Elevated blood glucose levels cause prolonged fatigue

One of the nonspecific symptoms is fatigue.

When blood sugar spikes, the body tries to make enough insulin (the hormone responsible for regulating blood sugar levels) to balance.

If there is not enough insulin or the body does not react to insulin as it should, then the body will take fat to produce the necessary energy.

Patients often feel tired despite sleeping well, eating healthy, and exercising regularly.

If the fatigue lasts more than two weeks, then you should see a visit.

For people with diabetes, these symptoms indicate that the current treatment plan is no longer effective.

Managing diabetes fatigue is important for people with type one and type two diabetes.

The best way to manage the symptoms or complications of the disease is to see a doctor.

The doctor can change the treatment plan, diet, encourage more exercise, reduce stress, create a good night’s sleep …