Everybody’s perspiration rate is different, but it’s got to be consistent. Some diabetics experience excessive sweating even when they sleep or eat, while others stop sweating completely. No surprise, neither of these are healthy. The point is to be aware if something’s different about your body.
1. Dry Mouth
Perhaps your mouth suffers the most once you get diabetes. If yeast infections and bleeding gums weren’t enough, you’ll be happy to know that your mouth can constantly be dry, as well. High levels of blood sugar cause sore and lack of moisture in your mouth, which is not that nice to have.