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I cannot find anything linking panic attacks to high blood sugars. It seems plausible that increases in stress hormones during a panic attack could...
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Hey there! Well the reason that you feel dizzy may be because of the amount of sugar in your blood. Just remember that too much of it can cause...
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The issue would not be low blood sugar, but HIGH blood sugar. Increased thirst and increased urination are signs of diabetes, not low blood sugar. I...
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Depends on how much you consume!
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It would not be likely that low blood sugar would cause these isolated hives, and it would be difficult to prove. Do some investigation about her...
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When a person has a blood sugar level of 400 mg/dl, it's no joke.The human body goes into a protective mode and attempts to remove...
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I don't know, I don't think I've got low blood sugar or thyroid problenms
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1. Energy drinks that contain sugars as an ingredient may raise your blood sugar. 2. Many of the major brands of energy drinks provide the...
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By shots I assume you mean insulin. The key to bringing down your blood sugar is to track your carbohydrates, since they are what raise blood sugar...
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My doctor told me that it doesn't matter which finger you use
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Yes.  My doctor told me when you get sick your levels can go up.
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I was instructed by my Endocrinologist that if my blood sugar level tested 300 or higher twice in a row I was to go to the emergency room immediately...
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Well, it's certainly not a situation anyone wants to be in. Extremely low blood sugar levels can lead to coma -- which isn't a good outcome...
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Yes nicotine triggers the high blood sugar levels and increase the risk of serious diabetes complications such as heart attack, stroke...
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That is a potentially-serious blood sugar level, consistent with diabetes. This person should be under the care of a medical professional so this can...
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