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In: Diabetes | 16.07.2015
In sugar diabetes, stress both mental and physical, can send your blood sugar out of whack. If you have suffering from try to keep stress under control.
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How does stress affect diabetes? Look animated exploration:
When you are under stress, your system works overtime to help you cope. One of the ways it does this is to release hormones, such as adrenaline and epinephrine, both which give you added energy and concentration. But, in addition to the hormones, your body also releases glucose from your muscles, liver and stored fat reserves. This bodily response to stress is called the “fight or flight” response.
For people with diabetes, stress can affect blood sugars and although much of the medical literature says that stress makes the blood glucose levels rise, in some people stress appears to make blood sugars fall and cause are more hypos. It maybe that stress affects people in different ways or may be blood sugars just fluctuate more, whatever is the case, the message has to be to learn to know how stress affects you and your blood sugar levels.