Why Do I Feel Muscle Weakness Frequently?

Q:
I feel muscle weakness from time to time, with both high and low blood sugar. What’s happening?
A:
First, diabetes can directly cause fatigue no matter your blood sugar is high or low.

  • High blood glucose. In this condition, your circulation gets slowed so the oxygen is transferred into your cells in an insufficient manner, making you feel tired and weak.
  • Low blood glucose. This condition means your cells don’t have enough fuel to work dynamically.

Sometimes, your muscle weakness comes from other conditions include: anemia, low thyroid, low testosterone levels, infections, undiagnosed heart disease and so on.

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