Hi! I’m robo-Suzie and today I’ll talk to
you about Shaky Hands Before Eating and that Might Signal Diabetes, Low Blood Sugar.
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But back to our topic. Feeling weak and confused with shaky hands
after only 3 or 4 hours of having breakfast.It is worrisome to say the least and having a
snack between meals seams not to work at all. I am going to give you a tactic to stable
your bloodstream sugar so you can correct those annoying crashes. If you have Diabetes Low Blood Sugar (Reactive
Hypoglycemia) the lack of concentration is caused by low blood sugars while shaking hands
and sweating is caused by the release of adrenalin trying to raise the bloodstream sugar up. Eating often helps but is not the solution,
you have to correct the sugar reaction or you are going to keep suffering from unstable
blood sugars and high insulin levels and its consequences, you have to avoid concentrated
sources of carbohydrates. Do not have as breakfast a bowl of cereal.
Instead try eggs, avocado, salmon, veggies, cheese and you should feel better. There is a close relationship between blood
sugars levels and adrenal function , it is known that people who suffer from low blood
sugar very often suffer from adrenal fatigue. With hypoglycemia sugar cravings are very
common, when adrenals are fatigued, the cortisol output is diminish and this makes the liver
to work harder to convert stored blood sugar (glycogen) into active blood sugar (glucose)
necessary for energy production. Cortisol is critical to maintain normal bloodstream
sugar levels. Being on a diet for hypoglycemia for 2 months
and treating the adrenal glands will improve the low blood sugars condition. Adrenals produce cortisol and cortisol maintains
the blood sugar stable when adrenal glands are weak they do not produce the cortisol
needed. I recommend anyone with hypoglycemia to treat their adrenals. That’s it! Thank you.
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