Brain Function During Low Blood Sugar

brain_lowBGA study shows that executive cognitive function is impaired during low blood glucose. All people, with diabetes and without, suffer from executive cognitive function impairment during hypoglycemia. Dr. Alex Graveling, Specialty Registrar, Diabetes & Endocrinology at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, speaks about the insightful findings of this study.

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One Response to Brain Function During Low Blood Sugar

  1. steve says:

    Hi Allie,

    My Dr. told me that alot of Low’s are not good :( It may look good on paper but not the brain.
    I have type 2