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Re: [IP] Re: HOw do you prevent over-treating a hypo?



If possible, a nap or sit down tim is good after bad low, IMO. Deep breathing &
water too.. Linda

Darrin Parker wrote:

> >One other thing that I've noticed, is that when I do
> >feel the low, that I often still feel affected by it
> >after my bg's have returned to normal.
>
> This is normal, Jack.  No pun intended.  All I've read to date states that
> it takes the brain at least one hour to retsore to full emotional and
> cognitive function *after* bg's have returned to normal after a hypo, no
> matter how mild.
>
> Darrin Parker - Nova Scotia, Canada!
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