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Sunday, December 25, 2016

Your Blood Sugar Is Very High When You Experience This 14 Signs Which Can Affect On Your General Health!

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Our blood sugar level in the body indicates the amount of glucose in the blood, which is a type of sugar which is the main energy source for the body.

When you have diabetes, your blood sugar (glucose) levels may be consistently high.

Over time, this can damage your body and lead to many other problems.

Did you know that we consume glucose through food, and it is being distributed to all cells throughout the body?

High blood glucose(blood sugar), or technically, hyperglycemia, occurs when the body cannot use glucose properly( type2 diabetes), or it has insufficient amounts of it (type 1 diabetes).

If diabetes lasts longer,for months and years, it will permanently damage certain body parts, including the kidneys, blood vessels, nerves, and eyes.

Diabetics blood sugar levels can be increased due to various different factors, including:
- An illness, like a common cold
- Dehydration
- Overeating, such as snacking between meals
- Certain medicines, like steroid medication
- Over-treating an episode of hypoglycemia (low blood sugar)
- Missing a dose or taking a wrong dose of the diabetes medication
- A lack of exercise
- Stress

In addition, children and young adults may also experience occasional episodes of hyperglycemia during growth spurts.

* High blood sugar symptoms
- Increased blood sugar levels do not necessarily  mean that you have diabetes, as high blood sugar is a symptom od diabetes.

In some cases, people with hyperglycemia, do not experience any signs of the condition.

* However,  these are the most common symptoms of high blood sugar:
1. Recurrent infections
2. Slow healing of cuts and wounds
3. Stomach problems
4. Constant fatigue or extreme tiredness
5. Increased thirst
6. Dry and itchy skin
7. Constant hunger
8. Excess abdominal fat/weight gain
9. Nerve problems
10. Frequent urination and/or urination during the night
11. Blurred vision
12. Difficulty concentrating
13. Dry mouth
14. Impotence

* Reduce Blood Sugar Levels with Glycemic Food
- The Glycemic Index or simple GI indicates a number of carbs in foods which increase blood sugar levels, and it can vary from 0 to 100.

High-GI ingredients are processed much faster than low-GI foods, so the consumption of the latter will reduce insulin levels. Moreover, those foods are also beneficial for losing extra weight.

Our diet may affects our body health, especially blood sugar levels. Therefore, if you experience these symptoms of hyperglycemia, you should make some dietary changes and try to naturally maintain a healthy balance, before it causes further complications and death if nor given proper attention.

We hope that this brief article is informative to you, share this post so that you can also inform others about this and might help them a lot.


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