Dehydration And High Blood Sugar

Hyperglycaemia is the medical term for a high blood sugar (glucose) level. (hhs) – severe dehydration caused by the body trying to get rid of excess sugar; this tends to affect people with type 2 diabetes; regularly having high blood sugar levels for long periods of time (over months or years) can result in permanent damage to parts of. This article will explain how dehydration affects blood sugar levels, how much water we should drink each day, if your blood sugar is high does that cause your pressure level to be high as well. i’m on metphormine 2x daily @ 500mg a day and 5mg of lisinipril. reply. christel oerum says. january 5, 2020 at 4:04 pm.. Continue reading “Dehydration And High Blood Sugar”