Indicator of blood sugar changes gradually. And the human body begins to inform the emergence of different signs. However, many do not always pay attention to them or start to look for the cause elsewhere. Therefore, it is necessary to know the primary symptoms of hyperglycemia, in time to notice the appeared symptoms and to seek help from a specialist.
The main signs of high blood sugar include:
- thirst, dry mouth at night;
- frequent urination;
- weight loss in the short term;
- fatigue, weakness, drowsiness;
headaches, nausea, sometimes vomiting;
- poor wound healing;
- itching;
- possible blurred vision;
- decreased immunity, frequent viral diseases.
In the case of at least one of the following signs must immediately consult a doctor and take blood tests. The specialist will determine the need to use drugs or will prescribe a diet to help lower sugar levels in blood serum.
Hyperglycemia require treatment. Elevated blood sugar leads to irreversible changes and the occurrence of severe diseases.
There are many reasons for the occurrence of hyperglycemia. Primarily these include pathology of the endocrine system such as diabetes, thyroid disease, increased release of adrenaline in the blood, Cushing's syndrome, and other reasons causing the concentration of sugar in the blood.
To the group of physiological factors contributing to the emergence of hyperglycemia include:
- increased physical and psychological stress;
- stress, stimulating an increased release of adrenaline;
- non-Smoking.
Cause short-term rise in blood sugar levels could be the use of certain drugs, e.g. oral contraceptives, psychotropics, diuretics, steroid anti-inflammatory drugs. Prolonged use of such tools can lead to diabetes.
Disease of the pancreas are also common cause of increase of blood sugar and development of diabetes of the second type.
Thus, the increase of sugar in the blood serum is always accompanied by different symptoms. A timely appeal to the specialist will allow establish the correct diagnosis and start treatment. At an early stage to reduce the sugar by adhering to a diet and physical exercise.