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9 Signs Your Blood Sugar Is Out of Control

You’re Hungrier Than Usual but Losing Weight

Many people with uncontrolled high blood sugar find that they’re hungrier than usual, which signals a symptom called polyphagia, MedlinePlus notes. And although you’re eating more, you may be losing weight for no apparent reason if your blood sugar levels are too high, according to the Mayo Clinic.

“Since your body is not getting energy from the preferred source, glucose, it has to turn to muscle and fat,” Zanini explains. “When your body starts breaking down muscle and fat for energy, you experience unintentional and unhealthy weight loss.” In addition to these changes in weight and appetite, you may notice weakness in your muscles and experience more frequent falls, Emanuele adds.

You Feel Tiredness and Fatigue Constantly 

Fatigue and extreme tiredness are symptoms of uncontrolled blood sugar, the ADA says. “Simply put, when your body is not processing insulin properly or it doesn’t have sufficient amounts of insulin, the sugar is staying in our blood rather than getting into our cells to be used for energy,” Zanini says. Also, frequent urination can lead to dehydration, which Bandukwala identifies as another contributing factor to fatigue.

You Have Noticeably Blurry Vision and Frequent Headaches

More at

https://www.everydayhealth.com/hs/type-2-diabetes-management/blood-sugar-uncontrolled-pictures/?slot=0&xid=nl_EHNLdiabetes_2022-09-14_29045526&utm_source=Newsletters&nl_key=nl_living_with_diabetes&utm_content=2022-09-14&utm_campaign=Living_with_Diabetes&zdee=gAAAAABij-27YopTOCQbY23tVCimpqhXLUjFAWydwlN6MnjSdgGc4OymPyk5OxW2XVJ3x7pzg9JeFA_EnoFuVAwcxf59uGmM7jC39uZo0DCOMOZUL3lE7GU%3D

 

 

 

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