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Discussion in 'Teens' started by Rukio, Apr 9, 2010.

  1. Rukio

    Rukio Banned

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    Apparently I curse in my sleep when I have a low bloodsugar? :confused: anyone else do this? Which, is ironic since I don't curse...
     
  2. Allyson94

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    As far as I know, I don't
     
  3. CaitlynGrisham

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    I don't curse, but I have been known to start yelling at people that I was talking to earlier in the day. I even yelled at my mother once "GET ME SOME GLUCOSE TABLETS!" while I was still completely asleep. She did get them and woke me up. We tested to find that I was 45 and I ate the glucose tablets :)
     
  4. TheFormerLantusFiend

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    Not as far as I know, but...

    When I was ten or eleven, I wanted to sleep in our backyard, and did. My mother put an end to that, because I was talking in my sleep right outside her window, saying, "Help help help, don't kill me!" When she woke me up I didn't remember it at all!
     
  5. Rukio

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    xD that made my day.
     
  6. emm142

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    I talk loudly and shout in my sleep when I'm high, but as far as I know not when I'm low.
     
  7. Sunni

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    I start shouting and cursing when I get high and its best to leave me to sleep it off. I really never get a low and if so I am awake
     
  8. Rukio

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    But that could in fact be dangerous to your health, correct? Since you are leaving a high untreated...
     

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