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From Southgate, Michigan, USA:

I have had diabetes for two years, and sometimes I get mad at anything for no good reason. Is it part of low or high sugar? Is there anything I can do to help it?


Your mood can be related to your blood sugar levels. Do you test your sugar at home? You could check and see what your blood sugar is when your anger happens? Your anger could also be a generalized reaction to having a chronic disease. Is there a counselor near that you could talk things out with?


Original posting 3 May 2001
Posted to Behavior


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