Hypoglycemia (low blood glucose) glucose levels became very low to be known as hypoglycemia (or a ‘hypo’), and happen because any insulin in the body has moved too much glucose out of the bloodstream. In most cases, hypoglycemia occurs if one has taken too much insulin, although it can happen if one skips a meal, exercise very vigorously, or drinks alcohol on an empty stomach.
Symptoms ‘hypo’ include: feeling shaky and irritable, sweating, tingling lips, feeling weak, hunger, and nausea (feeling sick).
A hypo can be brought under control simply by eating or drinking something sugary, such as a fizzy drink, sugar cubes, chocolates or raisins. This immediately may help in developing complication such as of attack. After having something sugary, one should then eat carbohydrate foods.
If a hypo is not brought under control it can lead to: confusion, slurred speech, and unconsciousness. If this occurs, you will need to have an emergency injection of a hormone called glucagon. This hormone will raise the level of glucose in the blood.
Otherwise too, if one contacts acupuncture consultant then too it can over come in a session. Even after over coming one should properly get sessions to avoid later on complications. As symptoms represents hypoglycemia is much higher in a person who takes insulin than in someone who does not because injected insulin cannot be “turned off,” diabetic hypoglycemia has a greater chance of progressing to serious impairment if not treated, compared to most other forms of hypoglycemia. Glucose levels are often above normal for long periods of time in persons with diabetes, hypoglycemic symptoms may sometimes occur at higher thresholds than in people whose blood sugar is usually normal.
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