insulin reaction


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Synonyms for insulin reaction

hypoglycemia produced by excessive insulin in the system causing coma

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The symptoms of insulin reaction vary from sweating, shakiness, or dizziness to feeling faint, disoriented, or a tingling sensation.
Babies with diabetes may cry and be cranky with the onset of an insulin reaction. Blood glucose monitoring at home can determine whether or not this is the case and indicate when action needs to be taken.
The more common problem, hypoglycemia, usually is brought on by an insulin reaction due to too much insulin, too little food, or too much physical exercise.[2] Proper "reaction" to the diabetic child's physiological response generally has been the extent of the teacher's role in meeting the needs of the diabetic pupil.
4:40 p.m., an ambulance responded to Main Street for a person having an insulin reaction.
An insulin reaction occurs when there is too much insulin in the bloodstream.
The supplier has also begun cross-merchandising programs with its sister company, Can-Am Care, which markets a full line of diabetes care items, including private label lancets, glucose supplements, insulin syringes, insulin reaction gels and finger cream.
Golian's fitness philosophy includes elimination of complex carbohydrates and white refined sugars in any form due to the body's insulin reaction. "It's in breads and pastas, so I'll eat whole wheat grains," Bradley says.
By carrying with them a source of readily absorbed, concentrated sugar (such as a small tube of cake decoration), they can deal with any insulin reaction that may occur.
After a person has recovered from an insulin reaction, it is essential to eat some more slowly digested food to prevent the high insulin level in the blood from causing another reaction.
IWONDER how many insulin-dependent patients resent being informed by nurses and GPs that they can force us to have blood sugar tests, even though we are having an insulin reaction and have recognised our own symptoms of what is actually low blood sugar?
This may increase or shorten duration of insulin reaction.
Failure to consume the proper amount of food at a meal to cover the insulin dose may result in a hypoglycemic attack (also called insulin reaction).
This sudden increase in adrenaline speeds up the heart and causes sweating, thus alerting the diabetic patient to an insulin reaction. Without that surge, the diabetic may pass out before he can raise his blood sugar by drinking orange juice or eating candy.
Crying may mean nothing important-or it may mean the beginning of a drop in your baby's blood sugar level (insulin reaction).
Carbohydrates raise blood sugar levels, whereas if you eat non-starchy veg, blood sugar levels are raised, but only very gently so they do not cause an insulin reaction," explains Leslie.
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