Source: Medical News Today
Do you know that besides being a deadly disease, diabetes also comes with its own horror? Diabetes literally damages the veins and nerves of the human body and can even lead to an amputation of either the hand or leg(s).
In this article, I am going to be showing you certain signs you will notice in your hands and legs which might insinuate that your blood sugar has risen.
1) Sensations of tingling and burning
The likelihood of experiencing tingling and burning feelings increases when your blood sugar level rises above 180 mg/dl before eating.
This condition can affect your legs, as well as the tops of your toes and fingers. You should try to see a doctor as soon as possible if you detect these symptoms for the first time.
After all, it's possible that delaying treatment could lead to nerve damage, which could lead to amputation of that bodily portion.
2 )wound Healing takes longer than usual
This is one of the warning indications that your blood sugar level has risen to a dangerous level and has to be addressed.
Your wounds taking longer to heal indicates that you may have neglected the burning and tingling sensations that occurred during the healing process.
As one of the most significant stages of diabetes, it's important to take action as soon as you discover it.
3) appearance of dark on your legs
When dark patches appear on your legs in addition to wounds. It could be a warning indication of nerve damage caused by high blood sugar levels, so be aware of it.
Make sure you don't scratch those black patches on your legs, and make an appointment with your doctor if they appear frequently.
Taking high blood sugar for granted has resulted in the death of many people throughout history.
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