Low blood sugar can be a concern, too
People with diabetes have to watch both sides of that all-important number—when it's too high, and when it's too low.
Jon Ziomek's entire career has been in and around journalism – first, as a Chicago newspaper reporter, and then, as a teacher and administrator at Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. Now semi-retired, Jon freelances for various outlets, including Spectrum Health, from his home near Chicago. Jon and his wife, Rosalie, divide their time between the Midwest and Los Angeles, where they have three grown children and two grandchildren.
Having a high glucose level and not responding is 'like seeing that your gas tank is almost empty, but then not getting more gas.'