How does high blood sugar feel?

Blood sugar or glucose fuels cells, but too much is hazardous. High blood sugar, or hyperglycemia, can cause increased urination and thirst.

What is hyperglycemia 

After 8 hours without eating or drinking, a diabetic's blood sugar levels rise over 130 mg/dl.


– high blood sugar level – high levels of sugar in the urine – frequent urination – increased thirst

What does high blood sugar feel like?  

– have a headache and other aches and pain – find it hard to concentrate – be very thirsty or hungry – feel drowsy or tired


In type 1 diabetes, the immune system attacks the cells in the pancreas that produce insulin. As a result, the body lacks insulin, and blood sugar levels rise.

Risk factor

– having certain gene – having overweight or obesity – being physically inactive – having a parent or sibling with type 2 diabete

Typical blood sugar 

They may need regular testing to keep these within a healthy range. Each person is different, and levels can vary between individuals.

Managing blood sugar level

Many diabetics use glucose meters to monitor their blood sugar everyday. This gadget checks blood sugar levels in seconds from a finger drop.

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