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Hypoglycemia

Also called: Low Blood Glucose

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Hi my name is Mari, I am only giving thought to my own exsperiances.  Blood sugars, high or low can be effected by just about any kind of stress...
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I highly recommend you see a registered dietitian to help you develop a meal plan -- and guidelines -- for weight loss. You can find one at eatright...
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It may not be the weight loss but rather any changes in eating habits that caused the weight loss. If someone is skipping meals, drinking more...
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I would say you should check with your doctor and get tested for diabetes. Especially if anyone in your family has diabetes. Your tiredness certainly...
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The easiest way is too eat small amounts often....every few hours. A few slices of apple is enough to bring up your blood sugar, and make sure your...
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  It is impossible to inherit hypoglycemia.  Hypoglycemia is an emergent situation, not a disease.  Mostly people who have diabetes...
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Have you checked your blood sugars at the time you feel shakey, sweaty etc.  A normal person blood sugars levels is between 60-99 before eating...
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I would seek the advise of a medical technician and get an MRI.
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Well, this certainly deserves to be investigated by a medical professional.I can think of a number of conditions that could cause the symptoms you...
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You really need to be tested. You can try something like pepcid ad or omeprazole. take it about 1 hour before you eat. This helped for me.
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If your hypoglycemia is mild or moderate, the best way to raise your blood sugar level quickly is to eat or drink some form of sugar. You might take...
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Because hypoglycemia can occur quickly at any time, always be sure that you carry with you or have quick access to snacks that raise your blood sugar...
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The symptoms of hypoglycemia can be classified as mild or early, moderate, and severe. Mild symptoms include: Dizziness. Irritability. Moodiness or...
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Several things can cause hypoglycemia. Your blood sugar level could be low if you: Become more physically active than usual. Miss a meal. Change...
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Severe hypoglycemia, or diabetic shock, is a serious health risk for anyone with diabetes. Also called insulin reaction, as a consequence of too much...
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