The values representing normal blood sugar levels in a healthy individual should lie between 75mg/dl to 120mg/dl. Anything that overshoots this range should be considered high. Although, a single reading may not be sufficient to deduce. Doctors may advise you to repeat the tests within a period of a few weeks or days to confirm the diagnosis. Once detected, high blood sugar levels need to be controlled with dexterity. The effects of prolonged high blood sugar levels in an individual could be lethal.
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The only way to minimise the ill effects of prolonged high blood sugar can only be minimised through effective management. You should immediately consult your diebetologist and seek effective guidance on the administration of insulin and lifestyle changes.
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