Insulin Resistance and Prediabetes

Insulin resistance is when cells in your muscles, fat, and liver don’t respond well to insulin and can’t easily take up glucose from your blood. As a result, pancreas makes more insulin to help glucose enter in the cells. As long as pancreas can make enough insulin to overcome cells’ weak response to insulin,  blood glucose levels will stay in the healthy range.
Prediabetes means your blood glucose levels are higher than normal but not high enough to be diagnosed as diabetes. Prediabetes usually occurs in people who already have some insulin resistance or whose beta cells in the pancreas aren’t making enough insulin to keep blood glucose in the normal rangeand  extra glucose stays in bloodstream rather than entering  cells. Over time, person could develop type 2 diabetes.
Effects of insulin resistance:  extreme thirst or hunger, frequent urination, tingling sensations in hands or feet, feeling more tired than usual, frequent infections

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