9 Signs Your Blood Sugar Is Too High

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Whenever there’s something wrong in our body, it sends signals we need to recognize. Such is the case for diabetes – in case of blood sugar levels for a prolonged period, you might experience thirst and hunger, blurry vision, slow healing of wounds and a frequent urge to urinate.


Glucose is a type of sugar present in our blood which our cells use for energy. However, the levels of this sugar must be kept in balance in order to avoid potential problems. To do this, the pancreas produces insulin, a hormone which controls the glucose production and expenditure. However, due to a combination of factors, the immune system might start attacking the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas, resulting in the development of diabetes, a serious disease which can have fatal consequences.

Here are the main causes of high blood sugar levels:

  • Hormonal imbalance;
  • Frequent infections;
  • Certain medications;
  • No physical activity.

When the blood sugar levels are high for a prolonged period, they can damage the blood vessels and cause further problems. High blood sugar levels can cause a stroke, kidney failure and loss of eyesight, as well as nerve problems in the skin which can result in sores or infections. This is why it’s important to recognize the symptoms of high blood sugar levels on time, and you can see the list below.

Numbness and tingling in the arms and legs

Numbness and tingling in the arms and legs is one of the earliest symptoms of diabetes and occurs due to the damage in the nerves in the limbs.

Constant hunger

Low blood sugar levels will make you constantly hungry. This can lead to overeating and obesity, another disease related to diabetes.

A frequent urge to urinate

If you’re feeling the need to urinate often, you might be suffering from high blood sugar levels.

Increased thirst

High glucose levels in the body can also make you thirsty all the time, and is one of the biggest indicators of diabetes

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