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Low Blood Sugar (hypoglycaemia)

A low blood sugar, also called hypoglycaemia or a "hypo", is where the level of sugar (glucose) in your blood drops too low. It mainly affects people with diabetes, especially if you take insulin. A low blood sugar can be dangerous if it's not treated promptly, but you can usually treat it easily yourself. Symptoms of low blood sugar A low blood sugar causes different symptoms for everybody. You'll learn how it makes you feel if you keep getting it, although your symptoms may change over time. Early signs of a low blood sugar include: feeling hungry sweating tingling lips feeling shaky or trembling feeling tired becoming easily irritated, tearful, stroppy or moody turning pale If not treated, you may then get other symptoms, such as: weakness blurred vision difficulty concentrating unusual behaviour, slurred speech or clumsiness (like being drunk) feeling sleepy seizures (fits) collapsing or passing out Hypos can also occur while sleeping, which may wake you up during the night or cause headaches, tiredness or damp sheets (from sweat) in the morning. If you have a device to check your blood sugar level, a reading of less than 4mmol/L is too low and should be treated. Treatment for Continue reading >>

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  1. DemZee

    does caffeine take you out of ketosis? and does aspartame take you out of ketosis? i want to know because my preworkout has alot of caffeine and i need it because on this diet i feel tired and i have a lack of energy in the gym also i enjoy a coke zero from time to time and i want to know if this will take me out of ketosis?

  2. Targash

    does caffeine take you out of ketosis? and does aspartame take you out of ketosis?
    Read the faq. Carbs take you out of ketosis and a large excess of protien.
    on this diet i feel tired and i have a lack of energy
    Follow the electrolyte guidelines in the faq.

  3. DemZee

    thanks for the info but caffeine and aspartame are very controversial so i wanted the opinion of the reddit community not just the faq

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neonatal hypoglycaemia for nurses ref 2009

Hypoglycaemia

Hypoglycaemia, sometimes called a hypo or low, is a condition that occurs when a person’s blood glucose level (BGL) has dropped too low, below 4mmol/L. It is important to treat a hypo quickly to stop the BGL from falling even lower and the person becoming seriously unwell. Hypoglycaemia can make it hard to concentrate and carry out everyday activities. Some activities, such as driving and operating machinery, are not safe if BGLs are less than 5.0mmol/L. Hypoglycaemia is much more common in people who take insulin or certain other glucose lowering tablets, however it can occur in people with diabetes who are not using insulin. Hypoglycaemia can be caused by one or a number of events, such as: Too much insulin or other glucose lowering diabetes tablets Delaying or missing a meal Not eating enough carbohydrate Unplanned physical activity* More strenuous exercise than usual* Drinking alcohol - the risk of hypoglycaemia increases, the more alcohol you drink *Hypoglycaemia may be delayed for 12 hours or more after exercise Symptoms of hypoglycaemia vary from person to person. Early signs and symptoms may include: Shaking, trembling or weakness Sweating Paleness Hunger Light headedness Continue reading >>

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  1. quiz

    Ketosis in less than 12 hours...

    (i searched for other threads but couldn't find anyone getting into ketosis this fast)
    According to my ketostix...is this okay? Got the same results after 5-6 different ketostix from two different new bottles throughout last night. Started yesterday morning, went to work(office job) came home and used a couple ketostix 12 hours later, positive. I'm sure I don't have diabetes.
    I've been on keto before around 8 months ago for about 2 months, but have been eating carbs and getting fat ever since. During work I ate mostly just almonds and sweat a little just because i had a sweater on. I felt a mild headache, and it feels like I'm in ketosis from my past experience.
    more info: 185 pounds, about 20% bf, ate normal keto foods, didn't workout that day yet, on p90x workout though.
    girlfriend is apparently in ketosis already too(her first time trying). she's 100 pounds and doing p90x too. same foods.

  2. ChicagoChef

    Yeah, it's fine.
    And dude... easy on the ketosticks!

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http://healthandpersonalcare22.blogsp... Instant energy Glucose Tablet, easily chew-able Useful for people agonising from Hypoglycemia

Are You Being Treated With Glucose Lowering Tablets Called Sulphonylureas?

Do you have diabetes? Are you being treated with insulin? (ask your pharmacist) Have you experienced any of the following symptoms during the day or night? Hypo symptoms You could be experiencing hypoglycaemia or ‘hypos’ (low blood glucose) What are hypos? Hypoglycaemia or hypos are when the glucose (also called sugars) in the blood falls to a low level below 4.0 mmol/l, whether you feel it or not What causes hypos? Hypos can have a number of causes. If your diabetes is being treated by insulin or tablets called sulphonylureas (ask your pharmacist), you might experience a hypo because of: Taking too much insulin Delayed or missed meals Not eating enough food containing carbohydrate (eg. bread, pasta, cereals) Exercising more than usual Breastfeeding Recreational drugs Check your blood glucose regularly Do not delay in treating your hypo Always carry food or a drink with you containing 15g of fast acting carbohydrate Carry a diabetes emergency card or bracelet Try not to skip meals Take your diabetes medication correctly Be extra careful when you are drinking alcohol Visit your doctor or nurse regularly to check your medication Why TALK hypos? Hypos are common and for some peopl Continue reading >>

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  1. saxybandgeek1

    I know the general rule is if you eat <25g carbs a day you should be in ketosis but I've also heard certain sweeteners can throw you out.
    I'll probably buy keto sticks eventually but I just don't want to spend the money right now

  2. Targash

    If you're eating 20 net grams and you're a human being you're in ketosis. Minimal carbs and brain still functions? Ketosis!

  3. WillowWagner

    You don't need keto sticks period. Some people have negative reactions to some foods. If too much of a particular food leaves you with carb cravings, or with stomach troubles, or changes in mood or sleep, that's likely a food sensitivity issues. It doesn't mean you've stopped making or burning ketones.
    You can get a blood ketone meter and spend $2 or $3 per test strip, unless you have a specific medical condition to address, that's a lot of money to prove what you already know.

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