Hyperglycemia or High blood sugar can affect people with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes and it is a major concern, and necessary for people to know it's causes, symptoms, and remedies. there are two main kinds, that is: Fasting hyperglycemia: this is when the blood sugar is above 7.2mmol/l (130 mg/dl) after not eating or taking water for at least eight(8) hours. Postprandial (after-meal hyperglycemia): this is blood sugar that is above 10mmol/l (180mg/dl) when tested two hours after you have eaten. Blood sugar levels for people without diabetes after a meal is rarely over 7.8mmol/l (140mg/dl). If you have frequent high blood glucose (hyperglycemia) it can cause damage to your blood vessels, nerves, and organs. it can also lead to some complications or serious conditions. people with type 1with type 1 diabetes are prone to Ketoacidosis (it is a build-up of acids in the blood) For people with type 2 diabetes or at risk of it too because too high blood sugar can lead to a compl
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