Symptoms of High Blood Sugar : Numbness or Tingling

It is compulsory for every diabetes people to know the various
symptoms of the aftereffects of high blood sugar. Knowing this will
help patients to quickly respond to the complications of high blood

One of the consequences of consistent, persistent and uncontrolled
high blood sugar or diabetes is nerve damage (called peripheral
NEUROPATHY). It is typically a sign
of chronically elevated blood sugars.

Adhering strictly to diabetes medications and diets are some of the
ways to prevent and control neuropathy.

Exercise is another effective way to prevent or control neuropathy in
relation to diabetes or high blood sugar. Exercise such as walking for
like 30 minutes or engaging in other household activities that will
make you active and sweat or make your heart beat faster everyday will
help you to control your high blood sugar and nerve damage.

Make sure you are taking care of your foot regularly if you are neuropathy.


1. Patients with diabetes neuropathy may not
realize they have been injured
from a cut

2. Neuropathy diabetes may not realize that a wound is becoming infected.

3. Neuropathy may make diabetes patients to be oversensitive to pain as they
might experience severe and
constant pain from otherwise
painless stimulation.

4. Nerve damage as a result of diabetes will results in numbness or
tingling in your hands and feet, as well as the inability to feel pain
temperature changes.


Persistent and uncontrolled high blood sugar can cause diabetes
neuropathy or nerve damage. This symptoms should prompt diabetics to
quickly plan how to bring their blood sugar down to the normal level
through medications, diets, exercise and other lifestyle changes.

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