Blood Sugar Test

Blood Sugar Test

Normal level of sugar
in blood before meal
After food
The increased level of blood sugar above 140 mg/dl is considered to be the symptoms of diabetics.
between 70 and 110 mg/dl
between 100 to 140.
Low level of sugar, below 70 is also dangerous. It may cause fainting.

The two main tests used to measure diabetes are

(a) Fasting Plasma Glucose Test, the direct measurement of glucose levels in the blood after an 8 hour (overnight) fast (early morning with empty stomach)

(b) After tiffin – This test shall be done after taking tiffen one and half hours to two hours between

(c) Oral Glucose Tolerance Test, measurement of the body's ability to appropriately handle the excess sugar presented after drinking a high glucose drink