Can Diabetes Make You Sleepy?

Updated at: Jan 24, 2013
Can Diabetes Make You Sleepy?
Editorial Team
DiabetesWritten by: Editorial TeamPublished at: Nov 01, 2011

Diabetes is a state in the body where due to the inability to produce insulin, the blood sugar is not broken down to be absorbed on the blood and provide energy, therefore. Thus, due to lack of energy in the body, a diabetic feels sleepy, low on energy, tired and fatigued. Similarly, high blood sugar, perhaps, due to an overdose of insulin, can also cause the same effects of sleepiness.


Thus, one needs to keep ac check on the dosage that one takes.


Also, a daily exercise regime will be helpful in cutting down on excess weight that adds more diseases to the body.


A healthy, nutritious diet would help in keeping the blood sugar level normal.


Also, drinking adequate amount of water proves useful.


Improving on these aspects would help recover from this condition of feeling sleepy due to diabetes.


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