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Clinical Issues

Sugar Imbalance

An imbalance in the body’s blood sugar levels is known as sugar imbalance. It has a great impact on the body and on activities performed by the human body. High blood sugar level also known as diabetes or hyperglycaemia is occurs when the blood sugar is over 130mg/dL during fasting and higher than or equal to 180mg/dL after eating. Blood sugar levels are regulated by insulin, which is a hormone secreted by Pancreas. It is required for the absorption of glucose and affects people with both Type-1 and Type-2 diabetes. High blood sugar for a prolonged period can cause damage to the nerves, blood vessels and organs.
Common symptoms associated with sugar imbalance are:
1. Anxiety
2. Stress
3. Bad breath
4. Constant fatigue
5. Poor concentration
6. Mood swings
7. Abnormal weight gain
8. Loss of sleep
9. Sweating
10. Frequent urination
11. Increased thirst and headaches
12. Damage to eyes, hearing, blood vessels and kidneys
  • Reduce the intake of sugar
  • Eat more fruits and green vegetables
  • Sleep well
  • Follow a moderate exercise program unless you have a high count of ketones in the urine
  • Eat protein-packed snacks between the meals
  • Drink 3-4 litres of water
  • Do not think too much and reduce stress
  • Do not drink sodas, alcohol or soft drinks
  • Do not skip meals
  • Do not eat foods rich in carbohydrates and fat
  • Consult a doctor and follow the medication accordingly
  • Do not exercise if are tested positive for ketones in urine