High blood sugar: Elevated glucose levels can lead to fatigue, increased thirst, and frequent urination.
Cardiovascular issues: Diabetes raises the risk of heart disease, stroke, and high blood pressure.
Kidney problems: Diabetes can damage the kidneys and may lead to kidney failure.
Vision impairment: It can cause diabetic retinopathy, potentially leading to blindness.
Neuropathy: Nerve damage can result in numbness, tingling, and pain in the extremities.
Foot complications: Poor circulation and nerve damage can cause foot ulcers and infections.
Skin problems: Skin conditions like fungal infections are more common in people with diabetes.
Dental issues: Higher susceptibility to gum disease and dental problems due to elevated blood sugar.
Mental health issues: Diabetes can contribute to mood swings, depression, and anxiety.
Slow wound healing: High blood sugar can delay the body's ability to heal wounds and infections.