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- Eating disorders, particularly like binge eating disorder (eating large meals at short time).
- Prolonged excessive stress that triggered by chronic health conditions such as stroke or myocardial infarction.
- Chronic nausea & vomiting problem, such as abdominal migraine (medically called as cyclic vomiting syndrome).
- And gastroparesis.
Almost all factors and conditions that contribute to cause an increased risk of diabetes may also increase the risk of having problems associated with the glucose metabolism. The following are some of these factors:
- Becoming a physically inactive person.
- Obesity. Both lack of exercise and overweight can be a great combination to cause diabetes and other health problems.
- Age – your risk increases as you age. In fact, hyperglycemia and type-2 diabetes are pretty common in people over 45 of the age.
- A family history of chronic hyperglycemia or diabetes.
- Women who had GD /gestational diabetes in one pregnancy.
In addition, some experts think that prolonged high cholesterol and high blood pressure may also increase the risk of developing chronic high blood sugar.