Hyperglycemia is fasting blood glucose over 125 mg/dL (a person with this level has diabetes).
Hyperglycemia may affect anyone.
If you have a family history of uncontrolled diabetes due to diet or medication, stress, infections, inadequate physical activity, or a high-fat/carbohydrate diet.
Fatigue, increased urination/thirst, and visual abnormalities are high blood sugar symptoms. Consult a doctor about your diabetes risk.
One to two nutritious meals a day helps reduce and maintain your blood sugar. The more carbs you eat, the higher blood sugar you have.
Water prevents dehydration. Dehydrated kidneys have trouble urinating excess glucose.
Chronic stress increases blood sugar-raising hormones (cortisol and glucagon). Reducing stress (even temporarily) can reduce these chemicals.
GCMs can help reduce blood sugar. It shows how your body reacts in real time to meals. This can lead to dietary modifications and a fast drop in blood sugar.
Yes, sleep may drop blood sugars rapidly. Sleep loss raises cortisol. Sleep deprivation can lead to poor eating choices, inactivity, and a melancholy or nervous attitude.