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Tiredness, dizziness , shaky hands, Low blood sugar?

I am 5 11 and 150 lbs and 32 years old. I often feel tired or dizzy almost like my blood sugar is low. I sleep for 6 hrs a night and wake feeling great, but then 2-3 hrs later I feel like I haven t slept in a day. I used to have a great almost perfect memory but now often remember things incorrectly or don t remember at all. I don t know if it s related, but I ve noticed that my hands are a little shaky. I thought that was related to lot blood sugar, but it s pretty sparatic when I m shaky. I eat a fairly balanced deit, drink plenty of water, and exercise simi-regularly most of the year and snowboard heavily all winter. Why do I feel so out of it all the time?
Asked On : Sun, 6 May 2012
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Hi young men dont get worried and dont think much about. Just get your complete body profile done with ecg and 2decho anf revet me with the report. Have good balanced diet and brisk walk. Awating for your report, bye and take care.
Answered: Thu, 10 May 2012
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