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Hypoglycemia Symptoms: Is low blood sugar Affecting Your Relationships?

A: Hypoglycemia symptoms are not at all clear-cut but they can be at the root cause of distressed relationships. Many people may suffer from one or more hypoglycemia symptoms without realizing it. Often these symptoms are general and can be indicative of other medical conditions, so they are often ignored. Other times, they are treated as individual symptoms: a headache with ibuprofen, fatigue with a cup of coffee, or feelings of anxiety or stress with an alcoholic beverage. Affect your relationships But recognizing a combination of these symptoms can lead to the discovery of hypoglycemia in your life. It can affect your relationships at home and at work, without you even realizing the cause. And until you identify it, you will not be able to overcome these signs of

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Can Opiates Cause low blood sugar?

A: Hypoglycaemia or low sugar state has been seen in emergency setting in patient who was found to have opiates overdose. Opiates slow down the body processes including the digestive system. This could make you not hungry. If you don''t eat you may have low blood sugar. I haven''t seen scientific documentation, but as a Type-1 diabetic who has used his fair share of opiates, they definitely lowers my blood sugar. I damn near killed myself with hypoglycemia the first couple times I shot heroin. Also, I experienced bad hyperglycemic episodes during my detox. yes,...


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What is considered a low blood sugar and a high blood sugar? What can you do to lower high blood sugar?

A: Glucose levels vary before and after meals, and at various times of day. The definition of ''normal'' glucose levels varies among medical professionals. In general, the normal range for most people (fasting adults) is about 80 to 110 mg/dl. Individuals with a consistent range above 126 mg/dl are generally held to have hyperglycemia (high blood sugar), whereas a consistent range below 70 mg/dl is considered hypoglycemic (low blood sugar). In fasting adults, blood plasma glucose should not exceed 126 mg/dl. Sustained higher levels of blood sugar cause damage to the

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Does low blood sugar cause me to have 'repetitive negative thoughts?

A: Yes it''s depression and alot of diabetic''s that dont control thier sugar levels have a problem with depression I have the same problem I''m type 2. You need to eat even if you dont feel like eating force yourself.After you eat your energy level will increese and you will feel better but you need to monitor your sugar on a regular basis make sure it''s not below 100 or above 160. No it shouldn''t. I have that problem sometimes. I drink green tea, it helps quite a bit. I drink it on ice. I also recommend that you check out a few other herbs as well: Ginko, Gaba, Kava, and 5-htp. You can get this stuff really cheap at a health store. I strongly recommend them. I''m not completely sure if you have

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Do you have a pet that predicts when your having a low blood sugar?

A: hi you i know they have dogs now trained to predict many things in relation to health matter outside of been guide dogs but i am not to sure if they have ones that will predict hypos i did hear some time years back that they were going to give it a try doe I used to have a dachshund (dog) that did...it''s nothing very magical, it''s just that dogs are incredibly tuned in to things we aren''t...their senses are sharper. When you go low, you body may start to twitch a bit or you''ll get clammy. That''s what they respond to, they know something''s wrong, and they''ll nudge you awake. Yes to your question Some dogs can sniff out cancers from the lungs in their early stages In the same way there are pets that can sniff out diabetics and also

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Could i have low blood sugar?

A: Eat some crackers. blood/sugar test only takes a minute. your doctor should know if those go together that is why we go so often. it sounds like youa re diabetic. so have it checked. it does make you feel like that if you are low sugar and it can happen. I would seriously advise you to visit your doctor about your condition. Firstly, did you check your blood sugar when you felt shaky? That as just about as accurate as you can get at home to test your sugars. But seriously, Visit your doctor to see if you have diabetes.Another question, When you eat a lot of carbohydrates or sugar, do you feel...


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what causes low blood sugar?

A: Hello,low blood glucose or low blood sugar (also called hypoglycemia), occurs when blood glucose drops below normal levels. Hypoglycemia can occur as a side effect of some diabetes medications, including insulin and oral diabetes medications?pills?that increase insulin production. Not eating enough food or increase physical activity can also contribute to hypoglycemia.When people think their blood glucose is too low, they should check their blood glucose level with a blood sample using a blood...


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Are These Symptoms of low blood sugar Controlling You?

A: Does this diet plan sound familiar? A person with hypoglycemia becomes tied to a daily bad habit that never helps alleviate blood sugar problems. You probably wake up with a cup of coffee and a piece of toast. Then you feel a little woozy as though your system hasn`t buffered up yet. You grab a soda or tea and feel a little better. At lunch you have another soda and perhaps a sandwich or pizza. You feel like dozing off an hour or two after lunch time, and you crave another cup of a caffeine-laden drink to kick-start you again. Afternoon snacks might include crisps or other refined flour, sugar-laden nibbles. Finally, your evening meal is composed of potatoes, chicken, and ice cream. Today`s lifestyle Many of today`s...


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Are there any other diabetics type 2 struggling with maintaining low blood sugar?

A: not that i know of I''ve been doing the Rice Diet (www.ricediet.com) since August, and have lost 50+ pounds. That and exercise have leveled my blod sugars so that I no longer need insulin, and only take metformin (2x daily) now. I also have this struggle, so now in the last 2 weeks I am monitoring my blood sugars more often sometimes 5-6 times a day depending on how I feel. I take insulin 2 times a day and metformin. So close monitoring helps, this way you can see that a low blood sugar is either there now or coming soon if you don''t eat. If your blood sugar is low,...


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For low blood sugars, which works faster, orange juice or gator aid? Orange juice has more carbs and a low glycemic number and gator aid the opposite.

A: dandy530, thank you for your question, it is a good one. You are correct that gatorade has a higher glycemic index than orange juice. the higher the glycemic index, the faster the food or beverage is digested and turned into glucose in the blood. that being said, either one is a good option for treating low blood sugars. the usual recommendation for treatment of low blood sugar is 15 grams of fast acting carbohydrate (such as gatorade or orange juice) and rechecking blood sugar after 15 minutes to make sure it is above 70 and your symptoms go away. if this doesn''t...


 
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