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Signs Of High And Low Blood Sugar

One of the challenges of managing diabetes is maintaining consistent blood sugar (glucose) levels. Even with diligence, some situations can cause high blood sugar, or hyperglycemia, while others can bring on low blood sugar, or hypoglycemia. So it’s important to know the signs of both high and low levels, and what actions to take to bring them back within a desired range. Monitoring your blood sugar levels with a glucose meter will do a lot to help you keep those levels steady and avoid the complications that can come with diabetes. According to the Mayo Clinic, how often you check your blood sugar level depends on many factors, including your age, the type and severity of your diabetes, the length of time that you've had the condition, and the presence of any diabetes-related complications. About High Blood Sugar (Hyperglycemia) Common signs of high blood sugar include frequent urination, fatigue, dry or itchy skin, feeling thirsty, more frequent infections, and eating more food but not gaining as much weight as usual, says Athena Philis-Tsimikas, MD of the Scripps Whittier Diabetes Institute in San Diego, California. A blood sugar reading above 180 milligrams per deciliter (mg/ Continue reading >>

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  1. kandaswamy

    is it correct medicine & useful for diabetes please advice me I am confused to go for an Ayurvedic or Allopathy medicines

  2. Scpathak

    Please please please please please ,go immediately to an allopathy doctor and take proper prescription with strict follow of instructions given by him .you may take Ayurvedic medicines as supportive medicine to control your diabetes including some home remedies too.anyway try to manage your BS with proper medication and exercises .

  3. sandeep1956

    I have sugar for last > 5 years. I have not used allopathy single day. I am using ayurvedic preparation from my doctor and my sugar is well controlled

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