What are the symptoms of severe hypoglycemia?

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  • It is important to remember that each person's body responds differently to various levels of blood sugar. In general, symptoms become more severe as blood sugar gets lower. The symptoms of severe hypoglycemia occur when blood sugar levels become dangerously low:

    • headache
    • feeling weak
    • fatigue
    • feeling dizzy
    • confusion
    • vision problems
    • difficulty talking
    • seizures
    • coma
    If severe hypoglycemia is not treated, it can also result in death.
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