Stress Triggers more Cortisol and Diabetes

Cortisol maintains steady blood sugar levels and helps provide energy to your actively functioning brain and neuromuscular system.

 Stress has been proven to trigger  changes in blood sugar levels, which for people with diabetes can be problematic. It can badly affect diabetes control of a person. Stress is a state where you are not able to cope with pressure.  Stress hormones in your body may directly affect glucose levels. Under mental stress You generally experience an increase in blood glucose levels. Your blood sugar can also increase when your body is under physical  Stress.

While stress can affect diabetes control, both directly and indirectly, it can also be caused by various diabetic factors such as being diagnosed with diabetes, adjusting to a diabetes treatment regimen, or dealing with psychosocial pressures of the disease.

disasters of cortisol

Cortisol maintains steady blood sugar levels and helps provide energy to your actively functioning brain and neuromuscular system.  Cortisol is a steroid hormone made by the two adrenal glands .  Cortisol helps to maintain blood pressure and  immune function of the body .  The pituitary glands located inside the brain, regulates the amount of cortisol released by the adrenal glands. which transports it all round the body. Almost every cell contains receptors for cortisol and so cortisol can have lots of different actions depending on which sort of cells it is acting upon.

Cortisol effects on mood & body

 

Cortisol is also a key player in the stress response. The symptoms of high cortisol can have serious effects on both your body and your mind . Cortisol  mainly work as regulating metabolism, acting as an anti-inflammatory, influencing memory formation, controlling salt and water balance, influencing blood pressure and helping development of the foetus. In many species cortisol is also responsible for triggering the processes involved in giving birth.

High Cortisol Symptoms are:

Depression
Fatigue
Weight gain
Back pain
Thin skin
More Oil Secretion on face
Impaired memory
Insomnia
Irritability
Menstrual abnormalities
High Blood sugar Levels
High blood pressure
Weak Muscles

How To Manage Cortisol

Follow  simple tips to  manage and reduce your stress levels.

>Relax Your Muscles through Physical Activities.

>Get good Sleep

>Deep Breathing

>More importantly, Don’t try to rule over others.

>Let go of your past.

Believe Yourself, You are wonderful and A Masterpiece of Your own version, You can’t be replaced or forgotten, You are important to the world and yourself, And If you reading this believe me You are Important to me. Write me Back.

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