Hello … I want to ask. How to say when ordinary low blood sugar disease. May we give you tea with ordinary Pasro sugar or have to drink special sugar like advertisements in general. And how to deal with it when our legs feel cramped at night whether it has anything to do with diabetes. Teros sometimes stomach nausea and want to vomit and this pain can be called stomach acid. Thank you in advance. Please advise
Low blood sugar or hypoglycemia is a condition where blood sugar levels are below normal limits (<70 mg / dL), in some people the symptoms of hypoglycemia can occur at higher blood sugar levels so that blood sugar control should be done regularly if it has certain conditions which can cause hypoglycemia. This condition can be caused by poor diet, excessive physical activity without adequate food, related to medical conditions such as diabetes or due to side effects of drugs.
If you have a history of hypoglycemia or have diabetes, it is strongly recommended that you check your blood sugar when experiencing symptoms of hypoglycemia and immediately consume a source of sugar (glucose) that is easily absorbed such as candy or soft drinks. If the complaints that occur are very severe or very low sugar levels, in addition to consuming sources of sugar, you should also immediately consult a doctor in order to get further appropriate treatment.
The emergence of cramps or tingling in the legs is often experienced by diabetics. This can be caused by neurological disorders related to diabetes complications (diabetic neuropathy). Uncontrolled diabetes can also cause gastrointestinal disturbances because diabetes can cause slowed bowel movements making it easier for gastrointestinal complaints. Apart from diabetes, gastrointestinal complaints that you experience can also be caused by heartburn, stomach acid pain, food intolerance or irritable bowel syndrome.
Regarding the complaints above, you should check yourself with a specialist in internal medicine so that further tests are carried out so that the appropriate treatment steps can be taken. Your doctor will ask for a history of your complaints, do a physical examination and supporting examinations such as blood tests. Take medication and control according to your doctor's instructions so that your blood sugar is always in optimal condition.
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