As blood sugar levels rise, you may experience an increase in thirst, headaches, lethargy and passing more urine than usual – especially at night.
It’s good practice to test for high blood sugar using a blood glucose monitor.
If you find you’re consistently suffering from high blood sugar, long-term health issues can occur.
For example, the blood vessels within your body can become damaged, leading to a heart attack or stroke.
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