High blood sugar, medically termed as hyperglycemia is most common in people with uncontrolled diabetes. It usually occurs when the body is either unable to use the insulin properly or when there is very less insulin available for the body cells. The symptoms of high blood pressure range from mild to moderate/severe.
You may have mild symptoms of high blood sugar, if your blood sugar levels are constant at 200 mg/dL. It is characterized by frequent urination, increased thirst, increased appetite, fatigue and weight loss. While moderate to severe symptoms of high blood sugar level include restlessness, drowsiness, blurred vision, extreme thirst, lightheadedness and dry skin. In case your blood sugar levels continue to rise more than 250 mg/dL you may become lethargic or unconscious.
Your best bet to manage the raised blood sugar levels is to get involves in a physical activity and inculcate lifestyle modifications to prevent diabetes. An integral part of diabetes management is to check your blood sugar levels often so as to treat hyperglycemia and avoid other health complications associated with it.