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I'm a diabetic, I would like to know why I am drowsy and fall asleep so often. Maybe my blood sugar is too low/high?

I'm a type II diabetic.

Related Topics: Diabetes, Blood Sugar, Drowsiness
 

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Such oscillations in blood sugar (especially hypoglycemia) can be associated with your problems. You should seek medical help immediately to adjust the dose of drugs you are taking and make some other changes. 

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