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10 Things You Should Know about Your Blood Sugar Levels

7. Symptoms of blood sugar problems

Symptoms of blood sugar problems

Low blood sugar levels will cause decay, dizziness, nausea, drowsiness, and difficulty concentrating. If the deficit is severe, fainting and seizures.

High levels are associated with what is known as “the 5 P of the diabetic”:

1. Polydipsia. The person drinks a lot of water.
2. Polyuria. Piss a lot.
3. Polyphagia. Eat too much without getting fat.
4. Weight loss. The loss is not compatible with everything you eat.
5. Itching. Itching in different areas of the body, especially the folds.
Headaches and fatigue may also manifest.

8. Effects on your body

Effects on your body

Having high levels of glycemia for a long time will have terrible consequences, with a decisive affectation at the level of the blood vessels, especially the arteries.

Hyperglycemia conditions the manifestation of atheromas plaque (which leads to atherosclerosis) that obstruct the normal passage of blood to the organs.

The most affected at the beginning are the smaller vessels known as arterioles. This will cause your nerves to also progressively lose sensation in hands and feet and then affect other systems (eyes, etc.).
This is why diabetics do not feel when they hit or break their feet, which causes infections that, if not treated, are aggravated.

If you do not maintain control over your sugar levels, the affectation will reach larger organs. The first will be your kidneys and can cause kidney failure, then the liver, brain and other equally vital are affected.

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