Assessing how controlled is your diabetes: hba1c range
Being diabetic there are a lot more complex things to handle other than your blood sugar. One of the thing that I dreaded most was the complex medical terminologies that were going above my head.
After having communicated with different diabetics around I felt that majority of the people have no idea about diabetes taxonomy and yes, there were people who just want to stay ignorant.
Try to study your disease in depth, it will not only save you from future complications but help you take right step in its proper management. In this blog, I will make an effort to introduce you with such terminologies in as simple way as possible.
One of the terms you may hear during your diagnosis is HBA1C.
So what is this HBA1C range?
Does it indicate anything about my diabetes management?
How to find my HBA1C range?
What number is the best bet to avoid complications in future?
We all try to find answers in this article.
What is hba1c range?
HBA1C refers to glycated hemoglobin.
Haemoglobin is a protein present in Red Blood Cells of our blood and is responsible to carry oxygen to different parts of our body.
When we eat food, the glucose present in it get dissolved in the blood and join hemoglobin. If the amount of glucose present in blood is large, more number of hemoglobin gets glycated and because of that, you will have high HBA1C numbers.
So, HBA1c range gives you the idea of your average blood sugar for a period of 2-3 months. If you are diabetic and want to know how you managed your condition for the past 2-3 months, then you should go for the HBA1C test.
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