‘To keep your blood sugar stable, get tested regularly and be on the lookout for signs that your blood sugar is getting out of control. Let’s start the day with health news See what signs indicate high blood sugar!
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6 signs blood sugar levels are ‘out of control’
Uncontrolled chronically high blood sugar can lead to diabetes, which can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, stroke, dementia, and blindness.
To keep your blood sugar steady, get tested regularly and be on the lookout for the most common signs that your blood sugar is out of control.
If you find yourself urinating more than usual, it could be due to the most common sign of high blood sugar
Frequent urination. If you find yourself urinating more than usual, it could be due to the most common sign of high blood sugar.
When there is excess sugar (glucose) in the blood, the body tries to get rid of it by excreting it in the urine. If you find yourself urinating more than usual, see your doctor.
Or thirsty. Frequent urination can cause dehydration, as blood sugar pulls fluid away from other tissues as it leaves the body. That can increase thirst. If you find yourself feeling thirsty and drinking more, see your doctor. The remaining 4 signs of high blood sugar will be above health page June 3rd.
Can I get STDs from using public restrooms?
Many people fear the public toilet seat, because it has the potential to contain a lot of bacteria. However, according to scientists, transmission of bacteria through surface contact in public restrooms is unlikely.
Moreover, according to the health website WebMD, Most pathogenic bacteria can only survive for a short time on the surface of the toilet seat, so the risk of infection is very low.
People can rest assured when sitting on the public toilet
Types of bacteria found in public restrooms include streptococci, staphylococcus, and various sexually transmitted organisms. Dr Abigail Salyers, president of the American Society for Microbiology, said: “Nobody has ever had a sexually transmitted disease from the toilet seat.” The next content of this article will be on health page June 3rd.
People infected with monkeypox should abstain from sex
The UK health agency recommends that people infected with monkeypox should abstain from sex until the symptoms are completely gone.
In recent guidelines, the UK’s Health Security Agency recommends that people who test positive for the monkeypox virus avoid sex.
The UK Health Security Agency advises people infected with monkeypox to avoid sex to prevent the risk of spreading the disease.
In addition, for those who have been infected and recovered, it is necessary to use a condom when having sex for about 8 weeks afterwards.
Currently, monkeypox is still assessed by UK health authorities as a low risk to public health. However, they are still asking people to contact their doctor if they develop a rash or any other symptoms that suggest monkeypox. Let’s start the day with health news to see more content of this article!