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Old 02-18-2010, 12:33 AM
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Last time I checked my blood sugar and surprised, it was lower side i.e. 65 mg/100ml. According to many authors on this, it is hypoglycemia (low blood sugar level) if blood sugar fasting is below 70 mg.
Since than I am taking food on regular timely manner.
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The normal blood sugar range is 70-125 mg/100 ml of fasting blood and 120-180 mgs/100 ml of 2 hour post prandial (after taking food) blood. If you have more than this you have diabetes.
What is yours blood sugar level?
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Blood sugar is two edge sword just like blood pressure, if more is problem if less it is also a problem. Keep you blood sugar within normal limit and for that you need regular exercise and a healthy diet.
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Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) is more dangerous than hyperglycemia (high blood sugar), because hypoglycemia affects immediately, by hyperglycemia is very slow acting, i.e. it takes years to have some effect.
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