I am type 2 diabetic patient since last one year. Had a recent observation. I was scheduled for a blood sugar check-up. I thought of taking the test in the morning and then rush to office. There was an important meeting that I needed to preside and certainly had to be on time. Got stuck in the traffic in such a position that was not able to reach the diagnostic center nor turn back for office. I was feeling miserable. Ultimately I landed to the diagnostic center thinking that will still make it to the meeting on time. Blood sample was collected. My glucose level was much high than what it showed in my previous report. I was under medication plus on controlled diet as advised by my physician. Was just think if this could be due to anxiety? Can you please respond back with inputs from your expert team.
Yes, anxiety can cause blood pressure and blood sugar to rise; behaving anxiously causes your heart to beat faster, increase in blood sugar and bad cholesterol. However, once your body has completely recovered from the negative effects of anxiety, your blood sugar and cholesterol levels should return to normalcy. Dealing with the basic/fundamental factors of anxiety is the best way to eliminate anxiety and its symptoms. For people with diabetes, stress can affect blood sugars and although much of the medical literature says that stress makes the blood glucose levels rise, in some people stress appears to make blood sugars fall.
Regular light to moderate exercise, deep relaxation, rest, good sleep, patience and time can reduce stress, blood sugar and cholesterol levels.
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