How High Does Your Blood Sugar Have To Go Before You Feel Symptoms? What Are Those Symptoms Likely To Be?
Well, symptoms of diabetes: polyphagia (you eat a lot), polydipsia (you drink a lot), polyuria (you pee a lot - obvious because of polydipsia) and you lose weight (because you either don’t have enough insulin to channel glucose to your fat cells or your cells are insensitive to insulin or both). After some time you get secondary signs. One worse than the other! Skin and other infections. Loss of vision. Diabetic neuropathy. Gangraenes. Finally, you go to a diabetic ketoacidotic coma and die. Why don’t you stop eating carbs in the first place? PS. Normal sugar levels are 100 over 80 in old units or 3.3 to 6.6 in the new units. However, some people go around with huge blood glucose levels with no symptoms. This is a silent killer like hypertension. Continue reading >>