Type 2 diabetes: The warning sign of high blood sugar found under the armpits

In response to the drop in blood sugar levels, the pancreas releases less insulin.

For those with diabetes, however, blood sugar keeps on rising as it is unable to enter the cells.

As a response, the pancreas will continuously secrete insulin, even though the hormone isn’t working.

The pancreas can then tire, until it no longer releases insulin at all, which is why some diabetics require injections of insulin.


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