The Opposite of Hypoglycemia: Hyperglycemia


Hypoglycemia is a condition with low blood sugar and hyperglycemia is a disease with high glucose, or high blood sugar levels in the blood. According to the American Diabetes Association a consistent level of 120 to 126 milligrams per deciliter, mg/dL, is considered hyperglycemic. Those with constant levels about and above 126 are considered to be diabetic. If not treated, blood glucose levels above 126 can cause organ damage and severe illness. Patients with blood sugar disorders measure these levels with a blood glucose meter.

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