more energy, that’s a strong sign that diabetes might be present.

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