Since when you have this? May i know your age and gender? Do you have any exercise or diet plan
that you are following now?
I feel you might be probably having pre -diabetes or impaired fasting glucose(IFG).Fasting glucose levels of 100 to 125 mg/dL are above normal but not high enough to be called diabetes. This condition is called pre-diabetes
or IFG. People whose test results indicate they have pre-diabetes should have their blood glucose levels checked again in 1 to 2 years.Causes of insulin resistance
and pre-diabetes include genetic factors, excess weight, and lack of physical activity.The first therapy should always be an intensive lifestyle modification program because weight loss
and physical activity are much more effective than any medication at reducing diabetes risk. They are much more likely to develop diabetes than people with normal blood glucose levels.The American Diabetes Association recommends that metformin
is the only drug that should be considered for use in diabetes prevention.Being physically active, making wise food choices, and reaching and maintaining a healthy weight can help prevent or reverse insulin resistance and pre-diabetes.So try these and get a physician help too.