Can you share me just about hypoglycaemia?
Im going to the doctors and im really not sure what to say.
I think im hypoglycaemia
i do feel thristy most of the time,
i be aware of weak
and i get shakey.
can you just aid me please (:
Tell your doctor you think you may have hypoglycemia and ask him or her if there are test that can be done to find out for sure. It's important to find out whether or not you have hypoglycemia because it can turn into diabetes if you aren't careful. I know this because my mother is hypoglycemic and that's what the doctor told her.
For immediately here are some websites about hypoglycemia that may be helpful:
This next connection is a support forum for people with hypoglycemia:
There could be several reason for this. There's basically 2 types of diabetes. The first (type 1) you develop early in time and is where your pancreas does not produce any insulin (the hormone your body needs to control the amount of sugar in your blood). Type 2 usually develops latter in life (40+) and is where the insulin your pancreas produces is irregular. It's worth asking your GP to do a urine tryout if you think you possibly could have diabetes (e.g. if it runs in your family). It could also be something as simple as you're not intake properly.
Because epinephrine, one of the hormones that is activated by hypoglycemia, comes from the central like a cat on a hot tin roof system, the majority of early symptoms of hypoglycemia are related to the nervous system.
Common symptoms of hypoglycemia include the following:
Because the brain is deprived of glucose, a second set of symptoms follows:
Difficulty surrounded by thinking
Eating every 4-6 hours is important to prevent hypoglycemia.
Be adventurous and try something new to liven up your snacks between meal!
Each of the following counts as one starch:
One small apple, orange, peach, pear, nectarine, or tangerine
Eight animal crackers
Four medium fresh apricots or seven dried halves
1/2 of a banana rolled with 2-tablespoons Grape Nuts cereal
1 cup cubed cantaloupe
Twelve Bing cherries
Two chocolate mousse bar (Weight Watchers)
1/2 cup chow mein noodles
Two sugar-free fudgesicles
36 Goldfish (adds 1 fat serving)
Three graham crackers (2 1/2-inch square)
1/2 low-fat granola bar
1/2 cup fruit juice
Five slices melba toast
1 cup skim milk
Three peanut butter sandwich crackers (adds 1 plump serving)
Two small plums
24 oyster crackers
3 cups popcorn (popped by hot air, or low-fat microwave)
1 slice of angel food cake
1 sugar-free pudding snack cup
Three dried pitted prunes
15 fat-free potato or tortilla chips
3/4 ounce pretzels
2 tablespoons raisins
Two rice cakes (4" diameter)
1 regular Jell-o snack cup
Seven Ritz crackers (adds 1 fat serving)
Six saltine crackers
1/2 cup can fruit
15 Teddy Grahams (adds 1 fat serving)
Five reduced-fat Triscuits
Six Vanilla Wafers (adds 1 fat serving)
Six Waverly Wafers (adds 1 fat serving)
12 Original Wheat Thins (adds 1 flabby serving)
13 Reduced-fat Wheat Thins (adds 1/2 fat serving)
1 cup nonfat fruit-flavored yogurt (sweetened with sugar substitute)
1/2 cup of sherbet or I Can't Believe It's Yogurt or TCBY frozen yogurt
And now you know ....
Well, when you are diabetic and are having an hypoglicaemia, those are the symptoms and you own to rush for some sugary liquid.
If you are describing hypoglicaemia symptoms, you are right. Source(s): I'm diabetic