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Mastering Insulin Resistance – Complete Course
Mastering Insulin Resistance – Complete Course
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Signs of Insulin Resistance:

Insulin resistance may not always present noticeable symptoms in its early stages. However, as it progresses, individuals may experience the following signs:

1. Increased Hunger: Frequent and intense hunger, even after eating.
2. Fatigue: Feeling tired or lacking energy throughout the day.
3. Weight Gain: Especially around the abdominal area.
4. High Blood Pressure: Elevated blood pressure levels.
5. High Blood Sugar: Elevated fasting blood sugar levels.
6. Skin Issues: Such as dark patches on the neck and other areas
                               (acanthosis nigricans).
7. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS): Irregular menstrual cycles
    and hormonal imbalances in women.
8. Sleep Problems: Such as sleep apnea or difficulty falling asleep.
9. Frequent Urination: Increased need to urinate, especially at night.
10. Increased Thirst: Feeling excessively thirsty.
11. Poor Wound Healing: Cuts and sores take longer to heal.


Not everyone with insulin resistance will experience all these signs, and some individuals may remain asymptomatic. If you suspect insulin resistance, it’s important to consult a healthcare provider for proper evaluation and management. Early detection and lifestyle changes can help prevent complications.

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Albert Josiah 7 months ago
Is there standard for converting the insulin measurements?
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