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what should be symptoms of sugar levels being very low or very high

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If it is lower than 70,one may get shivering,restlessness,loss of temper and weakness.In extreme cases.it may result in diabetic coma also which is really dangerous.

When it goes too high. high thirst,hunger,craving for sweets ,itchiness,even small wounds not healing properly and frequent urination are the symptoms.Best is to visit a diagnostic lab on empty stomach in the morning and get yourself tested.


Symptoms you may have when your blood sugar gets too low include:--

* Double vision or blurry vision

* Fast or pounding heartbeat

* Feeling cranky or acting aggressive

* Feeling nervous

* Headache

* Hunger

* Shaking or trembling

* Sweating

* Tingling or numbness of the skin

* Tiredness or weakness

* Trouble sleeping

* Unclear thinking

Sometimes your blood sugar may be too low, even if you do not have symptoms. If your blood sugar gets too low, you may:--

* Faint

* Have a seizure

* Go into a coma

The following symptoms may be associated with acute or chronic hyperglycemia, with the first three composing the classic hyperglycemic triad:

* Polyphagia - frequent hunger, especially pronounced hunger

* Polydipsia - frequent thirst, especially excessive thirst

* Polyuria - frequent urination

* Blurred vision

* Fatigue (sleepiness)

* Weight loss

* Poor wound healing (cuts, scrapes, etc.)

* Dry mouth

* Dry or itchy skin

* Tingling in feet or heels

* Erectile dysfunction

* Recurrent infections, external ear infections (swimmer's ear)

* Cardiac arrhythmia

* Stupor

* Coma

* Seizures







Very informative......... thank you.........