Thirst, tiredness, frequent urination, headaches and blurred vision, are all signs of high blood glucose level.1
Struggling to maintain your blood sugar within the normal range?!
You can do it. Mostly diabetic persons can lead healthy life through few measures that can help manage their case.1
Regular follow ups to your health care provider and setting a customized life-plan can help. Diabetics should aim at maintaining normal blood glucose levels (80-130 mg/dl before meals) (<180 mg/dL after meals). This can be reached with both medication and healthy life style procedures.1
Generally, diabetics should try to stay physically active through 30 minutes of moderate exercise on most days of the week. It is unquestionable that you should check your blood sugar prior exercising.1, 2
All three of blood glucose, blood pressure and cholesterol should be checked often and controlled to help prevent the risk of other health problems such as heart attack, stroke, or other diabetes complications.1
In cases of having severe chest pain, trouble moving your limbs, vision, speech, or balance problems, call your doctor for a follow up.3