For non-diabetic people the normal range is from around 82 mg/dl to about 110 mg/dl. Except shortly after eating it can spike to about 140 mg/dl.The American Diabetic Association recommends a post meal glucose blood sugar level at less than 180 mg/dl and a pre mean glucose blood sugar level between 90 and 130 mg/dl. Short spikes above and below these levels are not life threatening but chronic low blood sugar is hypoglycemia. Which can produce lethargy and confusion and irritability. A very sudden drop (like getting too much insulin can be fatal without treatment). Hyperglycemia can lead to diabetes.
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