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Hyperglycaemia
<p>Hyperglycaemia occurs when blood glucose levels become too high. The general rule is when blood glucose is higher then 180 mg/dl (in US units) or 10mmol/L (in UK units) measured two hours after food, it is called hyperglycaemia. It is important for diabetics to be aware of high blood sugar.</p>


Hypoglycaemia
<p>Abnormally low blood sugar usually resulting from excessive insulin or a poor diet</p>




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