Have you ever felt dizzy in the middle of
the day or have a little bit of nervousness or shakiness? If so, you may be suffering
from hypoglycemia. I’m Isabelle Simon, your personal network place wellness consultant,
and today we are going to learn what you can do to avoid hypogylcemia. Something to keep
in mind if you are diabetic, you may want to check with your doctors or your doctor,
I should say, because, your medication may be a little too high dosage for you and maybe
causing that hypoglycemic state. So, check with your doctor first. Now, if you’re not
diabetic or actually, if you are diabetic, those recommendations can apply to you as
well. I would recommend that you do not skip meals. The reason being is that when you skip
meals, your body doesn’t know where to refuel from. Where does the energy come from, and
here you are, running on E. So, it is a lot better to eat every three hours or so. Eat
more frequently and eat a combination of proteins, carbs and a little bit of the good fats. That
will help you keep your energy up throughout the day. Also, ensure that you drink sufficient
water. The formula to ensure that you drink enough water for you is you take half your
body weight and you take this in ounces and this is how much water that you need to drink.
In other words, let’s say you’re two hundred pounds, divide that by two, that’s a hundred.
You will need to drink a hundred ounces of water per day. So, more meals. Small meals
throughout the day and make sure you stay hydrated, and this is how you can take care
of any states of hypoglycemia that you may feel. I’m Isabelle Simon, your personal network
place wellness consultant. And remember, good health begins with good nutrition.