Lower your blood sugar naturally

Diabetes occurs when a body is not able to make enough or effectively use insulin, a hormone that helps in regulating blood glucose

To control the sugar level in our body, your lifestyle must be healthy. Along with taking special care of diet, people with diabetes should also follow many other measures. People having diabetes should focus on their morning routine. High blood sugar levels can be fatal to the body. Manage your daily routine to control it in time. 5 important things to do every morning - 

Drink lukewarm water after waking up - Often people need a cup of tea or coffee as soon as they wake up in the morning, but this habit is very harmful to people having high blood sugar. They should make a habit of drinking lukewarm water every morning. This will not only help in controlling blood sugar but will also boost metabolism along with hydrating the body. Drinking lukewarm water every morning keeps digestion good.

Testing is very important – If you are having a high blood sugar level, then you should make a point to test your blood sugar level every morning without fail. Even doctors say the same, the first thing in the morning is to check the blood sugar level. Morning is considered to be an appropriate time for testing this.

Include healthy food in breakfast - In controlling blood sugar levels, you must consume a healthy breakfast, doing so helps in controlling it. It keeps the body healthy too. Breakfast should be full of nutrients. People should include fiber-rich food in their breakfast.

Morning walk is a must - Patients with blood sugar are advised to walk. The daily walk keeps the body healthy as well as diabetes is controlled. Walking will help in keeping control of the body's weight which is very much beneficial for people with high blood sugar.

Pay special attention to your feet - Patients with blood sugar often complain of swelling or burning in their feet. For this reason, these patients should pay special attention to their feet. After waking up in the morning, if any changes are seen in the feet, then do consult the doctor immediately. Make it your habit of checking it.

Manage stress level – Stress can affect blood sugar levels. Hormones like glucagon and cortisol are secreted during stress. These hormones can be responsible for elevating blood sugar levels.

Fenugreek seeds – These are a great source of soluble fibers that can manage blood sugar. It also helps in fasting glucose and improves glucose tolerance. Take only the recommended dose for effective results.

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Renu Gupta

With a background in Pharmacy which is the clinical health science that links medical science with chemistry, I had the desire to mix creativity to these fields. Medicircle provides me an avenue to apply my training in science and interest in creativity together.

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