Hypoglycemic Attack

Dummie me ... I didn't eat breakfast yesterday morning. I should have. I know better. I drank some juice but that just sent me off the edge. By 11:00 I remembered ... only because Tween noticed I was shaking and wasn't using my words correctly. I grabbed some yogurt and a tuna kit (has tuna salad and crackers) and started gobbling it up. I couldn't stop to get rice crackers because I was going down fast (hitting the bottom of my attack) so I ate the wheat crackers with the tuna. By the time I went to bed last night, I had started to think clearly again.

I hate these attacks.

Nobody is gonna remind me to eat. I'm an adult. **I** should remember myself.

So this morning, I ate some yogurt. I'm getting ready to boil some eggs and I'll sneak one with a tiny dollop (oxymoron?) of mayonnaise. I'm making deviled eggs for tomorrow - we celebrate the first day of Spring - gotta eat deviled eggs, cheese, fresh bread and a spring salad. Yum!

Have a great day!


Deborah said...

Wish I could forget to eat. Not really.

I get like that when traveling sometimes. I usually keep peanuts in the car to help when I have one of those attacks. Good thing it doesn't happen at home with me because I'd have no one to tell me something is wrong.

jo said...

Be careful! Scary stuff. I have hypoglycemia, too, but I've never gone beyond shaking. Well, let me restate that -- I have panic attacks, and they have happened when I have not eaten. I have learned there can be a connection.

I'm one that is not a breakfast eater, but I have been ever since I started my quest.

VeeGettingHealthy said...

My Tween was instrumental in getting me protein by bring me cashews, unasked for but very welcomed. I will have to make myself eat at least something when I get up with Hubby at 4:30 a.m. Thanks! Vee