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Re: [IP] What a LOW feels like....



That hit the nail on the head.  :-)

Billie

"Parker, B.E., Mrs." wrote:

> My first indication is that I get really busy.  Whatever I'm doing, I have
> lots of energy and don't want to stop.  I keep telling myself, I'll get
> something to eat as soon as I finish ........ whatever.  Another indication
> to me is I get really sensitive to sounds, the TV or the radio becomes
> really loud, and people talking seem to be people yelling.  I feel like I'm
> in this really noisy, fast-moving video game and I can't stop it!  This
> makes me very irritable because I want everything to go away and leave me
> alone.  If I'm in a meeting, I get gradually more aggressive and
> argumentative (most of my co-workers have come to recognize the signs).
>
> If I'm dreaming, I dream about food.  If that doesn't wake me up, then I
> start solving the world's problems in my dreams.  Everything seems so
> logical and clear, how could I have missed that solution?  Of course, this
> IS the brain without any source of energy.
>
> Bottom-line, it's like those commercials where you see the traffic from
> above at high speed.  That's what your body is doing, running in high gear
> (the adrenaline) and going absolutely nowhere!
>
> BUT, I usually don't argue with people that ask if my sugar is off (low or
> hi), because I know that being diabetic is like being bi-polar.  If your
> blood sugar is too high or too low, you have a different personality than if
> it is right in the middle.  And then I can just smile at them (after
> testing) and say no, it must have been *you* that made me crazy!
>
> Peace,
> Barb
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