If you do not suffer from diabetes, but you have suffered from low blood sugar--called hypoglycemia--you need to have this condition treated. External factors, such as drinking too much alcohol, taking a monoamine oxidase inhibitor, quinine sulfate or aspirin, or problems developing after stomach surgery can cause you to experience symptoms.
Internally, if you suffer from any diseases involving your pancreas, kidneys, adrenal glands, liver or other organs, or if you have any other type of metabolic problems, you may experience hypoglycemia.
If your hypoglycemia is severe, you can develop seizures, pass out, slip into a coma or die. If your symptoms are mild or moderate, you feel ill. Eat or drink something containing real sugar, not artificial sweeteners. Fruits, fruit juice, cola or candy can help. For more information on low blood sugar, read our Bright Hub guides.
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