Blood Sugar in Our Body and Diabetes

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ckdsite Posted: Tue, Jul 17 2012 7:41 AM

Blood sugar mainly refers to the blood glucose in the body. For normal persons, the level of blood sugar is steady. After meal, the level of blood sugar will be a little higher, which will not be higher than 180mg/dl. The FBG( fasting blood sugar) is steady relatively, which is 70-110mg/dl(3.9-6.1mmol/L). All the energy the body needs comes from glucose. So the blood sugar must be enough so that it can meet the need of the body.

The normal range of FBG is 80 to 120 mg%. If it is more than 130, people will suffer high blood sugar. If it is less than 70, people will suffer from low blood glucose. Long time hunger, continuous strenuous work, etc can lead to low blood sugar. At this time, brain tissue will firstly realize it and then people will have dizziness, heart beating faster, hunger and so on.

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