10 Signs that You Might Have High Blood Sugar


10 Signs that You Might Have High Blood Sugar

10 Signs that You Might Have High Blood Sugar
10 Signs that You Might Have High Blood Sugar

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Unless you have diabetes, chances are you rarely, if ever, check your blood sugar. Even if you don’t have diabetes or lack a family history of diabetes, you should care about your diet and blood sugar. A high blood sugar causes health problems, and it can lead to death, even without diabetes.

Anyone can have a blood sugar spikes when consuming food. The danger comes when your blood sugar stays high for longer periods of time. It is important to know the early warning signs of high blood sugar so that you can get it under control before something dangerous happens to you!

What Causes High Blood Sugar?

Different factors contribute to high blood sugar, including:

  • Medications
  • Certain health conditions
  • Stress: everyone has stress in their life, but frequent stress leads to blood sugar spikes.
  • Poor diet: If your diet primarily consists of processed foods with a lot of calories, it might be an issue. These types of foods are digested quickly, leading to a blood sugar spike and bad cholesterol levels.
  • Lack of regular exercise: Exercise does more than keeping your body strong. Exercise also helps keep your muscle cells sensitive to insulin. A lack of exercise means your muscles might become insulin resistant.

10 Warning Signs of High Blood Sugar

High blood sugar doesn’t always mean you have diabetes, but it is a symptom of diabetes. While your signs of high blood sugar may differ, here are some the most common symptoms.

Increased Thirst

Polyuria causes you to feel thirsty when you have high blood sugar because your kidneys cannot keep up. Your body cannot absorb the extra glucose, so your kidneys produce extra urine. In return, you become dehydrated easily and feel thirsty often.


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