Type I diabetes, which develops during childhood and adolescence, usually occurs with a high sugar coma and is diagnosed.
Type II diabetes usually occurs after 40 years of age and is more common in older ages, and as the age increases, it can be confused with symptoms of diseases that may be encountered. Knowing the signs of diabetes provides diagnosis and treatment in the early stages of the disease. The initial complaints of type I diabetes, that is, the diabetes that starts in children and young people, is very clear. By watching the following video, you can learn the signs of diabetes, and you can be careful in your health.