6 Precursors To Prediabetes You Should Be On The Lookout For
According to data published by the American Diabetes Association, more than 9% of the entire population of the US has been diagnosed with the disease in 2012. And as for those with “prediabetes”, a condition where your fasting blood sugar is abnormally high but not yet high enough to be diagnosed with diabetes, the number of Americans over the age of 20 with it had jumped from 79 million to 86 million in just two years!
Of course, early diagnosis is very important in the treatment of any disease, and in the case of prediabetes, it can save you from a lifetime of battling with diabetes itself. That’s why you should be aware of what to look out for, especially if your family has a history of the disease. Here are 6 precursors to prediabetes you should be aware of: