A "dangerously high" blood sugar

Glucose, the same as blood sugar, comes from meals, is stored in the liver, and is the body's major source of energy for cells. 

High blood sugar may harm the eyes, kidneys, and heart. The Hgb A1c test evaluates the average blood sugar levels for 3 months and an A1c result over 7% is deemed abnormal and diabetes.

Extreme thirst .Excessive thirst is a frequent sign of diabetes, which happens when the body cannot effectively digest and utilise sugar from diet

Diabetes causes frequent urination. When your blood sugar levels are too high, your body attempts to wash it out via your urine

Fatigue is a typical diabetic symptom. It's also one of the most under-diagnosed and under-treated Fatigue is a weary, depleted, or easily fatigued sensation.

The lens of the eye swells due to fluctuating blood sugar levels. As a consequence, the eye perceives a hazy picture

A ROOKIE JERSEY NUMBER IS GIVEN TO THE BROWNS.