First, you must understand that sugar or glucose is an important source of energy for all your body cells, especially for your brain’s cells.
To get a good function of your body, you need to have some ‘balanced’ range of blood sugar.
This is what’s called normal range for adult blood sugar level.
Next, you must keep in mind that recognizing the normal sugar level, will help you understand better how your body works.
At the same time, you can prevent diabetes onset in case you see some changes in your blood sugar.
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I’d like to emphasize that measuring blood sugar is done under some different circumstances. And, of course, there will be some different results too for the normal ranges.
When you measure blood sugar after fasting for at least eight hours, commonly before breakfast, this is called normal fasting blood sugar level.
After taking a meal, your blood sugar will rise. In a normal adult it will not pass the ranges of 135-140 mg/dl.
Now, you can see that there exists only a narrow range of blood sugar all the day for a normal adult.
In case you’re a diabetic, there will be a huge or oscillated range of blood sugar throughout the day. This is because the misbalance of blood sugar in your body.
The only answer for you in this case is a balanced diet strategy in combination with right lifestyle changes. People nowadays, like to have fast solutions and for a short period of time you’d like to achieve normal ranges.
Please keep in mind that such solutions are not the best option. Achieving gradually and with determination your goals is the best of what you can do.
In addition, there exist some herbs, considered as “natural cures for diabetes” that are proved to control your blood sugar.
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As see, you’ll face a tough job when achieving your aim. Following the right strategies will help you achieve your goals.
Remember: “before you decide to take any further step, first consult your physician. He/she will help you organize your job toward managing blood sugar level”. You can start your consultation right here, right now.
Last medically reviewed 01/02/2019
Written by Dr.Albana Greca Sejdini, Md, MMedSc
Medically reviewed by Dr.Ruden Cakoni, MD, Endocrinologist