• alterations in body temperature (often hypothermia)
• sluggishness in responses
• monotonous talk
• irritable behaviour
If hypoglycaemia is not managed, then convulsions that even mimic epilepsy and coma may ensue. Central nervous system symptoms are potentially dangerous, especially when the patient performs delicate and responsible acts, drives a car, etc. (resulting in accidents, unexpected and dangerous behaviours, and so on).
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