Why Do I Feel Muscle Weakness Frequently?

I feel muscle weakness from time to time, with both high and low blood sugar. What’s happening?
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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