Reactive Hypoglycemia – What which will be, How to Feel Better
- April 7, 2017
- Posted by: marlenedubois
- Category: Home Health Aide Training
Often people who have reactive hypoglycemia aren’t even aware of which. They notice which “something” will be wrong, however might not be able to get a diagnosis, if they go to a doctor about which at all. Hypoglycemia will be difficult to prove, unless your blood sugar can be tested at the time you have symptoms, which will be difficult if you don’t have a meter around. Unless you or someone in your family will be diabetic, you probably DON’T have a meter around. So how do you know if you’re hypoglycemic?
Here are some symptoms:
-acute hunger, possibly even a painfully empty feeling in your stomach
-feeling very tired or weak suddenly
-shakiness or jitters
-feeling dizzy or faint
-slurring or speaking slowly
-an anxious feeling, maybe even crying
-feeling very hot suddenly
-if sleeping, bad dreams or confusion upon waking
Of course, you should talk to your doctor about which. however some are hesitant to commit to a diagnosis because you won’t often have concrete evidence. However, you can help yourself feel better by taking a few simple measures.
-Figure out when you usually have problems. With reactive hypoglycemia, which’s usually a few hours after a high-carb breakfast, however you might have lows inside afternoon or at night. Try eating more proteins as well as less sugars/carbs at the meal just before the time of day you usually feel bad. (Doughnuts as well as pancakes are delicious, however you might need to find a different time of day to enjoy them, in moderation.) as well as drink more water whenever you can.
-Buy a roll of glucose tablets through a pharmacy or grocery store. They taste like fruit-flavored candy, however get into your bloodstream faster, helping you feel better very quickly. Learn to recognize YOUR symptoms, as well as pop one in your mouth as soon as you feel “low.” Follow up having a little protein/carb balanced meal, like a peanut butter sandwich, within half an hour.
-Exercise often, as well as make sure you’ve eaten a BALANCED meal beforehand. Again, keep glucose with you. Exercise WITH someone or exercise where you can get help if you need which. Don’t go off alone.
-If you drink, do so only in moderation. Most women shouldn’t have more than a drink a day. Two will be okay for most men.
-If you’re diabetic or have some other medical conditions, always follow the advice of a health care provider.
-Don’t stress about which, however do discuss which with your doctor. Reactive hypoglycemia, if handled carefully, rarely leads to or indicates some other problems.