Concern: Blood sugar

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Hyperglycemia results in an abnormal increase in blood sugar levels. The beginnings of hyperglycemia are generally without symptoms, but the following signs may nevertheless appear: fatigue, thirst, dry tongue, copious urine, etc.

It is therefore necessary to check your blood sugar regularly. The causes can be diverse (inadequate treatment doses, meals rich in carbohydrates, infections, stress, etc.). Therefore, consult a doctor to confirm the diagnosis and implement the most suitable solution.

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Several studies systematically report N. sativa's hypoglycemic effects.

Here is an example.

A study conducted in 2010 on 94 patients who consumed Nigella Sativa capsules for 3 months concluded that there was a significant reduction in fasting blood sugar, postprandial blood sugar and glycated hemoglobin HbA1c.

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general Council

To reduce blood sugar, it is essential to adopt a healthy lifestyle combining a balanced diet, regular physical activity and stress management.

Here are some detailed health and diet rules to help lower blood sugar levels:

1. Balanced diet:

- Carbohydrate control: Opt for foods with a low glycemic index (GI) which release glucose into the blood more slowly. Choose whole grains, non-starchy vegetables, legumes and fresh fruits over processed foods high in simple sugars.

- Portion control: Control food portions to avoid blood sugar spikes. Avoid meals that are too large and split them into several small meals throughout the day.

- Dietary fiber: Foods rich in fiber such as vegetables, fruits, legumes and whole grains help stabilize blood sugar levels by slowing the absorption of sugars.

- Protein and healthy fats: Include sources of lean protein (fish, chicken, tofu) and healthy fats (avocados, nuts, unsaturated vegetable oils) for optimal nutritional balance.

2. Regular physical activity:

- Regular exercise can improve insulin sensitivity and help control blood sugar levels. Aim for at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity activity per week, such as brisk walking, swimming, cycling, or other activities you enjoy.

3. Stress Control:

- Stress can affect blood sugar levels. Stress management techniques like meditation, yoga, deep breathing, or therapy can help maintain stable blood sugar levels.

4. Medical monitoring and compliance with prescriptions:

- Follow your doctor's medical recommendations regarding taking medications, insulin, or other treatments to control blood sugar.

5. Regular blood sugar monitoring:

- Check your blood sugar regularly with a glucometer to understand how your diet and lifestyle affect your blood sugar levels. This can help you make adjustments if necessary. If you do not have one, the doctor can prescribe it for you or in the meantime, go to a pharmacy for a free measurement.

6. Adequate hydration:

- Make sure you stay well hydrated by drinking enough water throughout the day. This can help regulate blood sugar levels.