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... Onto the sugary bits. I can't honestly say that I've ever had much trouble with blood sugar being overly high or low. I can go all day without eating and generally won't have any effect aside from perhaps a headache. ... (5 replies)
... For some of us, the blood sugar has to drop only a bit below normal for us to have a "meltdown moment" when we run into a stress situation. ... (5 replies)
... There's one thing that doesn't make sense. It's well established that low blood sugar can cause irritability and impaired judgement, BUT, only below about 60, and sugar that low also causes physical symptoms. ... (5 replies)

... I suppose it could be my brain is just more sensitive to variations in blood sugar than most people's are. That would kinda make sense. In any case, I'm pretty sure that what happens to me isn't a true hypoglycemic episode. ... (5 replies)
... I, too, have issues with low blood sugar causing irritability and rage.. I've learned to always carry food with me. ... (5 replies)
... Oh, and one other thought. I'm not on it now, but I found that my blood sugar related moods were best controlled when I followed The Zone diet. ... (5 replies)
... ed to control my temper. Most of the time I succeeded, occasionally I failed. When I failed, other folks sometimes tried to help me. I was offered counseling, anger management books, sometimes discipline or threats so I'd "choose" to stop losing my temper. ... (1 replies)
... I totally agree!!! I have been through this for so long with my son who is currently in 5th grade. There is such a difference in him. The anger and frustration he had everyday, seemed to disappear. He smiles now and is soooooo much happier. ... (40 replies)
Mar 7, 2003
... okay with breakfast, I'm not sure about lunch, though he says he has pizza, hot dogs, fish and fries, etc. Supper can be unbearable. He has to eat to keep his blood sugar up, and then he has to take his evening shot after he eats, not too late, so I can be sure he's not too low to go to bed. My husband took him to the dr. ... (50 replies)
... I know I keep on saying this--but I agree with Barewinds. I have seen it with my own eyes. My son is now 11 and we have been using the "natural" food approach supplemented by vitamins and making sure his proteins are higher in a meal than his carbs (to even out blood sugar) and he is doing wonderful!!! No more agression, no more anger, , in more impulsiveness--teachers... (32 replies)

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