Frequent urination: If your blood sugar is consistently high, your kidneys may work to eliminate the excess sugar through increased urination.
Increased thirst: Frequent urination can lead to dehydration, causing you to feel more thirsty than usual.
Fatigue: Fluctuating blood sugar levels can result in persistent tiredness and low energy levels.
Weight loss or gain: Unexplained weight loss can occur when the body is not properly using glucose for energy.
Increased hunger: When blood sugar levels are imbalanced, you may experience more frequent and intense hunger cravings.
Blurred vision: High blood sugar can cause temporary changes in the shape of the lens in your eyes, resulting in blurred vision.
Slow-healing wounds: Elevated blood sugar levels can impair the body's ability to heal wounds or infections.
Frequent infections: Poorly controlled blood sugar levels can weaken the immune system, making you more susceptible to infections, such as urinary tract infections or yeast infections.