Hyperglycemia

Greaty affects the kidneys

Imbalance of Hypergylcemia

1. Symptoms- Headaches, Trouble concentrating, increased thirst, weight loss, fatigue, blurred vision


2. Hyperglycemia is the abnormally high blood glucose (blood sugar). This disease affects the kidneys. In cases chronic hyperglycemia, the kidneys have a constant work load with the damage excess glucose does to them. In very severe cases of hyperglycemia it will cause the kidneys to fail.

Treatments

There are a variety of different treatments for hyperglycemia. Some of them are to drink more water, exercise more, change eating habits and switch medications.

Diabetes affects over 8% of the total U.S. population.

Maddie McNally