7 Sneaky Signs Your Blood Sugar May Be Too High

Diabetes sign: You’re crazy thirsty

Peeing more often means that your body is getting rid of more water than usual, which puts you at risk for dehydration, says Furhman. That can leave you feeling thirsty and cotton-mouthed, even if it seems like you’re drinking the same amount of water as always. Plus, since you’re drinking more, that will also make you pee more, too.

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