What sudden illness results from too much or too little sugar in the person's blood?
Diabetic Ketoacidosis (from too little insulin) is an emergency causing lethargy, dehydration, fever, blood acidity, breathing trouble, coma, and death. Once advanced, it can only be treated in a hospital using specific fluids, insulin, and monitoring. It's not caused by too much sugar in the blood though you will generally see that at the same time.
Hyperglycemia (too much sugar in the blood) is deadly in the long term, causing blindness, gangrene in limbs, heart and kidney disease, but it's not a "sudden illness" since it takes months or years to cause the worst side effects.
Breathlessness may be caused by a physical illness affecting the chest, like asthma, or a respiratory infection, or by stress, anxiety or panic. Unfit or overweight people can become breathless after little exertion. If you get sudden, unexplained breathlessness, consult your doctor. Deep breathing and relaxation exercises such as those taught in yoga can be beneficial.
Augustine Washington, George Washington's father, died from a sudden illness at home at age 49 when George was 11. Unfortunately, history does not record what specific illness he died of, but it seems to have some kind of gastric distress. (In his will he describes himself as "sick and weak, but of sound sense")
There can be many causes for headache, here are some of them: dehydration or starvation fever, heat illness or hypothermia stress illness injury bleeding (especially sudden and intensive ache) taking excess salt/sodium blood pressure sinusitis acidity indigetion meningitis brain tumor servical spondylitis
I'm 5 weeks late for my period but have had negative pregnancy test results If I'm not pregnant what can it be?
There is a wide variety of reasons why you might not have had your period. My advice is to wait and see if you get your next one, and if not, go and see the doctor. Some reasons for a missed period could be: . Over-tired/exhaustion . Stress . Anxiety . Illness (recent, current or undiscovered) . Travel . Sudden change in temperature outside . Weight gain or weight loss
food borne illness can b identified generally with occurrence of diarrhea, constipation, sudden loss of weight, regular stomach ache... or in some cases by occurrences of high fever, dysentery and ulcers in intestine as in case of infection with entamoeba histolytica(species of amoeba) through contaminated food and water..