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Question:

From Sewell, New Jersey, USA:

Identifying symptoms or mood changes associated with diabetes. When I get tired? When I become indifferent?

Answer:

Your moods can change with your blood sugar levels. When you are low, you may feel confused, irritable, anxious, clumsy, sweaty, etc. If your sugars are high, you may feel exhausted and sleepy -- like walking in quicksand. Every human is different and may feel lows and highs differently.

CMB

DTQ-20030916085240
Original posting 23 Sep 2003
Posted to Behavior

  
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