LOW BLOOD SUGAR OR HYPOGYLCEMIA SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS

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LOW BLOOD SUGAR or HYPOGLYCEMIA is caused by an abnormally low blood sugar in the blood. Sometimes the condition can be caused by aspirin overdoses, oral diabetic and insulin overdoses, also failure to eat. At times there can be neurological effects as well as aroursal of the nervous system.

Submitted: August 20, 2009

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LOW BLOOD SUGAR or HYPOGLYCEMIA is caussed by abnormally low blood sugar in the blood. Sometimes the condition can be caused by aspirin overdoses, oral diabetic and insulin overdoses, also failure to eat. At times there can be neurological effects as well as arousal of the nervous system.

The SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS may include episodes of sweating, nausea, palpitations, violent behaviors, coma, and seizures. The patient may also have large amounts of fatigue. Some people have symptoms of dizziness and the inability to concentrate. The condition can be diagnosed by taking a blood sugar test in a home, PHYSICIANS, PHYSICIANS ASSISTANTS or NURSES PRACTIONERS office, or a hospital.

The most effective treatment to date is sugar by mouth. The treatments need to be approved by a PHYSICIANS, PHYSIANS ASSISTANTS,or NURSES PRACTIONERS to get the correct care for a family member. Sometimes in a hospital enviroment intravenous dextrose is adminstrated to the patient. When the patient is discharged they may be given a diet to follow by there PHYSICIANS, PHYSICANS ASSISTANTS or NURSES PRACTIONERS. It is a very treatable condition at this time. Please seek medical treatment from a PHYSICIANS, PHYSICIANS ASSISTANTS or NURSES PRACTIONERS.


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