Hypoglycemia or low blood sugar develops in people with diabetes when their sugar count in the body drops and there is no fuel for the cells. Hypoglycemia occurs when your blood sugar falls below 70 mg/dL. You may get reactive hypoglycemia after a meal that has lots of simple sugar. It can also occur in a diabetic person who misses a meal or eats later than usual. In fact diabetic should also avoid alcohol without food. Each person can show signs of low blood sugar differently but here are few basic things to look out for:

1. Palpitation and pounding heart

2. Sudden dizziness

3. Severe hunger pang

4. Headache and severe irritability

5. Feeling shaky and disoriented

6. Sweating and trembling

7. Sudden weakness, numbness in the mouth and tongue

8. Bad coordination and confusion

9. Anxiety

10. Fainting