When your blood sugar level drops, the amount of sugar in your blood increases.
When this happens, it’s known as “bad blood flow.”
If you’re concerned about your blood glucose level, talk to your doctor or take a blood test to see if you have any symptoms of a glucose problem.
Your blood pressure will also change because of bad or elevated blood sugar.
If you have symptoms of bad glucose flow, check your blood flow to make sure your blood is healthy.
When bad blood is low, the blood pressure can increase.
This can cause: Low blood pressure: This can lead to low blood pressure and even a stroke.