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Does having low glucose levels make you agressive?

A: When my blood glucose is low, I get really tired and just want to sleep. It must be something else causing your outbursts. Hi I have been a diabetic for 22 years and just found this website about 3months ago. This is a great website for diabetics. http://www.diabetesforums.com/ Yes, low blood sugar triggers anger and mood swings. Well, when my blood sugar goes too low, I can get irritated very easily. If my mom tries to talk to me or hug me, I get angry with her and tend to yell. So, I would say that it is a high possibility that your blood glucose might be part of the problem. Symptoms of a low blood glucose vary...


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  Should I get checked up on due to my slightly low glucose levels?

A: Hi, Hypoglycemia can happen due to prolonged fasting, increased insulin production due to insulinomas,patient?s with prediabetes who have insulin resistance and diabetic patient?s who are on treatment. Usually ina person who is on fasting compensatory mechanisms come into play where hypoglycemia can be prevented for sometime. Your BMI is 33. Anything above 30 comes under obese group and have the risk of developing heart attacks,strokes, type 2 diabetes etc. In your case you need to get evaluated for the above mentioned causes of hypoglycemia, because given thehistory you are at risk of developing type 2 diabetes, but your glucose levels are low and the possibilitiesneed to be checked. Best....


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What is considered a low glucose level?

A: The good range of blood sugar is approximately 70 to 150 mg/dl. Blood sugar levels under 70 are too low and considered unhealthy....
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Blood glucose level?

A: with diabetes the pancreas has trouble either producing enough insulin or it produces way too much but in a normal person the pancreas produces the right amount of insulin & you have no problems If a person has chronically low bloodsugar they need to watch their diet and up their protein intact. That will help raise the over all sugar level. Normal blood sugar doesn''t require anything to be done as the body is processing insulin and sugar normally... Its always changing. A low level might be 4, high 7. Within that band it will be going up after a meal for 2 hours or so, then coming down. In diabetics it can be much lower than 4, and much higher than 7. I pass out when its 30 or so. when

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Will Having Lupus Effect Your glucose levels?

A: glucose levels normally may go up with lupus but not necessarily due to the lupus itself. It may go up due to the steroids that a person with lupus may be treated with to help control this auto-immune disease. In a general case lupus should not affect the blood glucose levels. But the medicines mainly steroid based ones taken on a continuous basis to treat this can affect the glucose levels It is possible. Lupus is an autoimmune disorder where the body attacks its own cells. If you liver is being attacked you will have low glucose levels. Lupus can affect internal...


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Will Having Lupus Effect Your glucose levels?

A: glucose levels normally may go up with lupus but not necessarily due to the lupus itself. It may go up due to the steroids that a person with lupus may be treated with to help control this auto-immune disease. In a general case lupus should not affect the blood glucose levels. But the medicines mainly steroid based ones taken on a continuous basis to treat this can affect the glucose levels It is possible. Lupus is an autoimmune disorder where the body attacks its own cells. If you liver is being attacked you will have low glucose levels. Lupus can affect internal...


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How to Increase Your glucose Level

A: Your blood glucose levels determine the amount of glucose your body produces, which affects your eyes, kidneys, and nerves according to the American Dietetic Association. A lack of glucose causes sluggishness, and is harmful if you are diabetic as it can lead to hypoglycemia, dangerously low glucose levels that increase the risk of coma. Food as well as prescribed medication aid in maintaining and increasing your glucose to a stable level between 70 to 100 milligrams per deciliter, reports ABC News....


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Is there anything other than insulin that can cause your blood glucose levels to be erratic?

A: Hormones! Stress and thyroid functions STRESS! I am a T1 Diabetic and my dr could not figure out why my #''s were so erratic. He started asking all kinds of questions and we came up with STRESS! I take insulin shots and my #''s were still near 300. I am now working on stress management and it really seems to be working so far. i have had a similar problem see if you are taking to many Advil''s, cough medicine or other medication with ibuprofen in it. drug interactions A young person with Type 1 Juvenile Diabetes will have erratic blood sugars.Try eating your meals at the same time everyday.Our endocrinologist says that regularity is one of the most important things to do to control blood sugars.Make sure you are eating the exact amount of carbs per meal and snack that your doc prescribed...


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How Do I Treat low glucose?

A: When a person has low glucose, also called hypoglycemia, the amount of glucose in his blood falls too low to be considered normal. glucose is blood sugar and having too little of it causes many symptoms, including dizziness, shakiness, weakness, confusion, hunger, and sweating. The human body needs adequate levels of glucose for energy, and severe drops may even be fatal. As such, itís important to treat it swiftly, which usually involves giving the affected person a small amount of food or drink that is high in glucose. Foods like candy, chewing gum, fruit, fruit juices, and sodas are rich in...


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I am a diabetic and I've checked my glucose levels and I'm in the normal range, but....?

A: Capricin a fantastic multiple for those who consume too many carbohydrates. Capricin has good amounts of biotin, vanadyl sulfate and other minerals that aid the diabetic and the dieter.Capricin provides nutritional support to help balance the intestinal flora. visit us My husband has has similiar symptoms at low normal glucose levels (though not passing out thank heavens). Doctor thinks it''s either (1) a sudden drop in blood glucose - so it''s not the level, but the change in level affecting him or (2) that even though his glucose level is normal his body is not processing glucose effectively and either his glucose...


 
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