What is hyperglycemia

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Hyperglycemia is a condition in which the body does not have enough insulin or produce it at an improper rate. The result? High sugar levels can lead to diabetes, heart disease, and other complications if left unchecked for too long referring back.

Diabetes is a condition in which the body does not produce or use enough insulin. High blood sugar may indicate diabetes; if it goes untreated, ketoacidosis (DKA) can develop with serious consequences like coma and death as side effects -Keto means fat + Acids refer to substances that give off energy when broken down by our bodily enzymes into acids!

Symptoms of hyperglycemia

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It’s easy to overlook the symptoms of hyperglycemia because they may not occur until blood sugar levels rise above 200 mg/dl. Even at this level, you might experience no noticeable symptoms for years and then become more aware as time goes on if your glucose is stuck in a dangerous range-of-control pattern with increasingly greater frequency over an extended period that can lead to serious health complications such as heart disease or kidney failure!

The symptoms of this can be uncomfortable and disruptive. When your blood glucose levels are too high, it is easy to become dehydrated as well because you could have an intense sense of hunger or thirst without realizing that there’s not enough food in your stomach for both appetite activities like eating lunch at noon followed by dinner later on! You may also experience frequent Urination urges during these episodes which could lead to dehydration due to excessive loss of fluids from the body over time if left untreated. Fatigue would make any activity extremely difficult while irritability might arise out of frustration caused partly by a lack of control over what happens around us.


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A diabetic person can take steps to reduce, prevent and treat spikes of blood glucose. These include:

Blood sugar monitoring which is essential for catching this before it becomes a problem; -Paying close attention to how food affects you so that your body knows what’s coming next in terms of insulin doses or medication adjustments as needed (this may require testing first).

Exercise is a great way to release endorphins and get your blood flowing, but it can also cause hyperglycemia in patients with severe diabetes. If you have ketones in urine after exercising be sure to seek medical attention because this could mean that something else went wrong such as acidosis or even worse: ketoacidosis!

With the right dietary plan, you can manage your diabetes and weight by controlling carbohydrate quality. While this may not be easy in the short term it will help keep glucose levels stable which is better for overall health than consuming too many carbs or having high spikes from certain types of food like fruit juice! Many different approaches work well so consult with an experienced dietician if needed but don’t give up on yourself just yet.


Thanks for reading our story about what this condition is and how to treat it with proper dieting practices as outlined above!

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