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Is There Any connection Between Diabetes and Sweet Taste in Mouth

I have received a email from a diabetes people who said she always felt sweet taste in mouth even in the morning or after a nap. But she actually ate nothing sweet. This confused her very much. And she left me a question: is there any connection between diabetes and sweet taste in mouth?

Sweet taste in mouth happens and annoys some people. They are confused by the taste and don’t know why. Maybe I can explain why it happens, but just for those who live with Diabetes.

Apart from all other influencing factors such as candy, ice cream and chocolate, Diabetes may be responsible for the persistent sweet taste in mouth. Why? Four reasons can explain: one is the blood glucose (or called blood sugar, same thing.) has been elevated because of the disease. Blood sugar increases in saliva represents the sweet taste in mouth. Secondly, poorly controlled blood glucose result in diabetic ketocidosis, which means the body couldn’t use glucose as a fuel because there’s no or inadequate insulin. Instead, the fat is used for fuel. Consequently, the byproducts called ketones buildup in body and lead to the sweet taste in mouth. Third reason for the annoying taste is the poorly-controlled Diabetes triggers neuropathy, in which the nerve that regulates the sensation of taste is impaired. It can also cause the sweet taste. Last but not the least, some medicines, sometimes, cause the taste. Those drugs can affect one’s taste sense and decrease the secretion of saliva.

Fortunately, No matter Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes, there stands a big chance that they can be reversed or even reversed by treatments. The most effective therapy for the disease is Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It has been proven to be more effective for Type 1 Diabetes relatively. If your kids suffer from the disease, or someone you love is tortured by the very disease, do try Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. For more info, please leave a message below or email to

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