Glucose in the blood comes from the things that you eat, as well as your liver. Glucose levels from the liver are influenced by stress, as stress hormones can increase hormones like adrenaline and cortisol, both of which can stimulate your liver to produce increased glucose levels. Stress can therefore increase glucose levels
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