Normal blood sugar after eating A meal

Diabetes is one of the most important health problems and it has become very common in worldwide , and despite the great development in the field of medicine, but only some drugs can actually reduce blood sugar levels,and no cure has been discovered yet, the current aim is to control blood sugar levels and to reduce the serious complications that many of the injured suffer from because of this disease, like visual problems which include cataract and glucoma , in addition to other difficulties that may reach  amputation of limbs or what is known as gangrenous limbs , high blood sugar levels may also lead to strokes, sudden cardiac or repeated cases of fainting, and neuropathy and inflammation and ulcerations in various areas of the body, it can also affect the kidneys leading eventually to total failure and other problems.
 Diabetes is a disorder in the metabolism of the body causing a sharp rise in blood sugar which is sometimes caused by a severe shortage of insulin secretion, and it is necessary to conduct pre-emptive tests to determine blood sugar even before the emergence of any symptoms because it can reduce future complications of diabetes serious and increases the chances of recovery from this disease.
Symptoms of diabetes
You can know your blood sugar level through a simple routine investigation of a device for the detection of diabetes, and we must know that the natural blood sugar level of a fasting person should be between 80-100 mg / dL, and the natural blood sugar level after eating a meal  must be less than 180 mg / dL maximum, but if the rate of sugar for the fasting of 100-125 mg / dl This gives an indication of the possibility of a person to get diabetes soon and he must control his diet to prevent from any possible increase in blood sugar level.
Blood sugar level for a person after  about two hours of having a meal should be less than 140 mg,  if it’s more it means that he has diabetes 1 he should see his doctor to start Treatment steps to avoid serious complications. 

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