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Hypoglycaemia
Hypoglycaemia is a low blood glucose level. It is also known as a hypo, insulin reaction or low blood glucose. Hypoglycaemia can occur in people with diabetes using insulin, and certain diabetes medications. It usually occurs when the blood glucose level falls below 4mmol/L. To treat hypoglycaemia you should have some quick acting/easily consumed carbohydrate. To find out more about Hypoglycaemia click here.

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