5 Ways to Prevent & Relieve Reactive Hypoglycemia: Health Tips

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Prevent & Relieve Reactive Hypoglycemia
Reactive Hypoglycemia is a condition of low blood sugar that occurs after eating - usually 1-3 hours after eating.

Low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) usually occurs when fasting (not eating).

Signs and symptoms of reactive hypoglycemia include hunger very, weak, trembling, light-headedness, anxious and confused.

Reactive hypoglycemia is difficult to diagnose. Have the above symptoms do not guarantee a person suffering from hypoglycemia.

For most people, reactive hypoglycemia usually do not require medical treatment.

The following things can be done to help alleviate hypoglycemia:

1. Eat little portions but more frequently. Try interval between eating no more than 3 hours.

2. Eating a balanced diet. Limit animal protein and high-fiber foods multiply including whole grains, fruits and vegetables.

3. Limit sugary foods, especially on an empty stomach.

4. Avoid consumption of alcohol and sugary soft drinks.

For some people, especially those who have undergone intestinal surgery (gastric bypass or gastric surgery) required special oversight by physicians.

5. It is also important to include exercise in your daily routine.