When our sugar drops low as in the 50's or in those ranges, what causes our body to shake like almost violent? Well, I could say like a fish out of water. Anyway, this week my sugar did drop down to 50, and I was trying to eat mac and cheese. I was holding my fork, and my hand was shaking like how I was describing. It was pretty scary. I stopped eating, and then I tried to eat again, but when I was holding the fork, the shaking started again, until I could finally eat my mac and cheese regularly.
I also think someone doesn't like me, after she saw my diabetic spell. She is new to it, and new to pricking my finger. She is my teacher for work training. You know, to help me find a job. Have you ever had someone be that way to you, and how did it make you feel? I think though, that she was more stressed, because she was like, "You were fine, until you started freaking out!" Well, guess what? I didn't know what was happening, until my meter tells me what my sugar is, then my body reacts to it. I do have a talking meter, and it plays a tune as it checks my blood sugar.
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