Suddenly Sleepy, Irritable And Difficult To Focus. Symptoms Of Hypoglycemia?
Hello, I am experiencing some of the symptoms of hypoglycemia in this article https://www.google.co.id/amp/s/hellosehat.com/living-sehat/tips-sehat/4-pausebab-sickness-head- -diabetes / amp / is that really a symptom of hypoglycemia? Because I was able to suddenly go to sleep so lying down and also could suddenly feel sleepy, get angry easily and have difficulty focusing, I didn’t have diabetes but I went on a low-carbohydrate fasting diet and almost didn’t consume sugar at all.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The symptoms written in the article, with fatigue, dizziness, paleness and so on are indeed symptoms of hypoglycemia or a lack of blood sugar levels in the body. But you also need to know that diagnosing a medical condition is not just from the symptoms. There are several diseases that also show symptoms that are more or less the same, such as:
Anemia or lack of red blood cells
Low blood pressure
Dehydration or lack of fluids
Physical and mental fatigue
With your history on a diet, there really is reason to suspect hypoglycemia, but a blood sugar level check must still be done to ascertain whether you are really affected by the condition or not, and so you should see a doctor.
Apart from that, a good diet is actually not torture, makes you feel better and you can do it consistently for a long time, maybe even for a lifetime. If you imagine a particular diet for a lifetime or at least for years and you feel unable, that there is something wrong with your diet. There is no point in dieting by torturing yourself up to a certain weight and then rising again later in the day because you no longer control your diet.
So back again, one of the requirements for a good diet is that which can be done consistently, and certainly does not cause complaints that interfere with daily activities, such as heavy sleepiness, irritability and difficulty focusing. You can consult with a personal trainer at the gym or a nutritionist, and do not forget the component of exercise and rest in your diet. So, hopefully answering your question.