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Hypoglycaemia is a condition where there is an abnormally low sugar level in the blood. This is associated with diabetes and it occurs when there is too much intake of insulin or when a diabetic misses a meal and exercises too hard. There are warning signs when a person is about to experience hypoglycaemia. Symptoms like hunger pangs, trembling, shaking, sweating and feeling thirsty are often felt minutes before hypoglycaemia occurs
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