Clinical and Experimental Psychology


Hypoglycemia, also referred to as low blood glucose, maybe a fall in blood glucose to levels below normal. This may end in a spread of symptoms including clumsiness, trouble talking, confusion, loss of consciousness, seizures or death. A feeling of hunger, sweating, shakiness and weakness can also be present. Symptoms typically come on quickly. The most common explanation for hypoglycemia is medications wont to treat DM like insulin and sulfonylureas. Risk is bigger in diabetics who have eaten but usual, exercised quite usual or drunk alcohol. Other causes of hypoglycemia include renal failure, certain tumors (such as insulinoma), disease, hypothyroidism, starvation, an inborn error of metabolism, severe infections, reactive hypoglycemia, and variety of medicine including alcohol. Low blood glucose may occur in otherwise healthy babies who haven't eaten for a couple of hours.

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