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Why does my vision get blurry when i am hungry?

When i get hungry, i will feel vision blurry. Is that normal? Why?
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  • RJ


    You may be suffering from what is termed moderate hypoglycemina, which means low blood sugar. Though blurred vision is a symptom of diabetes, it is not only related to diabetes but also to hypoglycemina. This condition can at times be caused by certain medications that cause an increase in insulin levers or insulin producing tumors. Another condition is called pre-diabetes for those who have insulin resistance. They have low blood sugar on occasion if their high circulating insulin levels are further challenged by a prolonged period of fasting. If blood sugar continues to fall, the nervous system would be influenced, thus the vision would be blurred, dizziness, or you would have headache.
  • Riley


    Dizziness may be caused by a cold, cervical spondylosis, anemia, labyrinthine syndrome, arrhythmia, hungry and so on. Once you are hungry, there is no enough blood circulation in your body which may cause the lack of blood coming into your brain. At the same time, your eye nerves may be affected. That is why you feel blurry at the vision. If this is happened too many times, you'd better go to see the doctor and have a check. Or else, it is normal.

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