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Community Q&A: Diabetic Patients’ Questions and Answers

Is it dangerous to have 160mg/dl sugar levels for 2-3 hours per day and for the rest of the day the glucose levels are normal?

Naresh, while each individual’s reaction to varying blood sugar levels can differ, having a glucose level of 160mg/dl for 2-3 hours daily is higher than the usual target range for most people. Temporary spikes in blood sugar can occur due to various reasons such as meals, stress, or physical activity. However, regular occurrences might indicate an inadequate insulin response or other metabolic disturbances. Although short-term elevations might not pose an immediate danger, over time, consistently high sugar levels can contribute to complications associated with diabetes. It’s essential to consult with a healthcare professional to understand the implications for your specific situation and to ensure proper blood glucose monitoring and management. At Care4Sugar, we offer resources and guidance to help you better manage and understand your blood glucose levels.

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