The mechanisms of blood sugar and mood chemistry are complicated in the details, but easy to understand in practical terms. Our experience of these physical events is feelings and sensations. If you have a “relationship” with refined carbohydrates (soda, chips, candy, cake, pasta, bread or alcohol) and you experience these feelings, it may be important data.
Below you will find a description of how people can feel when their blood sugar ranges high, normal, low or very low. Nobody experiences all of these feelings; it’s a matter of biological individuality which ones you do experience. But they are giving you important feedback about what’s going on in your body because how you feel is data!
HIGH BLOOD SUGAR: DIABETIC RANGE
Pre-Diabetic (visiting highs but not staying high) or T-2 diabetic (chronically high) you may feel:
NORMAL BLOOD SUGAR: THE RANGE FOR NORMAL BRAIN FUNCTION
You may feel:
No thoughts of food or stimulants
LOW BLOOD SUGAR: HYPOGLYCEMIC RANGE
You may feel many different kinds of brain symptoms and uncomfortable feelings:
ADD or ADHD
Act on cravings
Act on impulses
Weight especially around middle
VERY LOW/ADRENAL STRESS HORMONE RESPONSE
You may feel:
The very uncomfortable feelings of low and very low sugar indicate how much your body does NOT want to let you go into a coma. They are data!