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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)
... My guess is that he is mad about things he cannot tell you....or its not worth it. Nice parents can be maddening. Overly sugar sweet, and then alternately angry...parents can be VERY angering. Provocative even. ... (11 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)
... esteem, lose respect for my parents, and didn't teach me anything about the proper way to behave. I do feel that the problem with metabolizing sugar does add to the symptoms of A.D.D., but I don't feel that it's the root of the entire problem. ... (16 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)
... adhd is a chemical imbalance in the brain and evan body also sometimes affects how things work are absorbed etc like i can take doses that would knock a horse out and still walk and take sleeping pills but they kick in the next day no addiction etc the food the water the pop all throw it off more evan simple tap water has chemicals i eat my diabetic wife's cooking and lots... (6 replies)
504/IEP
Mar 17, 2011
... It was a little fun going into the school for a surprise meeting regarding the screening process on the very next day. I was sick with anger about what was going on. Showing up with a friend who works as a child advocate in tow felt very empowering. ... (27 replies)
My little guy
Mar 14, 2008
... the doctor said that he would just monitor him every six months with a heart scan. We tried the medicine but our son reacted very badly with it. Mood swings and anger that I had never seen before. My sweet little boy disappeared. We decided to do stop medicine and do some research on alternatives. ... (5 replies)
Feingold Diet
May 1, 2003
... I'm so excited to read these posts--I almost stopped viewing this page because everytime I posted the success we had with my son and his all natural diet--well, it seemed as those people wanted to tune it out. I'm not saying that it doesn't take work but we have been doing this for several years now (5 to be exact) and my son who is now 13 years old is succeeding and we chose... (16 replies)
Straterra
Mar 7, 2003
... 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)
... ous child says he doesn't want to go back, that this year will be just as bad as last year. I am heartbroken, and when a parent is heartbroken about thier child, anger is not far away. ... (13 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)
... I agree with the previous posting about vitamins. My son was the same as what you describe. Socially "handicapped" because of his impulseness, hyperness and behavioral difficulties (hitting, anger, etc.) We supplement with vitamins, but what I would also like to add is ... we also experienced a total turnaround by changing his diet and taking him off things like soda,... (32 replies)




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