Many individuals don't realize that pain can be felt in specific areas of the body if blood sugar levels are rising according to an article written by Healthline and webMD. As your blood sugar levels start to rise, the pain and other symptoms can manifest in a number of different parts of your body, and I'll tell you about them here.
1. If your blood sugar levels start to rise, you may notice soreness in your muscles, among other locations. As many medical issues can manifest as muscle pain, it's important to take notice if you suddenly begin experiencing muscle pain in the absence of strenuous physical exertion. Hence, you need to see a doctor frequently to figure out what is really wrong with you.
2. If you have diabetes and high blood sugar, you may develop a condition called diabetic nerophathy, in which the blood fibers in your body become damaged. Hence, it may induce joint pain, which is an early indicator when your blood sugar is rising rapidly according to studies.
3. Pain in the legs is a third common symptom of high or rising blood sugar levels. Pain in the soles of your feet, even after taking medicine, is a sign of rising blood sugar and indicates the need for quick medical attention according to studies.
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