The main side effect associated with insulin supplementation is hypoglycaemia, when there is too much insulin in the body. For people with diabetes, it's not really a big problem, since the pathology is different, but within a non-diabetic individual, it can be incredibly dangerous. This is the reason why it is very, very bad for those in sports environments that use it because this type of condition can not only lead to important health problems, but can permanently lead to death. On its own, it does not sound so bad, but the more you realize that there are other complications of hypoglycemia, then you realize why it is a major problem if it happens. This happens when glucose levels in the blood are submerged in the nose. There are many symptoms associated with this, but some of the most prominent ones include dizziness, depression, drowsiness, hunger and many other manifestly manifested symptoms.
For the average person, this may seem somewhat vague, but if you are using insulin in a performance environment, then any of these symptoms that occur and protrude should trigger an immediate warning in your head. Because blood glucose is super low, an excellent way to deal with it is to consume a drink or a food that is very sugary. This will ensure rapid absorption, and will also ensure that if absorbed, it will be taken fairly quickly. No matter what happens, you should never go to sleep after feeling these symptoms. What could happen is that while you sleep, you will enter a hyperglycemic state, and this is extremely dangerous. Apart from that, but assuming that you want to deal with these problems, you will not be able to do it because you are asleep. And it is entirely possible that as the symptoms worsen and your hypoglycaemic state worsens, you may not be able to fix it by waking up in time, which leads to an easy to prevent death. It is also always a good idea for someone who watches you to take your insulin, that way it can help you if something goes wrong.
Most people are still curious to know how serious a severe case of hypoglycaemia is. It should be noted that in very serious cases, it can fall into what is known as a diabetic coma, and once this happens, very often people do not escape from it. Apart from the effects associated with hypoglycemia, it is also possible to experience things like rashes, irritation, increased heart rate, shortness of breath and many other problematic problems. One of the most bizarre and unfavorable side effects is the fact that it is sometimes possible that there is an increase in the adipose tissue of the fat. This happens in some people and produces what is often attributed to HGH as a "HGH gut". But in reality, it is the accumulation of this fat due to the use of insulin. In some extreme cases, large masses of adipose tissue may form.
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