#8 – HuffPost, “I think she’s drunk.” I wasn’t, I was in severe hypoglycemia

If you’ve been here a time or two before you may know I’m doing a countdown on 10 top posts I’ve written over seven years for the Huffington Post.

This was one of my last posts and the first time low blood sugar made me feel, and appear, as if I was drunk. My blood sugar was in the 30s and my mind absolutely refused to think straight. Luckily, I was with a friend, and while she had no idea this could be low blood sugar, she knew something was really wrong.

 

One thought on “#8 – HuffPost, “I think she’s drunk.” I wasn’t, I was in severe hypoglycemia

  1. Sometimes the consequences of low blood sugar or hypoglycemia as health service providers call can land one in a coma for not having enough sugar in the body and thus no energy. Diabetics who are aware of their condition are advised to carry some sugar in form of juice etc that can replenish the dwindling stocks immediately. Wishing you well

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