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Noreac

Member Since 25 Mar 2010
Offline Last Active Feb 02 2012 11:11 AM
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In Topic: No soda = Wierd effects

24 June 2012 - 06:03 AM

True low blood sugar is uncommon except among diabetics taking medication to lower their blood sugar. However, it is easy to find out if you are one of the rare ones with a blood glucose meter. There are some cheap ones at Wal-mart and other places. They make all their money on the test strips so the meters are cheap. However, most of the meters come with 10 or so strips and lancets and a lanceting device and that's all you'll need. Do a couple of practice tests to learn how to use it, then carry it around with you in it's carrying case (they're small) until you have an episode then test your blood sugar. If it then comes up low, see a doctor. It might be worth seeing a doctor anyway and getting some blood work to check your electrolytes which could also be causing your problem or you could have a medical problem causing hypotension.


I know I don't have diabetes but scary thing is my Mom, Grandma, and my Grandpa had it.

And I only eat all natural raw or comb honey btw. Not that fake sugar crap from kroger 5 bucks a gallon.

And I know for a fact its not dehydration because I drink lots n lots of water, and drinking water doesn't help.
Sodas have a very bad taste now, I tasted an orange crush and it was horrendously overly sweet and I had to spit it out, same with sprite (which I used to drink every day).

Thanks for the responses.

In Topic: That Guy who runs the field off break

23 June 2012 - 08:29 AM

Guys seriously, another Necro


whats a necro

In Topic: Dictator Rentals

23 June 2012 - 05:09 AM

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In Topic: Eve Pilots

13 May 2012 - 12:31 AM

What is EVE?


Internet spaceships (AKA serious buisness, Spreadsheets in space, etc)

Its the only MMO I ever got into as well, very fun. Flying around in a nightmare exploding people with your mega lasers of death and laughing at them is good fun.

I do recomend it, once you get past the "wtf am I doing/where the hell do I go/I just spent my whole 5 mil isk to get blown up in 1 shot?!?!!" stage its addictive.

Also after a while (like 2 months) its free, as in you can buy your game time with ingame money by doing high level missions and operations.

In Topic: Response to Mike on the decline in paintball

14 April 2012 - 01:22 AM

Honestly im seeing paintball a whole lot more than I ever have. On TV, commercials, movies, and even CoD commentators, and fyi it was on the front youtube page, im not subscribed to any of them...

Its all a matter of relativity. Because paintball is dying in Montana doesn't mean paintball is dying in California. In the big picture is growing, its spreading to other countries and growing in them to.