16 High Blood Sugar Signs and Symptoms to Watch Out For
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The first thing that comes to mind for most people when the discussion of health and high blood sugar is brought up its diabetes it’s an extremely dangerous and deadly condition but long before the individual is diagnosed with it the body gives away signs that their blood sugar level is very high because many people’s diets consist of artificial and processed foods, the number of people that are suffering from high blood sugar is dramatically increasing the only way to put a stop to this is to educate ourselves and watch for the signs that our body is providing us, this will help us stay healthy as possible.
Now keep reading to find out what the most important signs are that tell you your blood sugar level is too high as well as symptoms to look out for if you think you may have diabetes.
1. Excessive urination
Urinating during the night grant it if you drink high amounts of water before you go to bed there is a good chance you’re waking up in the middle of the night to urinate but if your blood sugar level is too high you could pick up a urinary tract infection which could result in excessive urination.
2. Blurred vision
Don’t overreact and go buy a pair of glasses if you begin to have temporary blurred vision in most cases its high blood sugar which causes the lens in the eyes to swell.
3. Difficulty concentrating
When the body is lacking insulin it’s unable to remove glucose from the bloodstream into the cells this does not allow the body to properly function this is why you feel tired and can’t concentrate properly high blood sugar levels can dehydrate you because the body’s trying to remove excess glucose through urination.
4. Dry mouth
Because of the high glucose levels in your blood and saliva which are caused by high blood sugar levels your mouth becomes dry.
This issue which only refers to men stems from problems that are caused by poor long-term blood sugar control this damages the nerves and the blood vessels.
6. Recurrent infections
There are several recurring infections that need to be monitored also watch out for numerous diseases in the pancreas and severe increase in blood glucose.
7. Slow Healing
Wounds if you find that the smallest cuts and bruises are taking longer than usual to heal high blood sugar levels could be the cause it affects the nerves and can lead to poor blood circulation making it tough for blood needed for skin repair to reach the wounded area.
8. Stomach problems
When you have high blood sugar levels emptying the food from your stomach could be delayed this can lead to bloating distension abdominal pain nausea or vomiting.
9. constant fatigue or extreme tiredness
If your thyroid level is low there is a good chance you are going to feel tired sleepy or depressed in order to fight infections it takes energy which can result in constant fatigue and high blood sugar levels.
When you have high blood sugar levels your kidneys are forced to work overtime to filter and absorb the excess sugar in order to achieve that liquids need to flow through the body in order to urinate the sugar.
11. Dry and itchy skin
When there’s poor blood circulation flowing through your body it causes itchy skin the most common areas of the body that become itchy estar the lower parts of your legs.
You may be one of those people that have a big appetite and that’s fine however for people who normally do not have a large appetite this could be because you’re lacking a hormone called incretin incretin reduces the flow of sugar from the liver after consuming a meal if you lack this hormone food empties quicker and you’ll be hungry again shortly after dinner which increases your blood sugar level.
13. Excess abdominal weight or fat
This is one of the most common signs that you have high blood sugar levels the food that you have consumed was not all able to get into the cells as energy which would nourish the cells so in turn you feel hungry again.
14. Nerve problems
Simply put if your blood sugar levels are high it can damage the blood vessels that carry oxygen and nutrients to the nerves which can lead to nerve problems.
15. Skin changes
If you begin to experience discoloration and certain growths on your skin your blood sugar level may be high also you may notice dark thick areas of the skin may begin to form on the back of your neck and your hands as well
16. Tingling and numbness
This goes hand-in-hand with nerve damage if you experience tingling and numbness in certain areas of your body your blood sugar level may be high this type of nerve damage is called neuropathy
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