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Diabetes: Treating Hypoglycemia
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Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar or
insulin shock) occurs when blood sugar level drops too
low. If a person with diabetes takes too much insulin,
exercises too much or eats too little food, hypoglycemia
can develop. It can happen at any time, and with
surprising suddenness. If not treated promptly, it can
result in a loss of consciousness.
If you or your loved one
experience any of these symptoms, you should immediately
stop what you're doing and treat the condition fast.