Health Tip: Recognizing Symptoms of Hyperglycemia

High blood sugar may be dangerous

(HealthDay News) -- Hyperglycemia, the medical term for high blood sugar, is a prime cause of complications among people with diabetes.

The American Diabetes Association mentions these warning signs of hyperglycemia:

  • Having a high blood glucose reading.
  • Having above-normal levels of sugar in the urine.
  • Urinating frequently.
  • Feeling increasingly thirsty.
Diana Kohnle

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