(HealthDay News) -- Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) is a common complication of diabetes, and can occur even in people whose diabetes is well-managed.
Although the condition isn't always preventable, the American Diabetes Association says diabetics and their loved ones should recognize the warning signs. The ADA offers this list of potential symptoms:
- Feeling dizzy or shaking.
- Sweating and having pale skin.
- Developing a headache.
- Feeling hungry.
- Showing sudden changes in behavior.
- Moving clumsily.
- Having a seizure.
- Feeling confused or having difficulty paying attention.
- Feeling a "tingling" sensation around the mouth.
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