Insulin is a hormone that aids in the transport of glucose from the bloodstream to the cells, where it is used for energy. The cells in your body with type 2 diabetes, on the other hand, are unable to respond to insulin as well as they should. Your body may not create enough insulin in the later stages of the disease.
Type 2 diabetes that is not well controlled can result in chronically high blood glucose levels, which can cause a variety of symptoms as well as significant complications.
Type 2 diabetes symptoms
Your body can't effectively use insulin to bring glucose into your cells if you have type 2 diabetes. As a result, your tissues, muscles, and organs must rely on different energy sources. This is a series of events that can result in a range of symptoms.v