Sometimes the blood sugar is high, but the levels are not so high for the problem to be seen as diabetes.

If you have this problem, you have to do something quickly before the problem develops into diabetes after 10 or fewer years. If you have this problem with your blood sugar levels, you should also know that this is a potential harm for the heart and the entire cardiovascular system.

The symptoms of diabetes are:

• Increased need for water
• Frequent need to urinate
• Rapid loss of kilograms
• Appetite
• Eyesight problem
• Wounds that are difficult to heal or they don’t heal at all
• Chronic fatigue

However, this blood sugar problem can be detected in another way. Below in this article you can find simple instructions that will help you to diagnose this problem in a few seconds with the help of some answers and the fingers.

You must hold one finger if you are a man, but you don’t need to hold a finger if you are a woman.

Man at the age above 40 hold one finger and man over 50 hold 2 fingers. Man at the age above 60 hold 3 fingers and no fingers are if you are below the age of 40.

One finger is also held if you think that you are not physically active and you don’t hold a finger if you exercise regularly.

People who have a family history of diabetes can also hold a finger and no fingers are held if you don’t have diabetes in your family.

People suffering with hypertension hold one finger and those with obesity hold 3 fingers. The number of fingers reduces with the weight of the person.

If you end up holding 5 fingers, you probably have high blood sugar levels. Even though this method of detection is not always precise, it can sometimes be useful in early detection of diabetes.

If you are holding five or more fingers at the end, you should take a blood test to determine the risks of diabetes development.

If your blood sugar levels are high, you should start making some lifestyle changes.