High Blood Sugar Symptoms Cover a Wide Range of Physical Problems
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High Blood Sugar Symptoms

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High blood sugar symptoms cover a very wide range of physical problems. There are many consequences possible from an inappropriate or excessive use of sugar. Side effects cover a wide range of symptoms. Following is a list of those that have been reported in a variety of medical journals and other scientific publications.

Sugar may have the following effects and cause, contribute to the cause of or worsen the following conditions:

  1. addiction
  2. adrenal gland function is slowed
  3. adrenaline can rise rapidly, hyperactivity, anxiety and crankiness in children
  4. advanced glycation end products (AGEs) increased; (Sugar molecules attaching to and thereby damaging proteins in the body)
  5. ages skin by changing the structure of collagen
  6. aging prematurely including wrinkles and grey hair
  7. alcoholism
  8. allergies to foods
  9. alpha, delta, and theta brain waves increased; alteration of ability to think clearly
  10. Alzheimer's
  11. antisocial behaviour in juvenile rehabilitation camps decreased 44% on low sugar diet
  12. appendicitis
  13. arthritis
  14. asthma
  15. atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease
  16. attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) worsened
  17. bowel movement impaired
  18. cancer cells feed; has been connected with the development of cancer of the breast, ovaries, prostate, rectum, pancreas, lung, gallbladder and stomach
  19. Candida Albicans (yeast) overgrowth
  20. capillary linings are compromised
  21. cataracts and nearsightedness
  22. cell death
  23. cholesterol (bad and total) and triglycerides can rise significantly and good cholesterol decreases
  24. chronic degenerative diseases promoted
  25. CO2 production affected when given to premature babies
  26. dehydration of newborns
  27. depression
  28. dizziness
  29. DNA structure damage
  30. drowsiness and decreased activity in children
  31. eczema in children
  32. elasticity of tissues can be lost
  33. emotional stability decreased
  34. emphysema
  35. enzymes function is decreased
  36. epileptic seizures
  37. fat in bloodstream increased by 2 to 5 times (compared to starch intake)
  38. fluid retention increased
  39. food intake increased in obese subjects due to rapid sugar uptake
  40. free radicals and oxidative stress increased
  41. gallstones
  42. digestive tract problems such as: acidic digestive tract, indigestion, malabsorption in patients with functional bowel disease, increased risk of Crohn's disease, and ulcerative colitis
  43. gestation duration decreased; 2X risk for delivering a small-for-gestational-age (SGA) infant
  44. gout
  45. glucose fasting levels increased and can cause reactive hypoglycemia
  46. glucose levels and insulin responses in oral contraceptive users elevated
  47. gum and periodontal disease
  48. hemorrhoids
  49. high blood pressure in obese people
  50. headaches, including migraines
  51. homeostasis of many body systems impaired
  52. hormonal imbalances such as: increasing estrogen in men, exacerbating PMS, and decreasing growth hormone
  53. immunity suppressed
  54. insulin sensitivity decreased, abnormally high insulin levels and diabetes
  55. kidneys increase in size and undergo pathological changes such as kidney stones
  56. learning capacity reduced
  57. liver increased in size and fat content
  58. metabolic processes become abnormal
  59. mineral balances upset; chromium and copper deficiencies; calcium and magnesium absorption impaired
  60. multiple sclerosis
  61. osteoporosis
  62. oxygen to brain is cut off during I.V.s (intravenous feedings)
  63. pancreatic damage
  64. Parkinson's
  65. polio
  66. platelet adhesion increased (in subjects with peripheral vascular disease);increases risk of blood clots and strokes
  67. protein absorption impaired
  68. protein structure changed and alters the way the proteins act in the body
  69. saliva becomes acidic contributing to tooth decay, and periodontal disease
  70. systolic blood pressure increased tendons become more brittle
  71. toxemia during pregnancy
  72. urinary electrolyte composition is adversely effected
  73. varicose veins
  74. weight gain and obesity
  75. Vitamin E levels lowered
That is a long list! The best way to avoid these high blood sugar symptoms and the associated pain is to adopt a lifestyle that maintains blood sugar levels at optimum levels.

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