Start Early Detection With A Diabetes Symptoms Checklist


Help your employees with early detection and treatment tools like the diabetes symptom checklist from Wellworks For You.

Did you know that 29.1 million Americans had diabetes as of 2012?  That’s 9.3% of the population!  As these numbers have continued to grow each year, many healthcare professionals are recognizing the increasing importance of early detection, treatment, and disease management.

At Wellworks For You, we are dedicated to helping employers like you combat this challenging and costly disease as early as possible.  Using our diabetes symptoms checklist and other resources, join us in helping to promote health at work and in life!  

The Value of Early Detection

diabetes symptoms checklistDiabetes is well known for its many potential complications. From nerve damage to heart disease, undetected and untreated diabetes can lead to a number of problematic conditions.  However, early detection and treatment of diabetes can decrease the risk of developing many of the complications of this disease.

As an employer, the value of early detection is twofold.  First and foremost, it enables you to help your employees maintain their health and avoid harmful health complications.  Additionally, through early treatment and proper management, it can help you to avoid the need for more costly treatments or procedures later down the road.

An early investment in corporate health and wellness programs, from providing a diabetes symptoms checklist to offering disease management services, has a proven return on investment.

Start With A Diabetes Symptoms Checklist

The sooner an employee’s diabetes is diagnosed, the better.  So, take a moment today to provide your team with this diabetes symptoms checklist:

  • Urinating often

  • Feeling very thirsty

  • Feeling very hungry (even though you are eating regularly)

  • Extreme fatigue

  • Cuts and bruises that are slow to heal

  • Weight loss, even though you are eating more (Type 1)

  • Tingling, pain, or numbness in the hands and feet (Type 2)

If one of your employees is experiencing one or more of these symptoms, she or he should seek out a medical consultation to confirm this potential diagnosis.

Team Up With Wellness Professionals

As an employer, your role in supporting corporate health and wellness goes beyond a simple diabetes symptoms checklist. Support your employees’ with other health risk assessments as well as disease management programs.  When you provide the resources to take an early stand against the potential complications of diabetes, you help them to live, work, and feel better for the long term.

For more information about how Wellworks For You can help you provide one or more of these services for your employees, contact us today at 800.425.4657.