blood sugar level chart

To prevent many of these issues, keep your blood sugar levels close to normal. The American Diabetes Association recommends blood sugar levels of 70 to 130 mg/dL before meals and fewer than 180 mg/dL after meals for patients with diabetes.

  • Dialysis is necessary for renal illness or failure.
  • Strokes
  • Cardiac arrests
  • Blindness or a lack of vision
  • Immune system impairment increases the risk of infection
  • Erection problems
  • Damage to the nerves, also known as neuropathy, results in tingling, discomfort, or loss of feeling in the hands, legs, and feet.
  • A lack of blood flow to the feet and legs
  • Slow wound healing and the possibility of an occasional amputation

Non-diabetic People:

Fasting, before lunch and before dinner60 – 100
1 or 2 hours after breakfast, lunch and dinner80 – 140
2 hours after breakfast, lunch and dinner70 – 140

Diabetic People:

Fasting before lunch and before dinner70 – 130
2 hours after breakfast150 – 180
2 hours after lunch140 – 170
2 hours after dinner140 – 170

Hba1c Range:

  • Non-diabetic: below 5.7
  • Pre-diabetic: 5.7 to 6.4
  • Diabetic: >6.5

By Rishi

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