What Are The Common Signs of Hypoglycemia?

Q:
What are the common signs of hypoglycemia?

A:
In terms of the symptoms or signs of hypoglycemia, they vary among people. If blood sugar levels become too low, signs and symptoms may include:

  • trembling;
  • anxiety;
  • palpitations (fast or pounding heartbeat);
  • sweating;
  • clammy skin;
  • hunger.

All of the above are the early symptoms of hypoglycemia. Other possible symptoms of low blood sugar can be:

  • dizziness;
  • lightheadedness;
  • chills;
  • nausea;
  • lack of coordination.

If the low blood sugar levels persist, more serious symptoms develop, such as,

  • headache;
  • confusion;
  • difficulty with thinking;
  • seizures.

People with severe hypoglycemia may appear as if they’re intoxicated. They may slur their words and move clumsily, and eventually, coma may develop.

Please check with doctors to find more details.

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