Symptoms of Low Blood Sugar : Feeling Dizzy or Shaky

Every diabetes patients should learn how to know whether their blood
sugar is low or high. In my two previous articles, i wrote about how
to know that your blood sugar is high through excessive
thirty/frequent urination and Feeling of fatique/tiredness. I advice
you to read those two articles because knowledge is power.

Today, am writing about one of the symptoms that your blood sugar is
low. High blood sugar is the problem or cause of diabetes but
sometimes due to many factors blood sugar could drop low in diabetes
patients. It must be noted that low blood sugar is a serious and
dangerous sickness on it own. Low blood sugar is a silent killer and
kill fastly.

One of the symptoms of low blood sugar is DIZZINESS. Feeling dizzy or
shaky can be a sign of low blood sugar or hypoglycemia.

Low blood sugar is very dangerous and kill fast because our
brain needs glucose to function, therefore
a drop in blood sugar means the brain will malfunction which could
lead to many things such as dizziness, seizure and death. Therefore,
diabetes people still need to watch blood sugar if it is low. It means
keeping the blood sugar balance is the key not just keeping it from
getting high.

Therefore, if you are feeling dizzy or shaky especially after using
diabetes medication or other actions, you could drink a glass of fruit
juice as this will help to bring up your blood sugar in
the short term. I know of some people that drink soft drink when their
blood sugar is low. Some take sugar to bring the blood sugar up.

However, if you're
regularly feeling shaky or dizzy, please talk to
your doctor. Your doctor may advice you to make changes in your
medications or diet.


Blood sugar of diabetes patients can sometimes fall lower than normal.
This condition is dangerous if not taken care of. DIZZINESS is a major
sign of low blood sugar or glucose. Ability to read along this line
can safe diabetics from sudden death.

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