14. Urge to Pee
Obviously, if you start drinking a lot more than you usually would, you’ll also have to go to the bathroom more frequently. In addition, high blood sugar level increases the amount of urine production, as well. That’s why it is important to keep track of your bathroom visits.
Feeling tired even when you didn’t do anything exhausting? Sure, you might be simply lazy but that is also one of the symptoms. You can experience tiredness in case of both low and high blood pressure. Glucose slows down the circulation, thus your cells won’t get the amount of nutrients and oxygen they need and it all results in making you feel tired.
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