Diabetes-related Diseases



The main cause for Hyperglycemia cells resistance to the insulin hormone, or when its production is reduced by the pancreas.


  • Eating large amounts of carbohydrates.
  • Lacking physical activity.
  • An illness or infection.
  • Taking certain types of medications that affect insulin secretion.
  • Not to change the injection sites of syringes continuously or focus on one place, which leads to resistance to insulin absorption.
  • Inadequate insulin or medication taken to treat diabetes.
  • Stress and Anxiety.


  • Increased feeling of thirst and frequent urination.
  • Headaches and difficulty concentrating.
  • Blurred vision.
  • Fatigue, vertigo, dizziness, drowsiness, exhaustion, general weakness, weight loss.
  • The appetite to eat increases at any time.

How to manage Hyperglycemia:

If the blood glucose level increases to 240 mg/dL, the patient must use ketone measurement strips in the urine. If they are positive, this is one of the danger signs, he must go to the doctor to adjust the medication plan and reduce the glucose level to avoid a coma.

Last Update : 29 August 2023 02:55 PM
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