From Illinois, USA:
What is the most frequent reason a child will wake up in the middle of the night with nightmares -- hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia?
Neither. Lots of children without diabetes have nightmares and I am unaware of any evidence that children with diabetes suffer any more.
Additional Comment from Linda Mackowiak, diabetes nurse specialist:If a child with diabetes wakes up with a nightmare, I would recommend checking the blood sugar to make sure it is not low.
Original posting 8 Nov 97
Additional comment added 9 Nov 97
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