I have been eating different and excising for weeks now and I stopped taking Januvia and went back on the Metformin. Thursday night I had eaten dinner (a small steak, corn on the cob, a slice of garlic bread, and a side Caesar salad…and a little while later I had a Skinny Cow chocolate bar).
Difference was that I was pretty late eating because I went to the WW meeting and was pretty much starving. I was also afraid that here I am on the eff-ing toilet doing what I was doing and I was going to pass out and then the paramedics would need to not only come into my filthy house, but they would find me on the floor of the bathroom in such a state that omg, I can’t even imagine it.
And we realized that my husband needs to learn how to test my sugar, in case of another emergency.
At this point, I felt better, so I finished up what I was doing and went to the living room to wait for the paramedics. I didn’t take a ride in the ambulance, but did this open my eyes and scared the crap out of me!! I also got some glucose tablets to keep in my purse and at home, I got some hard candy for both also, and I got some diabetic friendly bars to keep in my purse. I am feeling 100% better now, and seriously have had an eye opener on how scary Diabetes can be.
People with diabetes may need to take insulin injections to control their high blood glucose.
Homeostasis can be defined as an organism's tendency to maintain the equilibrium of different internal systems by using various biochemical and physical processes.
Under normal circumstances, the body is able to balance the amount of glucose, or sugar, in the blood with the amount of glucose that the cells need for fuel. The other side of the equation in glucose homeostasis involves glucagon — another hormone produced by the pancreas. In a healthy individual, these hormonal interactions and adjustments maintain a fairly constant and optimal blood glucose level. Insufficient insulin and insulin resistance are associated with diabetes mellitus and can cause severe hyperglycemia.
Hypoglycemia, or low blood glucose, is typically considered less serious than hyperglycemia unless the hypoglycemia is present in a patient with diabetes.
Even for people who do not have and are not at risk for diabetes, glucose levels in the blood can really effect energy levels and your general health. I get that both types of diabetics have trouble maintaining homeostasis of blood glucose levels.
We know the feeling all too well: that mid-afternoon crash that creeps up slowly, and then suddenly has us snapping at co-workers and losing patience with our kids.


Those living with conditions such as hypoglycemia and diabetes can experience dangerously low drops in blood sugar.
So you went too long without eating, missed the warning signs, and are now spiraling into hangry territory. Everyday Health editors and guest columnists tackle commonly asked questions about health and medical conditions. My A1-C was ridiculous at like 15 or so and the dr said that my sugar was in the 500’s.
Seriously, it was worse than when I had a panic attack and thought I was having a heart attack. Examples of homeostasis in humans include the body's attempt to maintain a fairly constant and normal blood pressure, and its efforts to regulate internal body temperature. The hormone insulin, which the pancreas produces, facilitates the transport of glucose into the cells. When something interrupts this glucose homeostasis, a person may experience blood glucose levels outside the normal range for a healthy person.
In such cases, the hypoglycemia can mean an overdose of administered insulin or oral medication, which can lead to dangerously low blood glucose levels. If you stick to whole wheat and whole fruit (which does have a lot of sugar, but also have fiber to help you metabolize it more slowly), you'll be a lot better off!
I probably understand Type 1 better; their bodies do not produce insulin, so they cannot metabolize glucose, so they develop sever hyperglycemia and will die if left untreated. But then why do they wind up *low* blood sugar? People taking medications to lower blood sugar, such as insulin, are especially susceptible. Having easy-to-munch snacks like nuts on hand, as well as portable fruit like apples, oranges, and bananas — or single-serving Greek yogurts — will ensure that you never go more than a few hours without eating. This was after I had already eaten a bit of candy so I don’t know how low my sugar actually was.
I also bought a cheap meter at CVS and will leave that one at work once I get my new meter from the supply company. Another example of human homeostasis is glucose homeostasis, also known as blood glucose regulation or blood sugar regulation. Too little available insulin in the bloodstream will reduce the amount of glucose that the cells are able to absorb. Hyperglycemia, or high blood glucose, can occur when the pancreas produces insufficient insulin or when cells are resistant to insulin. Often, individuals with diabetes will need to take insulin injections or oral medications to control their high blood glucose.


Less serious cases can occur because of fasting, overexertion, or some metabolic condition. If an insulin-dependent diabetic overshoots the insulin, and takes too much, his or her blood sugar levels will drop too low.
When levels dip below the normal range, you may experience certain symptoms like lack of energy, headache, shakiness, or irritability. In these cases, if low blood sugar is not treated correctly, it can lead to unconsciousness, coma, and even death in very severe cases, Palinski-Wade warns.
Even if meetings, errands, or family obligations fill up your calendar, you’ll have something to hold you over until you can eat a proper meal. For those without diabetes, you may notice a feeling of fatigue, fogginess, a slight headache beginning to develop, or notice you’re becoming irritated at things that don’t normally bother you, advises Palinski-Wade. Glucose homeostasis relies on the balance and interactions of two hormones — insulin and glucagon — to maintain a healthy blood glucose level. This will raise the blood glucose level, which in turn stimulates the pancreas to release more insulin and allow more glucose absorption. The hormone stimulates the liver to release glucose stored within its cells, thus raising blood glucose levels to a normal level. Left untreated, diabetes mellitus and the associated hyperglycemia can damage the kidneys, eyes, and circulatory system.
Taking a sugary drink will quickly bring blood sugar levels back up to normal and prevent more serious complications. It’s vital that these individuals consult with their care teams and learn how to properly manage their blood-sugar levels, as well as establish an action plan for getting levels back on track if a dip does occur.
She recommends a well-balanced meal or snack that contains a combo of fiber, carbohydrates, and a healthy protein or fat, such as a handful of nuts or a scoop of low-fat cottage cheese topped with berries. I blog about my animals, my journey to a healthier me, motivational things, and just life in general.
Sugar is the main source of energy for our body’s cells, especially the brain,” says Palinski-Wade.
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