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Re: [IP] terrified of lows



I've usually tried to acknowledge what's happening (don't fight it) focus on
the ground (helps with the visual "flashing" I get with low lows) and take
the glucose gel immediately knowing it will indeed get me back up fast. What
ever method you come up with is fine - the secret is to carry the gel (or
whatever) and TRUST that it will work. I also stop whatever it was that I
was doing so I don't confuse myself more with multitasking!
Peg W
----- Original Message -----
From: "Cherry M. Dumas" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Sunday, March 17, 2002 7:47 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] terrified of lows


> In a message dated 3/17/02 2:48:11 PM, email @ redacted writes:
>
> <<
> Of course, if I'm low, or if I think I'm low, and I panic, it only makes
the
> situation worse.
>
> Anyone have any ideas on how to deal with that type of anxiety?
>
> Jenn
> email @ redacted >>
>
> To tell the truth...I would much rather deal with the lows than the super
> highs. Lows are much easier to fix than the highs are. But that is just me
> Cherry and Jubilee 2
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