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What should a person do if they have a diabetic attack?

Assuming the person is suffering from sudden onset of low blood glucose, or hypoglycemia, the correct action is for a person who can drink or eat is to recognize the symptoms, drink four ounces of fruit juice or regular soda or eight ounces of milk, or eat 3-5 hard candies like peppermints to quickly bring the glucose up, according to Diane Davis, Diabetes Care program coordinator at Transylvania Community Hospital. The symptoms of hypoglycemia can include dizziness, sweating, sudden weakness, confusion, blurred vision, a nervous or ji...

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