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4 Unusual Signs Your Blood Sugar Levels Might Be Too High

– Feet are always cold
Diabetes increases risk of circulation problems, reducing blood supply to the extremities so the feet feel cold

– Recurrent yeast, bladder, and skin infections
High blood sugar weakens the immune system, and too much sugar in the bloodstream interferes with the ability of white blood cells to move through the body to fight infections

– Itchy hands and feet
High blood sugar damages nerve fibers, especially in the hands and feet, which can cause a feeling of burning and itching

– Dry Mouth
High blood sugar decreases saliva flow; a lack of saliva increases risk of tooth decay and gum disease

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