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Diabetes is a disorder of a person’s metabolism. As such, it can cause problems with glucose and insulin levels. Glucose is the fuel for energy the...
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Everyone with diabetes should test their blood sugar, or glucose, levels regularly. Knowing your blood sugar levels allows you to alter your diabetes...
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Normally, insulin is released from the pancreas when the amount of sugar (glucose) in the blood increases, such as after eating. Insulin stimulates...
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The sugar in our blood, also known as blood glucose, is used for growth and energy. Blood glucose comes from the foods that we eat, the breakdown of...
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At present, the diagnosis of diabetes or prediabetes is based in an arbitrary cut-off point for a normal blood sugar level. A normal sugar level is...
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Yes, the fluctuations do appear to be normal. I do not think that your yawns, dizziness, feeling cranky or shaky presentation are related...
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There is some research that apple cider vinegar may help with blood sugar control. One study discussed in this WebMD article, showed that taking 2...
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People with pre-diabetes, a state between "normal" and "diabetes," are at risk for developing diabetes, heart attacks, and strokes. However, studies...
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Large changes in a person’s blood glucose levels over the past month will show up in their A1C test result, but the A1C does not show sudden...
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The high fasting blood sugar places you at a higher risk for developing diabetes in the future. This along with the a high C-peptide indicates...
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Blood glucose monitoring or testing is a method of testing how much sugar is in your blood. Home blood glucose monitoring involves pricking your...
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500mg/dl is a very high blood glucose that needs attention from a health professional.  The American Diabetes Association recommends the...
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A fasting plasma glucose test (FPG) is the preferred method of screening for diabetes. The FPG measures a person's blood sugar level after fasting or...
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Well, it's certainly not a situation anyone wants to be in. Extremely low blood sugar levels can lead to coma -- which isn't a good outcome...