Diabetes is one of the most common diseases and poses a great danger to human health, as the increase in blood sugar causes the body to not benefit from the energy and benefits that the food presents in the exposure to weakened insulin secretion.
High blood sugar occurs when a person's body does not produce or does not use enough insulin to help transform the food we ingest into useful energy in the body.
As a result, a person feels tired or thirsty all the time, and other symptoms that may not occur immediately and can take several days or weeks to develop with a high level of sugar in the blood of a person, including:
– Tired constant feeling:
"High blood sugar" may seem like an incubator, but in reality you can feel tired and tired all the time, because your body cells can not properly use glucose or sugar in your blood to generate energy for your daily activities.
– Misty Vision:
Unclear vision is a sign of high blood sugar, high levels of glucose in the body can cause swelling of the eye lenses, so it is difficult to focus on one point, but if it does not heal, blurred vision due to high blood sugar According to Russia, today it leads to loss of vision.
– I can not stop my urination:
When the level of sugar in the blood stream rises, the kidneys will work excessively to filter the surplus sugar that the body does not use to generate energy.
This additional glucose results in urine, so that more glucose has a person, more urine must be urinated.
– Permanent Thirst:
A constant need for urination can also increase the level of thirst when a person often urinates, the fluid coming from the tissue is excreted together with glucose, which causes the body to dry quickly and cause the person to feel more than usual.
– Pain needs a lot of time to treat:
High blood sugar can also slow down the flow of blood, resulting in the slow ability of the body to heal.
As a result, it may take longer to start all the ulcers, especially on the feet. In addition, a person susceptible to further infections of the bladder may be due to a slow flow of blood.
– hardening of fingers and legs:
High levels of blood sugar can change blood consistency, and excess sugar can lead to lower selenium, therefore limbs and some members of the body can be destroyed due to a lack of blood flow.
– Chronic headache:
High blood sugar can affect hormones that play a role in the functioning of the brain, so a person with this height can often have headaches.
In particular, epinephrine and noradrenaline hormones cause the expansion and narrowing of the blood vessels in the brain, causing permanent headaches.