Someone brought his blood sugar level down by taking a very small amount (about quarter teaspoonful) of Maythee (Fenugreek) and Daarcheyney (Cinnamon)  powder every day.
He has stopped the unnecessary luxury of eating lunch since a few years ago.  Eating dinner after breakfast and breakfast after dinner strikes a very good balance for the body. If Maythee powder is not available then a few grains of Maythee can be chewed in the morning after leaving it overnight in some water in a cup. In this blog post, we will be focusing on Hypoglycemia – its definition, symptoms, and treatments. Glucose (sugar) is one of the body’s major sources of energy and is manufactured in the form of complex carbohydrates or simple sugar. When blood sugar is critically low, the liver starts processing glycogen to convert it into new sugar. Critically low blood sugar is when the body runs out of blood sugar and feels weak or if the brain’s demand for glucose increases. When the brain senses that the glucose level in the body is falling, it sends messages to other parts of the body. If you don’t have an insulin pump, fruit juices, raw fruit, soda, table sugar (at least 4 teaspoons) or candy are quick fixes.


Complex carbohydrates such as sweet pastries, cookies, brownies, and other sweet treats don’t qualify as ideal first aid treatments, because these combine protein and fat. Initially, the body would need about 15 grams of sugar to get their blood glucose back to normal.
It is advisable to consume more carbohydrates once you’re past acute stage to normalize your blood glucose level.
Prepare a detailed report and have your doctor check them to know whether your hypoglycemia is insulin pump or medication-induced.
A family member, regular companion, or a roommate of yours should also be informed and educated about administering hypoglycemia treatments, just as you should be counseled on checking your blood glucose and managing your symptoms before going out or living alone. You already know the nature of the condition, what happens during an episode, how, and why it happens.
When a person runs out of glucose, the body is facing a serious threat that could lead to brain damage. This reaction triggers the below symptoms, your brain’s way of protecting itself from damage. Candy is especially helpful so you might want to carry some around everyday especially if you are up for high level of activity.


Another 15 grams can be administered if nothing happens, and another 15 grams if the symptoms persist after 10 minutes. If Daarcheyney powder is not available then a little piece can be chewed and digested.  Daarcheyney can also be taken with honey if available. Hypoglycemic unawareness means the insulin level drops at rapid rate ahead of all symptoms, so they are not detected.
The proper response is to elevate blood glucose level by eating before the brain runs out of stock.
If the symptoms do not go away after three tries or within 30 minutes, it’s time to call an ambulance.
If people around you, even strangers are aware of your hypoglycemia, you can prevent going into a coma.
Failing to respond will cause the blood glucose to continue to drop causing dizziness and trembling.



Prediabetes blood glucose levels chart 2014
Type 2 diabetes monitoring blood glucose levels normal


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