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The US and Canada and much of the westernized world is in the midst of a Diabetes epidemic, but this is just the tip of the iceberg when it come underlying metabolic disruption caused by Insulin. Part of the iceberg that is visible and that people know about is hyperglycemia, but the part that is invisible and that few are aware of is hyperinsulinemia, which often precedes diagnosis of pre - Diabetes or Type 2 Diabetes for decades. It is this high circulating level of Insulin that contributes to significant risk of developing cardiovascular disease including heart attack and stroke, hypertension, elevated cholesterol and triglycerides, non - alcoholic Fatty liver, poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome, Alzheimers disease and other forms of dementia, as well as certain forms of cancer including breast and colon / bowel cancer. High blood sugar may or may not be a symptom of high levels of Insulin levels and in early stages of metabolic dysfunction, almost 75% of people will have normal fasting blood Glucose yet have abnormally high levels of circulating Insulin. As a result, these people are at increased risk of metabolic diseases mentioned above, but unlike someone already diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes, they have no idea! High circulating levels of Insulin are entirely Miss by most routine lab tests because blood sugar is being monitored as the first indication that someone is becoming Insulin resistant. By time blood glucose levels are abnormal, - cells of the pancreas that produce Insulin are already being over - taxed to the point of exhaustion. Physicians have answers but oftentimes are ask the wrong questions. That is, having normal fasting blood sugar or even HbA1C does not necessarily mean everything is fine. Most sobering is that by the time a person is diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes, they have already lost ~40% of their beta - cell mass, sometimes more - cell loss which is currently thought to be unrecoverable. A healthy human body maintains blood sugar in a tightly - regulated range between 60 - 100 mg / dl. When a healthy person eats food containing carbohydrates - whether as starch in bread, pasta and rice, sugar in milk, fruit, simple table sugar or high fructose corn syrup in commercially prepared foods, special Glucose - sensing cells in small intestine release signalling hormones called incretin hormones in response to presence of these carbohydrates. Incretin hormones tell the pancreas to release Insulin, which in turn tells body cells what to do with energy from food we eat; either burn it or send it to the liver to store it, first as glycogen, and the remainder as fat. This is called fuel partitioning. When the metabolic process responds appropriately, blood sugar rises modestly after eating carbohydrate - base food but is quickly restored to its normal, tightly - regulated range soon afterwards. Metabolic problems begin because people eat foods that contain some form of carbohydrate every few hours, which results in frequent release of Insulin.

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What Is Insulin Resistance?

Something else to keep in mind is that while insulin resistance is often associated with overweight or obesity, millions of people at normal body weight or with healthy body mass index may have chronically high insulin and be at risk for serious health problems. Researchers even have a name for this, when there are clear signs and symptoms of metabolic dysregulation in people at normal body weight: normal weight obesity. So while a slim and trim physique looks nice on the outside, it is no guarantee of health on the inside. After all, not everyone with cardiovascular disease, gout, or hypertension is obese. What they do likely have, however, is chronically high insulin.

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Overview

Insulin resistance increases your risk for progressing to Diabetes. You could be insulin resistant for years without knowing it. This condition typically doesnt trigger any noticeable symptoms. So, it is important your doctor regularly checks your blood glucose levels. The American Diabetes Association estimates that up to 50 percent of people with insulin resistance and prediabetes will develop type 2 Diabetes if they do make lifestyle changes. Being overweight, having high triglycerides, having elevated blood pressure, some people with insulin resistance may also develop skin condition known as acanthosis nigricans. It appears as dark, velvety patches often on the backs of the neck, groin, and armpits. Some experts believe buildup of insulin within skin cells may cause acanthosis nigricans. There is no cure for this condition. But if another condition causes it, treatment may help natural skin color to return.

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Fasting blood glucose test

Table

ResultA1C
Normalless than 5.7%
Prediabetes5.7% to 6.4%
Diabetes6.5% or higher

Normal fasting blood glucose - or blood sugar - is between 70 and 100 milligrams per deciliter or mg / dL for people who do not have Diabetes. Standard diagnosis of Diabetes is made when two separate blood tests show that your fasting blood glucose level is greater than or equal to 126 mg / dL. However, if you have normal fasting blood sugar, but you have risk factors for Diabetes or symptoms of Diabetes, your doctor may decide to do a glucose tolerance test to be sure that you do not have Diabetes. Some people have normal fasting blood sugar reading, but their blood sugar rapidly rises as they eat. These people may have impaired glucose tolerance. If their blood sugar levels are high enough, they may be diagnosed with Diabetes.


A1C

The A1C test is a blood test that measures the percentage of sugar that is attached to your hemoglobin, protein in your red blood cells. The higher A1C, higher your average blood sugar levels have been running over the past two or three months. Hemoglobin A1C test HbA1c test glycosylated hemoglobin test normal A1C is below 5. 7 percent, which corresponds to estimated average blood sugar level thats lower than 117 milligrams per deciliter. A1c between 5. 7 percent and 6. 4 percent suggest prediabetes. A1c of 6. 5 or more indicates type 2 diabetes if the test is confirm. If your results are questionable, your doctor will retest your A1C on another day to confirm diagnosis.


What is prediabetes?

This measures your blood sugar at the time of your test. You can take this test at any time and do need to fast first. A blood sugar level of 200 mg / dL or higher indicates you have diabetes. If your doctor thinks you have type 1 diabetes, your blood may also be tested for autoantibodies that are often present in type 1 diabetes but not in type 2 diabetes. You may have your urine test for ketones, which also indicate type 1 diabetes instead of type 2 diabetes.


Normal and diabetic blood sugar ranges

Fasting blood sugar is blood sugar that is measured after fasting for at least 8 hours. The purpose of doing fasting blood sugar test is to determine how much glucose is in the blood, and this test is commonly used to check for diabetes or prediabetes. Blood tests are usually measured at lab, at doctors office or at hospital. A blood sample may be drawn from a vein in your arm and collected in a tube which will then be analyzed by a lab. Or, blood sample may be obtained by doing fingerstick with lenses

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Table2

ResultFasting Plasma Glucose (FPG)
Normalless than 100 mg/dl
Prediabetes100 mg/dl to 125 mg/dl
Diabetes126 mg/dl or higher

Table3

ResultOral Glucose Tolerance Test (OGTT)
Normalless than 140 mg/dl
Prediabetes140 mg/dl to 199 mg/dl
Diabetes200 mg/dl or higher

Random Blood Sugar Test

ResultA1C TestFasting Blood Sugar TestGlucose Tolerance TestRandom Blood Sugar Test
Diabetes6.5% or above126 mg/dL or above200 mg/dL or above200 mg/dL or above
Prediabetes5.7 - 6.4%100 - 125 mg/dL140 - 199 mg/dLN/A
NormalBelow 5.7%99 mg/dL or below140 mg/dL or belowN/A
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When you should get tested

Random Blood Sugar Test

ResultA1C TestFasting Blood Sugar TestGlucose Tolerance TestRandom Blood Sugar Test
Diabetes6.5% or above126 mg/dL or above200 mg/dL or above200 mg/dL or above
Prediabetes5.7 - 6.4%100 - 125 mg/dL140 - 199 mg/dLN/A
NormalBelow 5.7%99 mg/dL or below140 mg/dL or belowN/A

Testing for Diabetes should begin at about age 40, along with usual tests for cholesterol and other markers of health. Ideally, your doctor will test you at your annual physical exam or preventive screening. Your doctor may recommend testing at a younger age if you: have a sedentary lifestyle, have low good cholesterol level or high triglyceride levels, have parent or sibling with Diabetes are American Indian, African - American, Latino, Asian - American, or Pacific Islander, have high blood pressure, have symptoms of insulin resistance were diagnosed with gestational Diabetes had baby who weigh More than 9 pounds have had stroke children and teens age 10 to 18 may also benefit from Diabetes screening if they are overweight and have two or More of above risk factors for Diabetes.


Tests for Gestational Diabetes

Gestational diabetes can occur when a woman is pregnant. Ada suggests that women with risk factors should be tested for diabetes at their first visit to see if they already have diabetes. Gestational diabetes happens in the second and third trimester. Doctors may use two types of tests to diagnose gestational diabetes. First is the initial glucose challenge test. This test involved drinking glucose syrup solution. Blood is drawn after hour to measure blood sugar levels. A result of 130 to 140 mg / dL or less is considered normal. The higher - than - usual reading indicates the need for further testing. Follow - up glucose tolerance testing involves not eating anything overnight. The initial blood sugar level is a measure. Expectant mom then drinks high - sugar solution. Blood sugar is then checked hourly for three hours. If a woman has two or more higher - than - usual readings, results indicate gestational diabetes. The second test involves doing a two - hour glucose tolerance test, similar to the one described above. One out - of - range value would be diagnostic for gestational diabetes using this test.


Blood sugar test

People can measure their blood sugar levels with either a blood sugar meter or a continuous glucose monitor. The Continuous glucose monitor uses sensors to measure blood sugar levels. A doctor inserts a sensor under the skin, usually in the abdomen or arm. Sensors transmit information to monitor that displays glucose levels every few minutes. Blood sugar meters measure the amount of glucose in a drop of blood, usually from the finger. Thoroughly wash hands and disinfect the meter. Gather meter, test strip, lenses and alcohol wipe. Rub hands together to encourage blood flow to fingertips. Turn the meter on and insert the test strip. Wipe fingertips with an alcohol pad and let alcohol evaporate. Prick finger with lancet. Gently squeeze at the base of finger until a drop of blood forms on the fingertip. Place blood droplet on test strip. Wait for the meter to display blood sugar measurement. Record results, adding notes about anything that may have contributed to abnormal reading, such as food or physical activity. Properly dispose of wipe, lancet, and test strip.

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Random Blood Sugar Test

ResultA1C TestFasting Blood Sugar TestGlucose Tolerance TestRandom Blood Sugar Test
Diabetes6.5% or above126 mg/dL or above200 mg/dL or above200 mg/dL or above
Prediabetes5.7 - 6.4%100 - 125 mg/dL140 - 199 mg/dLN/A
NormalBelow 5.7%99 mg/dL or below140 mg/dL or belowN/A

Blood Glucose is measured in mmol / L or mg / dL normal range: 4 to 6 mmol or about 72 to 108 mg / dL. Lab - base testing is required for appropriate diagnosis of Diabetes. Impaired fasting Glucose range: 5. 6 to 6. 9 mmol per L, or 100 to 125 mg / dL impairs Glucose tolerance range at two hours post 75gram oral Glucose ingestion: 7. 8 to 11. 0 mmol, or 140 to 199 mg / dL. Further testing may involve an oral Glucose tolerance test to confirm diagnosis. Advice clients to eat and drink over 150 grams per day of carbohydrate foods for three days. The client will need to fast overnight for at least 8 to 16 hours before the test. Fasting blood sample is collect, and a sweet drink containing 75 grams of Glucose is given to the client after fasting blood sample collection. Further blood samples are collected at two hours following consumption of glucose drink. Oral Glucose tolerance Test: Glucose tolerance range at two hours post 75 - gram oral Glucose ingestion: 11. 1 mmol, or 200 mg / dL. Random venous Blood Glucose of at or above 11. 1mmol / L, or fasting Blood Glucose at or above 7 mmol / L on two or more separate occasions indicates client is likely to have Diabetes. Normal HBA1c: 3. 5 to 6 per cent. Result of glycosylated Hemoglobin > 6. 5% confirmed the presence of diabetes. Pharmacological intervention is required in clients with HBA1c levels greater than 7. 0%. This test is currently recommended to be undertaken to diagnose and provide appropriate ongoing management of diabetic client.S

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Background

You might think it would be obvious if you had high blood sugar, but it is actually entirely possible for signs of high blood sugar to fly under the radar. There are a lot of people who do realize they have High Blood Sugar, so if this is the case for you, you certainly arent alone. As of 2018, more than 34 million people in the US Are Living With Diabetes, condition that occurs when your Blood Sugar is too high, either as result of Insulin Resistance or as result of your pancreas not making any or enough Insulin, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But 21% of adults with Diabetes are unaware they have disease, according to the CDC. In addition to that, there are about 88 million US peopleor more than one in three adultswho have Prediabetes, which occurs when blood sugar is higher than normal but not high enough to be called Diabetes, and only 15% of adults with the condition report that health professional had diagnosed them With illness, CDC say. We have so many individuals at high risk today in the US who are unaware, Betul Hatipoglu, MD, endocrinologist at Cleveland Clinic, told SELF. Give this situation, it is vital to know signs of High Blood Sugar and to seek medical care if you experience them, Dr. Hatipoglu say. With that in mind, here are signs of High Blood Sugar you should be aware of, and what to do if you experience them. But when someone has diabetes, this finely tuned system gets thrown out of whack. In Type 2 Diabetes, which accounts for 90% to 95% of Diabetes in adults, according to CDC, body either ca make enough insulin or ca utilize Insulin well, according to NIDDK. If someone has Prediabetes, their blood glucose will be higher than normal but not quite in the Type 2 Diabetes range yet, per NIDDK. And in Type 1 Diabetes, body does not make Insulin or makes very little. In any case, result is extra sugar hanging around your bloodstream, making you feel like total crap in the short term and putting your health at risk in the long term. Over time, untreated High Blood Sugar can cause additional symptoms, such as: if testing reveals that you have Prediabetes, there are things you can do that may help mitigate or even reverse Prediabetes and prevent Type 2 Diabetes, according to the US National Library of Medicine, including exercising, potentially changing your diet, and taking prescribed medication. If you are diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes, your management plan will likely include strategies like testing your blood sugar often; taking Insulin on a regular basis, particularly when you eat carbs or have High Blood Sugar; and exercising regularly, according to NIDDK.


Do You Have Insulin Resistance?

If you have insulin resistance, you want to become oppositemore insulin sensitive. Physical activity makes you more sensitive to insulin, one reason why it is a cornerstone of diabetes management. Dont wait until youre diagnosed with diabetes to start moving more. The earlier you take action, better off youll be. Weight loss is important too, as is avoiding high blood sugar, reducing stress, and getting enough sleep. These lifestyle changes really work. Talk with your health care provider about how to get start.


What Is High Blood Sugar?

High blood sugar occurs when there is a buildup of excess glucose in the bloodstream. This is a more often concern for someone with diabetes than it is for someone without it. Our bodies are typically pretty great at keeping our blood sugar in perfect balance, Deena Adimoolam, MD, assistant professor of endocrinology at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, told SELF. But in some situations, like when a person has diabetes, high blood sugar can happen. Blood sugar is measured in milligrams per deciliter, and fasting blood sugar of greater than 125 mg / dL is considered hyperglycemic, Cleveland Clinic say. A person can also be considered to have hyperglycemia if their blood glucose level is higher than 180 mg / dL one to two hours after eating, Cleveland Clinic say.

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Insulin Sensitivity

Insulin resistance is name given to when cells of the body do respond properly to hormone Insulin. Insulin resistance is the driving factor that leads to type 2 Diabetes, gestational Diabetes and prediabetes. Insulin resistance is closely associated with obesity; however, it is possible to be Insulin resistant without being overweight or obese. Modern research has shown that Insulin resistance can be combated by treatment methods that reduce how much Insulin the body is producing or takes via Insulin injections or Insulin pumps. Reducing Insulin resistance can be achieved by following low - carbohydrate and ketogenic diets. Insulin resistance is a state where the body does not respond to Insulin as well as it should. It almost like a lack of communication between Insulin and cells of the body. Insulin resistance is a key feature of Type 2 Diabetes. Insulin resistance is a problem because it affects the body in a number of ways. Resistance to Insulin causes the body to produce more Insulin, which leads to increased hunger, higher blood pressure and weight gain. It is still not fully understood what causes Insulin resistance. There does seem to be a strong link between weight gain and Insulin resistance. Studies have shown that significantly reducing calorific intake can improve the body's sensitivity to Insulin.


Do You Have Insulin Resistance?

Whilst the exact cause of insulin resistance is still not fully understood, it is known which factors can lead to insulin resistance developing. Insulin resistance can commonly develop if one or more of the following factors apply: if you are overweight or obese Having high - calorie diet, high - carbohydrate or high - sugar diet Sedentary diet little physical activity Taking high doses of steroids over extended period of time Having chronic stress Having Cushings disease or polycystic ovary disease in terms of what is happening inside body that cause insulin resistance, researchers have observe that insulin resistance occur in people that have: High levels of insulin circulating in their blood Excessive fat store in liver and pancreas High levels of inflammation

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Hyperglycemia - High Blood Sugar

Hyperglycemia means high glucose in the blood. Your body needs glucose to properly function. Your cells rely on glucose for energy. Hyperglycemia is a defining characteristic of diabeteswhen blood glucose level is too high because the body isn't properly using or doesn't make the hormone Insulin. Eating too many processed foods may cause your blood sugar to rise. You get glucose from foods you eat. Carbohydrates, such as fruit, milk, potatoes, bread, and rice, are the biggest source of glucose in the typical diet. Your body breaks down carbohydrates into glucose, and then transports glucose to cells via the bloodstream. The body needs Insulin. However, in order to use glucose, your body needs Insulin. This is a hormone produced by the pancreas. Insulin Help transport glucose into cells, particularly muscle cells. People with Type 1 Diabetes no longer make Insulin to help their bodies use glucose, so they have to take Insulin, which is injected under the skin. People with Type 2 Diabetes may have enough Insulin, but their body doesn't use it well; they are Insulin resistant. Some people with Type 2 Diabetes may not produce enough Insulin. People with Diabetes may become Hyperglycemic if they don't keep their blood glucose level under control. For example, if someone with Type 1 Diabetes doesn't take enough insulin before eating, glucose their body makes from that food can build up in their blood and lead to hyperglycemia. Your endocrinologist will tell you what your target blood glucose levels are. Your levels may be different from what is usually considered as normal because of age, pregnancy, and / or other factors. Fasting Hyperglycemia is defined as when you don't eat for at least eight hours. The recommended range without diabetes is 70 to 130mg / dL. If your blood glucose level is above 130mg / dL, that's fasting Hyperglycemia. Fasting Hyperglycemia is a common diabetes complication. Postprandial or reactive Hyperglycemia occurs after eating. During this type of Hyperglycemia, your liver doesn't stop sugar production, as it normally would directly after meal, and stores glucose as glycogen. If your postprandial blood glucose level is above 180mg / dL, that's postprandial or reactive Hyperglycemia. However, it's not just people with Diabetes who can develop Hyperglycemia. Certain medications and illnesses can cause it, including beta blockers, steroids, and bulimia. This article will focus on Hyperglycemia caused by Diabetes. Early Hyperglycemia Symptoms Early Symptoms of Hyperglycemia, or High blood glucose, may serve as warning even before you test your glucose level. Typical symptoms may include: increased thirst and / or hunger, Frequent urination, Sugar in your urine, Headache blur Vision Fatigue Many symptoms of ketoacidosis are similar to hyperglycemia. Hallmarks of ketoacidosis are: high level of ketones in the urine, shortness of breath, fruit - smelling breath, dry mouth additionally, stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, and confusion may accompany ketoacidosis. Immediate medical attention is highly recommended if you have any of these symptoms. Some people with Diabetes are instructed by their doctor to regularly test ketone levels. Ketone testing is performed in two ways: using urine or using blood.


What are the symptoms of hyperglycemia?

It is especially important to know early signs of hyperglycemia if you have type 1 diabetes. If hyperglycemia is left untreated in people with type 1 diabetes, it can develop into ketoacidosis, where ketones, which are toxic acids, build up in the blood. This condition is an emergency situation that can lead to coma or death. High blood sugar. Increase thirst and / or hunger. Blur vision. Frequent urination. Headache. Fatigue. Weight loss. Vaginal and skin infections. Slow - healing cuts and sores. Vomiting. Dehydration. Unusual fruity smell on breath. Deep labor breathing or hyperventilation. Rapid heartbeat.


Causes

The common cause of hyperglycemia in people with diabetes is the dawn phenomenon. This condition occurs in early morning when certain hormones, such as epinephrine, glucagon, and cortisol, cause the liver to release glucose into the blood. This phenomenon occurs typically around 8 to 10 hours after individual with diabetes goes to sleep. Not all high blood sugar levels in the morning are the result of dawn phenomenon, however. They can also occur as result of eating sugary or high - carbohydrate snacks before bed, taking incorrect dose of medication, or not taking enough insulin. Waking up during the night and testing blood sugar can be an effective way to determine whether these peaks are the result of dawn phenomenon or down to other causes.

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Insulin basics

There are different types of Insulin depending on how quickly they work, when they peak and how long they last. Insulin is available in different strengths; most common is U - 100. All insulin available in the United States is manufactured in laboratory, but animal insulin can still be imported for personal use. Inside the pancreas, hormone Insulin is made in beta cells, which are part of the Islets of Langerhans. These islets also have alpha cells, which make glucagon, as well as delta cells. With each meal, beta cells release Insulin to help the body use or store blood Sugar it gets from food. In beta cells, Insulin is created first big molecule called proinsulin. Proinsulin is broken into two pieces: Insulin and C - peptide. C - peptide is important, especially when determining treatment because it can be used to measure how much Insulin a person is making. The more C - peptide a person has, more Insulin they making. This can help providers determine how much Insulin to prescribe. In people with Type 1 Diabetes, pancreas no longer makes Insulin. Beta cells have been destroyed and they need Insulin shots to use glucose in meals. People with Type 2 Diabetes make Insulin, but their bodies don't respond well to it. Some people with Type 2 Diabetes need Diabetes pills or Insulin shots to help their bodies use glucose for energy. Insulin cannot be taken as a pill because it would break down during digestion just like protein in food. It must be injected into fat under your skin for it to get into your blood. In some rare cases, Insulin can lead to allergic reaction at the injection site. Talk to your doctor if you believe you may be experiencing a reaction.

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What is pre-diabetes?

Physical activity and weight loss help the body respond better to insulin. By losing weight and being more physically active, people with insulin resistance or pre - Diabetes may avoid developing type 2 Diabetes. The Diabetes Prevention Program and other large studies have shown that people with pre - Diabetes can often prevent or delay diabetes if they lose a modest amount of weight by cutting fat and calorie intake and increasing physical activity example, walking 30 minutes a day 5 days a week. Losing just 5 to 7 percent of body weight prevents or delays Diabetes by nearly 60 percent. In DPP, people aged 60 or older who make lifestyle changes lower their chances of developing Diabetes by 70 percent. Many participants in the lifestyle intervention group returned to normal blood glucose levels and lowed their risk of developing heart disease and other problems associated with diabetes. Dpp also shows that diabetes drug metformin reduces the risk of developing Diabetes by 31 percent. People with insulin resistance or pre - Diabetes can help their body use insulin normally by being physically active, making wise food choices, and reaching and maintaining a healthy weight. Physical activity helps muscle cells use blood glucose for energy by making cells more sensitive to insulin.

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