Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes

High Blood Sugar Symptoms and Hypoglycemia (Low Blood Sugar) Symptoms

Did you know that diabetes (diabetes mellitus) and hypoglycemia are related? Hypoglycemia is low blood sugar and diabetes is high blood sugar, so you would think that these two sets of symptoms or conditions are not related at all. But in fact, they are. If the blood sugar goes too high after eating, many times it can fall to low later after the body responds to the high sugar.

Symptoms of high blood sugar can include fatigue, falling asleep after a meal, groggy thinking, weight gain, decreased fat burning, and mood swings.

Symptoms of low blood sugar can include decreased fat burning, increase belly fat, fatigue, brain fog, food cravings, irritability, racing heart, and even sweating. These are responses to your body to get more sugar into the blood.

When your body is not responding to blood sugar correctly, you can over-produce insulin, and since insulin stores sugar as fat, you gain weight, while leaving less sugar in your blood later, causing low blood sugar.

No medications can reverse diabetes or diabetes symptoms. But there are secrets that you must learn to reverse it yourself. If you’re looking for help with diabetes symptoms near you, call now!

“Hey, this is Dr Lachman. I’m sad to report that the diabetic mother of a friend of mine just got out of the hospital with heart failure. The heart failure is so bad that she’s dying, and the drug that she takes to keep the fluid from accumulating in her lungs causes so much urination she doesn’t want to take it. But without it she will die. And, my friend reports that the wound on her leg likely will never heal due to the diabetes. I want to let you know that this poor woman is having these symptoms because her body can’t process sugars in her diet, making her circulation to her leg and heart bad. Don’t let this happen to you or your loved one.”