​10 Common Signs That Your Blood Sugar Is Way Too High (And How To Lower It)


The sugar levels in the blood indicate the amount of glucose in the blood, which is the leading energy source for most body cells.

High blood sugar or hyperglycemia can be caused by two factors, and can thus be of two types: type 1 diabetes, which is a result of the lack of glucose, and type 2 diabetes, which is caused by the inability of the body to properly use glucose.
If diabetes is left untreated, it severely damages overall health, as it affects the nerves, kidneys, blood vessels, and eyes.

These are the most common ways in which the body signals that your blood sugar levels are elevated:

Dry mouth

Excessive thirst

Constant hunger

Stomach problems


Nerve issues


Itchy and dry skin

Excessive weight gain

Blurry vision

Inability to focus

Recurrent infections

Slow healing of wounds and cuts

Frequent urination or nighttime urination

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