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Warning: Your Blood Sugar Is Out of Control! 5 Insane Tips to Regain Balance Now!

Your body uses the glucose in your blood as an energy source, so it needs to always have a certain level of blood sugar available.

However, certain factors can cause the blood sugar to be thrown off balance, causing either elevated or reduced levels. The resulting blood sugar ‘highs’ and ‘lows’ can lead to anxiety, cravings for sugary foods, fatigue, weakness, and a feeling of ‘brain fog’.

Here, we’ll discuss 5 ways you can help to keep your blood sugar levels stable, as someone without a diabetes diagnosis.

Step-01: Exercise Regularly


Regular exercise can help you reach and maintain a moderate weight and increase insulin sensitivity.

Increased insulin sensitivity means your cells can more effectively use the available sugar in your bloodstream.

Exercise also helps your muscles use blood sugar for energy and muscle contraction.

Useful forms of exercise include weightlifting, brisk walking, running, biking, dancing, hiking, swimming, and more. In fact, any activity that regularly gets you up and moving — regardless of the intensity — beats a sedentary lifestyle.


Exercise increases insulin sensitivity and helps your muscles use blood sugar for movement. This can lead to reduced blood sugar levels.

Step-02: Manage Your Carb Intake


Your carb intake strongly influences your blood sugar levels.

Your body breaks carbs down into sugars, mainly glucose. Then, insulin helps your body use and store it for energy.

When you eat too many carbs or have insulin-function problems, this process fails, and blood glucose levels can rise.

That’s why the American Diabetes Association (ADA) recommends that people with diabetes manage their carb intake by counting carbs and being aware of how many they need.

Some studies find that this can help you plan your meals appropriately, further improving blood sugar management


Your body breaks down the carbs you eat into glucose, which then raises your blood sugar levels. As such, reducing your carb intake can aid blood sugar regulation.

Step-03: Eat More Fiber


Fiber slows carb digestion and sugar absorption, thereby promoting a more gradual rise in blood sugar levels.

There are two types of fiber — insoluble and soluble.

While both are important, soluble fiber has explicitly been shown to improve blood sugar management, while insoluble fiber hasn’t been shown to have this effect.

Foods that are high in fiber include:

  • ✅vegetables
  • ✅fruits
  • ✅legumes
  • ✅whole grains

The recommended daily intake of fiber is about 25 grams for women and 35 grams for men. That’s about 14 grams for every 1,000 calories

Step-04: Drink Water and Stay Hydrated


Drinking enough water could help you keep your blood sugar levels within healthy ranges.

In addition to preventing dehydration, it helps your kidneys flush out any excess sugar through urine.

One review of observational studies showed that those who drank more water had a lower risk of developing high blood sugar levels.

Drinking water regularly may rehydrate the blood, lower blood sugar levels, and reduce diabetes risk.

Keep in mind that water and other zero-calorie drinks are best. Avoid sugar-sweetened options, as these can raise blood glucose, drive weight gain, and increase diabetes risk


Staying hydrated can reduce blood sugar levels and diabetes risk. Choose water and zero-calorie drinks and avoid sugar-sweetened beverages.

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