Does Advil raise blood sugar?
For most people, there is extremely little effect on the blood glucose level from taking Advil. For people taking certain diabetes medications, there can be an issue with low blood glucose levels when taking Advil.
Methylprednislone can raise blood sugar especially if already diabetic. It can temporarily raise blood pressures too. You should aim to be on predisone for the shortest period of time, only when it is important for your treatment. Remember to take it as instructed--and do not stop it without doctor's instructions.
It's not that there are foods which lower blood sugar, but rather that there are foods which raise it. To lower blood sugar, just avoid (or cut back on) those foods which raise blood sugar a lot. These are: Sugar Bread Bananas Pasta Potatoes Rice Some of the best foods for lowering blood sugar are cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, wheat germ, oranges, pineapples, cranberries, artichokes, sun flower seeds, celery, and onions.
Oranges do raise blood sugar. Anything that has sugar (carbohydrates) will raise your blood sugar. Basically, everything raises your blood sugar except: - Meats - Cheeses - Eggs - Some vegetables raise your blood sugar an insignificant ammount if taken in daily recommend values. - Couple more specific examples. You could ask (or someone you know, however this questions applies to you :p) can ask their endocrinologist for a full list, or you could just…
Glucagon, yes. Cortisol, probably not. Glucagon raises blood sugar. Many type one diabetics own glucagon injectors, so that when their blood sugar goes too low they (or someone with them) can inject them with glucagon. Cortisol does raise blood sugar, but it is not used to raise blood sugar. It's used to treat many other diseases, but not the low blood sugar which type 1 diabetics sometimes get.