REACTIVE HYPOGLYCEMIA

In the early stages of diabetes, people usually only have high blood sugar in hunger, while in some people only have high blood sugar in satiety. Some patients have low blood sugar as they eat a meal called reactive hypoglycemia. The main reason for these events is that insulin hormone does not work well and regularly.

Hypoglycemia is a condition that occurs during the day due to drops in blood sugar and creates a need to eat and snack on sugar, chocolate or sweet foods. High glycemic index, that is, rapidly elevating blood sugar carbohydrates are eaten, first sugar in the blood and then the hormone insulin quickly rises. Increased insulin in the blood, 2 hours after the blood sugar to lower the normal, with an excessive eating desire, tremors, sweating, stomach scraping symptoms such as gives this condition is called reactive hypoglycemia. When a person eats sweet foods, blood sugar rises again; however, due to rising insulin levels, blood sugar drops again after 2 hours. This condition continues in the form of a vicious cycle and the person quickly begins to gain weight.

As low as the height of sugar also affects the quality of life and work performance negatively. In the treatment of hypoglycemia, which we recommend to eat little by little at frequent intervals, the goal is to take precautions before the desire to eat sweet or sugary food occurs because

Low in sugar:

  • Weakness
  • Fatigue
  • Feeling faint
  • Tremors in hands
  • Heart palpitations
  • Concentration disorders
  • Inability to pay attention

When you are not treated with such complaints, it increases the severity of your diabetes.