What Does The Body Do When Blood Sugar Rises

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Diabetes: Blood Sugar Readings

www.CardioSmart.org What is a blood sugar reading? A blood sugar reading shows how much sugar, or glucose, is in your blood. A test of your blood sugar may be done to: • Check for diabetes. • See how well diabetes treatment is working. • Check for diabetes that occurs during pregnancy (gestational diabetes). • Check for low or high blood sugar levels (hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia). What are normal blood sugar readings? There are several types of blood sugar tests. Normal results can vary from lab to lab. Talk with your doctor about what any abnormal results might mean, and about any symptoms and other health problems you have. Normal values for adults who do NOT have prediabetes or diabetes Less than or equal to 100 When you have not eaten (fasting blood sugar): Less than 140 if you are age 50 or younger; less than 150 if you are age 50 to 60; less than 160 if you are age 60 and older 2 hours after eating (postprandial): Levels vary depending on when and how much you ate at your last meal. In general: 80 to 120 beforemeals or when waking up; 100 to 140 at bedtime. Random (casual): Target values for nonpregnant adults who have prediabetes or diabetes 80 to 1 Continue reading >>

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  1. aStarInStrangeways

    Sorry, I am having a bit of a panic Fasting level was 8.2 this morning - normal range is 4-5.6. Obviously the diabetes clinic is closed at weekends, so who do I call? Out of hours doctor? Community midwives? Do I go to A&E? If anyone has advice or experience, it would be most welcome to stop me freaking out.

  2. Besom

    Does your local hospital not have maternity triage? I mean who would you phone if going into labour in the middle of the night? The community midwives may not be there but their answer machine may have an emergency number on it? But failing that I would go to A&E.

  3. Besom

    Sorry I should say I don't have experience of diabetes but I had lots of bleeds during pregnancy mainly at night and I just used to phone triage at the maternity unit and they would always tell me to come in to get checked out. Don't panic, deep breaths.

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How Heat And Humidity May Affect Blood Sugar

Hot weather does not directly alter blood glucose levels. However, sweltering temperatures affect our metabolism and the release of hormones. Heat and humidity influence how much and how fast we move, how much we perspire, blood circulation, the foods we want to eat, and the activities we choose to enjoy. Any of these factors, or a combination, might contribute to the experience of dehydration and blood sugar fluctuations. Six Steamy-Weather Influences We know when it is sizzling outside that we will sweat, and as the air wicks moisture from our skin the body cools. This cooling system works wonderfully as long as our body remains hydrated. If our body is low on fluids, the kidneys receive less blood flow and work less effectively. This might cause blood glucose concentrations to rise. If someone’s blood sugar is already running high in the heat, not only will they lose water through sweat but they might urinate more frequently too, depleting their body’s fluids even more. When the weather is tropical - hot and humid - the sweat on our skin cannot readily evaporate into the already soggy air. Our innate cooling system is less effective and the risk of heat exhaustion increases. Continue reading >>

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  1. Tausif Alam

    In our hands, overnight fasted mice run a little lower than rats, the range being 65-90mg/dl and 85-100 mg/dl respectively.
    In case of mice and young rats, we tend to avoid overnight fasting and usually use only 4-6 hr fasting.
    Blood glucose levels in rodents fed ad libitum, vary a little depending on the time of measurements. On an average, you can add ~10-15mg/dl to the fasting values.
    We have noted more intra-personnel variations in blood glucose levels than inter-animal differences. This is quite predictable effect and as the researchers gain experience in handling animals and feel comfortable, they tend to get the animals less excited, which is reflected in their blood glucose levels. Generally speaking, if a normal rodent gives you a blood glucose value >120mg/dl, you should conclude that its the person who needs a little more training.

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  2. Ghanim Al-Khaledi

    hi Carsten,
    from our experience, we draw normal "human" blood sugar values (between 4.44 - 6.66 mmol/l.) to our lab rats ( SD, WKY, and DIO Model). fasting blood glucose levels in awake rat ( anesthesia causes slight hyperglycaemia) range 117.06±1.96 mg/dl. but then again we establish the mean value for our control group for each time we pilot an experiment.
    may I suggest :
    http://www.madsci.org/posts/archives/2001-02/982242802.Zo.r.html and

    hope it is what you are looking for. Best wishes .

  3. Liz Unger

    I have done lots of GTTs on mice and they are extremely variable. Fasting glucose levels are anywhere from 50-150 depending on the length of the fast (6h-36h), and after glucose injection they spike to 300-600 sometimes. For a more predictable baseline, I usually fast overnight, starting just before lights out, then measure first thing in the morning.

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How To Maintain Normal Blood Sugar

If you are one of the millions of people who has prediabetes, diabetes, metabolic syndrome or any other form of “insulin resistance,” maintaining normal blood sugar levels can be challenging. Over the past several decades, these chronic disorders have swept through the U.S. and many other nations, reaching epidemic proportions and causing serious, but often preventable, side effects like nerve damage, fatigue, loss of vision, arterial damage and weight gain. Elevated blood sugar levels maintained for an extended period of time can push someone who is “prediabetic” into having full-blown diabetes (which now affects about one in every three adults in the U.S.). (1) Even for people who aren’t necessarily at a high risk for developing diabetes or heart complications, poorly managed blood sugar can lead to common complications, including fatigue, weight gain and sugar cravings. In extreme cases, elevated blood sugar can even contribute to strokes, amputations, coma and death in people with a history of insulin resistance. Blood sugar is raised by glucose, which is the sugar we get from eating many different types of foods that contain carbohydrates. Although we usually think o Continue reading >>

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  1. supplementme

    i have been doing leangains for six months. before leangains, my numbers were 86 and 94, which is in the normal range of <100.
    i have been reading that leangains make you more insulin sensitive.
    should i expect high fasting blood glucose readings?
    please note that this reading was done after a fasted 5/3/1 workout - press day with pullups and dips.
    thanks for your help.

  2. Nu5ZCa

    Too high, but the reference levels are calibrated for a person who has been resting. Most people will get this test done first thing in the morning, because it's the only time most people are fasted. The number is a bad sign but I wouldn't pay much attention to it unless it's confirmed by another reading that's been taken first thing in the morning, not after a workout.

  3. jmalst40

    Check before you workout or on a rest day. If still high, you have "impaired fasting glucose" (borderline diabetes). It has nothing to do with intermittent fasting.

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