Low Blood Sugar
This four-page handout educates people about low blood sugar, also called hypoglycemia, insulin shock, or insulin reaction, which means not having enough sugar, or glucose, in the blood. It identifies normal and low blood sugar readings, lists possible causes, and describes warning signs, clarifying that some people do not have any symptoms. It recommends ways people can monitor and control their blood sugar levels, and provides tips for preventing low blood sugar and for staying safe.
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