12 Symptoms Of High Blood Sugar And Which Foods Reduce It

Having increased blood sugar levels does not always imply that you have diabetes. This is only one of the many diabetes symptoms.
However, increased blood sugar levels should be taken very seriously because it can lead to complications which may or may not cause diabetes.

This is why it is very important to diagnose hyperglycemia on time in order to reverse it to prevent serious complications.

THERE ARE MANY WAYS TO SPOT HIGH BLOOD SUGAR, AND WE’D LIKE TO GIVE YOU 14 OF THE MOST COMMON SIGNS OF HIGH BLOOD GLUCOSE.

THEY ARE:

• Feeling an unquenchable thirst throughout the entire day

• Nerve issues

• Recurring infections

• The slow healing of wounds and cuts

• Impotence

• Constantly dry mouth

• A frequent need to urinate, and this particularly during the nighttime

• Feeling fatigued on a regular basis

• Feeling a constant, unsatiated and unexplainable hunger

• Itchy and dry skin

• Too much abdominal fat and weight gain

• Blurry vision

• An inability to stay focused

• Discomfort in your stomach

But don’t fret if you recognize yourself in these symptoms. Even if it turns out you do have high blood sugar, it doesn’t mean you are also diabetic (though admittedly, it is one of the symptoms).

HERE IS HOW TO REDUCE ANY HIGH BLOOD SUGAR SIGNS USING A FOOD LIST BASED ON THE GLYCEMIC INDEX. (NEXT PAGE)

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