14 Symptoms That Indicate You Have Very High Blood Sugar Levels

Medical experts explain that adults regularly should check their blood glucose levels and also should acknowledge the signs of high blood glucose levels. If is left untreated, this condition can cause severe damage on the overall health.

Despite the fact that symptoms that indicate high blood glucose levels vary depending upon many aspects, there are certain typical signs that warn that your sugar levels are very high and you should never ignore these symptoms.

Hyperglycemia is a medical condition that develops when the organism is not able to produce adequate insulin or cannot use insulin effectively.

Namely, insulin is a hormonal agent that helps the glucose from food to go into the body cells where it is used as energy. At patients who are struggling with insulin deficiency, the glucose is not able to be taken in into the blood stream. If the patient doesn’t start taking proper medication and if this condition is not treated for an extended duration, certain body parts such as the kidneys, blood vessels, nerves and eyes may be permanently damaged.

Some of the primary reasons for increased blood glucose levels are:

Physical lack of exercise;

Fatigue;

The common cold;

Dehydration;

Extreme consuming;

Extreme usage of steroids.

At this point it is important to highlight that increased blood glucose levels do not instantly indicate diabetes, but still they might be one symptom of this disease.

Despite the fact that patient who have diabetes might not experience any signs there are certain symptoms that suggest high blood sugar level levels:

Dry mouth;

Dry and scratchy skin;

Thirst;

Blurred vision;

Regular urination, especially overnight;

Impotence;

Slow recovery of cuts and injuries;

Problem focusing;

Increased cravings;

Repeating infections;

Digestion issues;

Nerve problems;

Excess tummy fat and weight gain.

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