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Diabetes Forum The Global Diabetes Community Find support, ask questions and share your experiences. Join the community I have some how come down with brain fog Iv been reading everywhere about what it could be related to and I can't figure it out basically I had a high blood reading and then suddenly once I had combatted the high I felt all spacy my blood sugar wasn't low it was 6.6. So I couldn't work it out anyways its been 3 days and I'm still spaced out I'm worrying it could be some kinda brain damage from diabites or like a diabetic permanant cognitive dysfunction just wondering if anyone has suffered wth this and if so how did you get rid of it ? Really worried !!! Hi Ryan, obviously no one can diagnose what your problem is so best bet is a visit to your GP. If you have been running high for a long period time my guess would your body is used to running high and now you are at a lower level your body thinks you are hypo as in a false hypo. Obviously just a guess as your information is rather lacking. Funnily my BG this morning g was 4.5 @ 8.30, by 2 this afternoon it was 11.3. The only thing I can put it down to was 2 apricots! GI index said they were fine. I had a thick co Continue reading >>

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  1. Specktagon

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    IsItBullshit: A perfectly healthy human can get diabetis by eating too much sugar. (self.IsItBullshit)
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  2. Sarcasticorjustrude

    Bullshit. Type 1 is genetic. Type 2 is genetic and what you eat etc, including sugar intake. It puts you at higher risk of many things, including type 2 diabetes, because lots of sugar isn't good for you, but no, eating sugar alone isn't going to give you diabetes.
    http://www.diabetes.org/diabetes-basics/myths/?referrer=https://www.google.com/

  3. Mechanical_Indian

    Type 2 is genetic and what you eat etc, including sugar intake. It puts you at higher risk of many things, including type 2 diabetes, because lots of sugar isn't good for you
    I feel saying it's bullshit is arguing unimportant details. Although genetics are still involved, you just said yourself that eating lots of sugar can contribute to the chances of someone having type 2 diabetes. This is all anyone is saying. The two are linked.

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