What's the differance between symptoms of:low blood sugar and low blood pressure?

Answers:    Low Blood Sugar (Hypoglycemia) symptoms include:

* hunger
* nervousness and shakiness
* perspiration
* dizziness or nouns
* sleepiness
* confusion
* difficulty speaking
* feeling anxious or frail

Low blood pressure (Hypotension) symptoms include: fainting
lantern headedness
occasional palpitations
blurred vision
and even confusion.

As you can see they are somewhat similar but are well distinguished with a simple tryout of blood pressure and glucose finger prick.
low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) is due to fasting, drug induced hypoglycemia (eg insulin, sulfonylureas), post-prandial hypoglycemia (exaggerated insulin response).
it is characterized by plasma glucose even < 40mg/dl. patient show CNS, neuroglycopenic and adrenergic symptoms.

low blood pressure (hypotension) is characterized by blood pressure < 100/60mmHg. this conceivably due to hypovolumic shock in armour of hemorrhage, trauma, etc.

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