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Types of hypoglycemia
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Types of hypoglycemia
There are two primary forms of hypoglycemia.

Acute hypoglycemia, also known as reactive or rebound hypoglycemia, which results from a chromium deficiency. Acute hypoglycemia occurs after eating. There is a rapid rise in blood sugar resulting in a over release of insulin causing the blood sugar to drop below normal.

Chronic hypoglycemia results from adrenal dysfunction. When you don't eat blood sugar begins to drop, which of course can be dangerous. So the adrenals normally respond by secreting cortisol, which stimulates the release of glycogen from the liver restoring proper blood sugar levels. If the adrenals are slow to respond the blood sugar drops below normal (hypoglycemia).

Symptoms of hypoglycemia can vary, but are generally fatigue, headache, trembling, weakness, irritation, and sweating. There can also be symptoms as well.

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RE: Types of hypoglycemia
(09-10-2012 04:28 AM)James Wrote:  There are two primary forms of hypoglycemia.

Acute hypoglycemia, also known as reactive or rebound hypoglycemia, which results from a chromium deficiency. Acute hypoglycemia occurs after eating. There is a rapid rise in blood sugar resulting in a over release of insulin causing the blood sugar to drop below normal.

Chronic hypoglycemia results from adrenal dysfunction. When you don't eat blood sugar begins to drop, which of course can be dangerous. So the adrenals normally respond by secreting cortisol, which stimulates the release of glycogen from the liver restoring proper blood sugar levels. If the adrenals are slow to respond the blood sugar drops below normal (hypoglycemia).

Symptoms of hypoglycemia can vary, but are generally fatigue, headache, trembling, weakness, irritation, and sweating. There can also be symptoms as well.
Thank you. I am now taking the chromium. May be you want to add
the chromium you prefer I know it from your old posts.
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09-10-2012 05:02 AM
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