If you’re having trouble sleeping, or feeling nauseous, or getting upset about things you don’t understand, you may be suffering from hypoglycemia, a condition in which your blood sugar levels drop dangerously low.
This is also known as hyponatremia, which can lead to kidney and liver failure.
A lack of insulin is another possible cause of hyponatraemia.
Hyponatremia can occur because of low blood sugar, as is often the case in the treatment of heartburn.
Hypoglycemic patients may also have other symptoms, such as dry mouth, fatigue, and a weak immune system.
For people with heartburn, this can also lead to symptoms of fever, fatigue and weight loss.
Hypotension can also be caused by hyponatoemia.
Symptoms of hypotension include a feeling of fullness and weakness, increased sweating, muscle spasms, and shortness of breath.
This may be caused due to a decrease in your blood pressure.
Hypokalemia can also result from a lack of adequate oxygen levels, a lack in the body’s ability to carry oxygen, or hyponemia due to an abnormal blood sugar level.
These are all symptoms of hypoglycaemia.
While it is not uncommon to be experiencing hyponotence, it can cause symptoms that are more severe.
When hyponitremic people have low blood glucose levels, they may have seizures, have difficulty walking, and experience headaches.
Hypoxemia is a condition that can occur when your body is deprived of oxygen.
People with hypoxia may also experience heart palpitations, fatigue from exertion, and confusion.
Low levels of potassium are a possible cause for hyponatorvascular dysfunction, and low potassium levels can lead some to have seizures and other health issues.
Other signs of hypokalemic people include: difficulty breathing or holding your breath