Hypoglycemia occurs when blood sugar levels fall below the normal range. A blood glucose test is the only sure way to tell if you have low blood sugar. There are several symptoms to be aware of. In this paper, however, I’ll go over the symptoms and long-term consequences of low blood sugar.
1. Excessive sweating.
Sweating excessively is one of the first signs that your blood sugar has dropped too low. To help you cope with the illness, your doctor may recommend medication, exercise, and dietary changes.
If your blood sugar levels are too low, you may become confused. You might start slurring your words or lose your bearings. Seizures, comas, and waking up with no memory of the previous hours are all possible in severe cases.
Long-term high blood sugar levels can cause stomach and intestine inflammation, resulting in vagus nerve injury. Weight loss is possible as a result of reduced appetite. Acid reflux, cramping, vomiting, and severe constipation are some of the other symptoms.
When blood sugar levels become uncontrollable, insulin can assist diabetics in regaining control. If you overeat, however, your body may be unable to replenish the glucose it has lost. As a result, you may experience physical and mental exhaustion.
5. The heartbeat.
The most common cause of glucose decline is a negative reaction to diabetic medication. If your blood sugar is too low, the hormones that help raise it may also cause your heart to race and skip a beat (arrhythmia).