2 edition of How to Live with Hypoglycemia found in the catalog.
How to Live with Hypoglycemia
October 15, 1982
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
Description. Chris Mole, author of ‘Heal Your Hypoglycemia’ Dear hypoglycemia sufferer, I know how you feel because I’ve been there myself. Thankfully, I have been able to completely heal my hypoglycemia by making some simple changes to my diet, which I explain in this e-book. life. Incidence of neonatal hypoglycemia is variable in different parts of the world, depending on definition of the condition and the methods of glucose estimation. The overall incidence has been estimated at 1 to 5 per 1, live births, but it is higher (up to 30%) in high risk populations.
Hypoglycemia is most often associated with diabetics and their overreaction to insulin, but the fact is that hypoglycemia can exist in the nondiabetic person as well. This concept has been too often ignored, leaving a lot of hypoglycemic people asking why they feel lousy. This book is a great starting point for finding some answers.5/5(5). Many of the symptoms of hypoglycemia are actually effects of the hormone epinephrine (which you may know as adrenaline). If you do not have the problems listed in the section “Hypoglycemia Unawareness” on page , your adrenal glands will respond to hypoglycemia by producing epinephrine.
It’s important that those who live or work with you learn that this is a fairly severe stage of hypoglycemia. The likelihood that it’s hypoglycemia is so great that valuable time may be wasted if treatment is delayed while someone fumbles about trying to measure your blood sugar. There are many possible causes for hypoglycemia, but it all really comes down to too much insulin (from an external source) and too little glucose in the blood. Even if there’s plenty of glucose inside the cells that require insulin, a problem still exists because the brain gets .
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This book is one of the top two books that I have read on reactive hypoglycemia. The author provides a realistic view of how long it takes to achieve % health, the issues you will encounter, and many helpful suggestions to take control of this condition and feel better faster/5(14).
Here is a book that explains in detail the relationship between diet and behavior, and important steps to recovery. It can be easily read with solid facts and simple suggestions. If followed, Roberta Ruggiero’s book can do wonders for not only people with hypoglycemia, but any blood sugar concern.
Through this book, I hope everyone will develop a better understanding of how to live with hypoglycemia. Please be aware none of the information provided here is intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent hypoglycemia or any other disease.
The contents are based upon the experience, research and opinions of the publisher and of other Author: Marti Norberg. Need to get a handle on your hypoglycemia. If so, this friendly guide offers expert advice on identifying symptoms and making the necessary lifestyle changes so you can live a full and active life.
This book features expanded coverage on diet, exercise, alternative treatments, and the link between low blood sugar and diabetes/5(71). BEWARE OF THIS book is written in a very chatty and casual style with very little scientific background or reference. There are many symptoms are described as consequence of hypoglycemia but in fact could be related to other causes/5().
I have hypoglycemia all my life and this book that was written in the 60's was the best their was about the treatment of it. It was so helpful to me when I How to Live with Hypoglycemia book found out I has hypoglycemia.
I had given it away years ago and wanted to have the book s: Hypoglycemia Book: Hypoglycemia Diet Plan It provides insight to the condition and it provides a clear, concise plan for starting to live with the condition by learning to control it.
Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. adel coolman. out of 5 stars s: I purchased 'Hypoglycemia: The Other Sugar Disease' for my 20 year old daughter. She is in college and was diagnosed with hypoglycemia in December, This book has been a tremendous help ~ especially since she lives in a dorm and healthy food is not always available in the college dining room/5(9).
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The book, called How to Live with Hypoglycemia, Krimmel says, was the first time he’d seen a description of all of his symptoms.
“Lo and behold, it sounded like they were writing about me,” he said. “I couldn’t believe my eyes.”. "This Is A Must Have For Anyone Living With Hypoglycemia." "After vigorous research for good information concerning hypoglycemia, I have finally found a book that is detailed and thorough.
The author talks about the different forms of hypoglycemia, rules for eating - including frequency, hypoglycemic diets, as well as much, much more.
Episodes of low blood glucose — hypoglycemia — are not uncommon for anyone taking insulin and can be a side effect of other pills or injectable medications used to treat type 2 diabetes. Left untreated, hypoglycemia can be life threatening. Hypoglycemia is defined by blood glucose levels below 70 mg/dl.
The symptoms of hypoglycemia vary [ ]. Preventing Hypoglycemia. If you have diabetes, ways you can prevent hypoglycemia include: Follow your meal plan. Eat at least three evenly spaced meals each day with between-meal snacks as prescribed.
While there is not "cure" for reactive hypoglycemia, it can be managed so that you live a normal life. I hope this book is an inspiration and that it shows you that with discipline and proper food selection, you can live a normal and productive life with reactive : iUniverse, Incorporated.
Hypoglycemia is the most frequent side effect of insulin treatment and thus is a fact of life for people with type 1 diabetes. It causes both autonomic symptoms (nervousness, sweating, and hunger) and neuroglycopenic symptoms (confusion, weakness, and less frequently seizure or Cited by: for hypoglycemia have risen by % among older adults in the United States, and hypoglycemia rates were 2-fold higher for older patients (≥75 years) .
Although the economic aspects of hypoglycemia management are experiencing a rise in interest , only few studies tried to determine the cost of hypoglycemia .File Size: KB. Controlling low blood sugar, or hypoglycemia, is easier if you just say no to foods that can throw your blood glucose levels out of whack.
The following list of foods and food groups are those to avoid: Processed foods Fried foods MSG (monosodium glutamate) All soft drinks Artificial sweeteners such as aspartame (NutraSweet), sucralose (Splenda), [ ].
He states that just you can't just go by the test results because everyone reacts differently. It was written in the 's but the information is still pertinent.
I am reading a couple of books about hypoglycemia and am getting good information out of each book to help me with controlling my blood sugar/5. I hope this book is an inspiration and that it shows you that with discipline and proper food selection, you can live a normal and productive life with reactive hypoglycemia.
About the Author K.E. Lytle is a native Californian, born and : A-Rationale: The patient's clinical manifestations are consistent with hypoglycemia and the initial action should be to check the patient's glucose with a finger stick or order a stat blood glucose.
If the glucose is low, the patient should ingest a rapid-acting carbohydrate, such as orange juice.