I do not claim to be a person who "knows everything," But I have been delt a few jokers in my life so who know's maybe we can relate! A person suffering from reactive hypoglycemia may experience irritability and nervous tension. Scientists created a working guitar the size of a red blood cell to illustrate the possible uses of nanotechnology. Some of the more common reactive hypoglycemia symptoms include dizziness, increased heart rate, and high blood pressure. Quite often, persons who are afflicted with this medical disorder may experience reactive hypoglycemia symptoms such as irritability and nervous tension. Although this condition affects people differently, some patients may experience reactive hypoglycemia symptoms that are severe. When a person suffering from hypoglycemic conditions goes untreated, symptoms may be extreme enough to require hospitalization.
If a proper diagnosis of hypoglycemia has been established, the patient should keep an emergency supply of energy-producing food items on hand. In addition to this emergency intake, there are special diets for hypoglycemia patients that may be recommended under a physician's supervision and care.

Is it possible to have type 2 diabetes and reactive hypoglycemia together? I have these symptoms from time to time even though I'm a diabetic. I've been diagnosed with hypoglycemia but wasn't really told in detail how I should manage it.
When a person with this condition consumes sugar, the body tends to produce an excessive amount of insulin. A sudden need for prescription eyeglasses may present itself because of cloudiness or obscure vision. A feeling of excitability or inability to fall asleep for long periods may also manifest with this condition. In many cases, the physician may refer the patient to a trained dietitian who can help the individual maintain a healthy plan to manage the condition.
When that happens you may feel like fainting, you may get dizzy, confused, irritated and tired.
The doctor gave me a basic diet and said to stay away from foods with a high glycemic index. In some cases, reactive hypoglycemia symptoms such as anxiety attacks, prolonged insomnia, and psychosis may indicate a condition that requires hospitalization.

When this occurs, blood glucose levels may drop dramatically, impairing the patient's ability to function normally. In addition to the dizziness, some individuals may also experience headaches throughout the day.
The individual may experience reactive hypoglycemia symptoms reflecting lack of energy, such as anemia. You should check your blood sugar and take glucose tablets as necessary when that happens. But reactive hypoglycemia is completely different from this. It may show the same symptoms but the symptoms are usually after meals and can appear multiple times a day. I almost fainted the other day, my friend gave me some chocolate and I felt better. What else should I be doing?

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