High Blood sugar level is considered when it is above 100 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dl). It is also known as hyperglycemia. The different person responds differently to blood sugar levels.
If it is below 70 mg/dl, then it is low blood sugar and also known as hypoglycemia.
How High Blood Sugar occurs:
- Miss the medication as prescribed by the doctor
- The stressful environment in an office or at home
- Eating high carbohydrate foods
- Low level of exercise is also one of the main reason
Types of High Blood Sugar:
- Type 1- Pancreas does not make the insulin at all.
- Type 2 – Pancreases is not able to produce enough insulin required by the body for proper working.
Effects on Body of High Blood Sugar:
- Urination – Person affected by High sugar frequently goes to urination.
- Weight – Even you are eating a lot of food, a person still lose weight in high blood sugar
- Fatigue – In high blood sugar, the body is not storing or utilizing glucose properly. The person feels less in energy.
- Thirst – Person feels that he/she is thirsty more frequently than the normal person.
- Hunger – During high blood sugar, cells do not get enough glucose. So cells send signals that it requires food to work properly.
- Cuts and Wounds – Healing capacity of cuts and wounds on the skin is slowed down. Due to this some serious infections arises in the body.
- Skin – Skin becomes dry and a lot of itching will happen. The blood cells become deteriorate making the blood vessel narrowed down. In some cases, skin discoloring happen.
- Vision – Vision become blurred in high sugar condition.
- Diarrhea – Sometimes High sugar affects the absorption power of small intestine, which results in diarrhea.
- Constipation – In High blood sugar waste movement is slowed down in the large intestine, which results in constipation.
- Mood – The person suffering from high sugar has a bad mood or irritable response.
Are you facing any of these problems mentioned in the list above?
Conclusion – Body starts giving the indication of change in blood sugar level. Do not ignore them and consult with your physician.Control your diet and involve some physcical exercises.