Thanks for your query.
Noted your history of exaggerated movements when the blood sugar level is low, this happened three times now - wants to know why.
The possible explanations are as follows:
When the blood glucose falls, the body responds by numerous neurohumoral responses. Neuro means neurological and Humoral means hormonal.
All these responses are meant for the body to trigger the mechanism of gluconeogenesis, means forming the glucose to combat hypoglycemia and to supply the brain sufficient glucose for its optimal functions.
The cascade of neurohumoral changes also affects the motor system causing the exaggerated movement.
I hope this simplifies the cause of exaggerated movements when the blood glucose falls.
Please give details about the exact symptoms that you are having so that we can discuss further.
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