Hyperglycemia

Hyperglycemia Teaching 770

Patient was instructed on hyperglycemia disease. Hyperglycemia one of the classic symptoms excessive urination. But also feeling ill, nausea, with vomiting, stomach pain, dehydration (dry mouth and skin) fruity acetone breath, deep rapid breathing, drowsiness and mental illness are other hyperglycemia symptoms.

Hyperglycemia Teaching 771

Patient was instructed on symptoms of hyperglycemia. Excessive hunger. inappropriate hunger or over eating. Excessive eating is called "polyphagia" (or hyperphagia) and can cause an increase in the appetite and excessive hunger for food.

Hyperglycemia Teaching 815

Patient was instructed on prevention to avoid hyperglycemia: take the medication as directed. Eat less. Sometimes it helps to eat less and avoid sugary beverages. Responding in changes in blood sugar can help in the prevention of long-term complications of diabetes.

Hyperglycemia Teaching 728

Patient was instructed on Hyperglycemia. Careful control is needed to reduce the risk of long term complications. This is theoretically achievable with a combinations of diet, exercises, and weight loss, various diabetic drugs, and insulin use.

Hyperglycemia Teaching 729

Patient was instructed on Hyperglycemia. The way diabetes is managed changes with age. Insulin production decrease because of age-related impairment of pancreatic beta cells. Additionally insulin resistance increase because of the loss of lean tissue and the accumulation of fat, particularly intra-abdominal fat, and the decreased tissue sensitivity to insulin.

Hyperglycemia Teaching 730

Patient was instructed on Hyperglycemia. Glucose tolerance progressively declines with age, leading to a high prevalence of type 2 diabetes and post challenge hyperglycemia in the older population. Age-related glucose intolerance in humans is often accompanied by insulin.

Hyperglycemia Teaching 743

Patient was instructed on Hyperglycemia. The following symptoms may be associated with acute or chronic hyperglycemia: blurred vision, fatigue, poor wound healing, dry mouth, dry or itchy skin, frequent hunger, thirst and urination.

Hyperglycemia Teaching 744

Patient was instructed on Hyperglycemia. Frequent hunger without other symptoms can also indicate that blood sugar levels are too low. This may occur when people who have diabetes take too much oral hypoglycemic medication or insulin for the amount of food they eat.

Hyperglycemia Teaching 745

Patient was instructed on Hyperglycemia. Diabetes can be reduced making changes in diet and increasing physical activity. It is recommended to maintain an healthy weight having a modest fat intake and eating sufficient fiber.

Hyperglycemia Teaching 746

Patient was instructed on Hyperglycemia. The American Diabetes Association does not recommend alcohol consumption, but it is interesting to note that moderate alcohol intake may reduce the risk of high blood sugar.