The levels of blood sugar indicate the amount of glucose that you have in your blood. The glucose is a sugar type which is the source of energy for our bodies and that is why it is essential for us. High levels of blood sugar, or hyperglycemia is a condition that might occur because of the body’s problem with the proper glucose processing. The hyperglycemia is a condition that might last a very long time and it is able to damage a lot of various body parts permanently!
Here are some of the body parts:
- Blood vessels
The reasons for an increase in this kind of problems for the diabetics is variable, and it is dependent on some factors. Something like missing a dosage of your medications, dehydration, cold, over snacking, stress etc.
Here are the signs of high blood sugar:
- Blurred vision
- Frequent urination
- Dry mouth
- Issues concentrating
- Stomach issues
- Slow healing of wounds
- Extreme tiredness
- Increased thirst
- Itchy skin
- Dry skin
- Weight gain
- Nerve issues
Doesn’t sound fun at all does it? Luckily for us, there are measures we can take to prevent high blood sugar issues. You can reduce your blood sugar levels with glycemic foods. Low GI foods should be consumed on a daily basis.
Low GI foods include things like one egg, one cup of broccoli, one cup of walnuts, one turkey sausage, and so forth. The right foods can be pretty amazing in the correct amounts. For a list of low GI foods and more information on this issue please watch the videos below. If you want to avoid high blood pressure or reduce your already high blood pressure then I highly suggest adding more of these low GI foods to your diet.
Sources and References: www.healthyfoodteam.com