The number of patients suffering from high blood sugar i.e. diabetes is increasing, eating too much sweet and staying away from a healthy lifestyle including mental stress leads to diabetes.
If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, then there are some parts of the body that indicate that you have high blood sugar, which experts say to keep an eye on.
The high blood sugar ratio in the body affects the blood vessels present in the retina of the eye, which causes eye problems such as blurred vision, cataract and other problems.
Sugar also affects the retina to such an extent that the patient may also lose his vision.
Diabetes affects your feet in two ways, the first is through nerve damage that deprives your feet of any kind of feeling, the second is the lack of blood circulation to the feet properly, which also makes it difficult to heal the wounds on the feet.
Kidneys filter toxins and waste from the body, but due to diabetes, this disease damages the blood vessels, which is also known as diabetic nephropathy and its symptoms include inflammation in the feet, lack of normal blood pressure and protein in the stomach.
Like the eyes and kidneys, high blood sugar also causes severe damage to the nerves, which is called diabetic neuropathy, its symptoms include numbness of the body, pain and damage to the ability to feel temperature, tingling or burning sensation.
A person suffering from high blood sugar is always at risk of suffering from stroke and heart problems because sugar affects the blood vessels and increases blood pressure.