Hypoglycemia is often referred to as low blood sugar, but also applies to abnormal fluctuations of blood sugar (glucose) levels, secondary to an over-secretion of insulin by the pancreas. Symptoms of hypoglycemia may vary from mild to severe, from occasionally to after every meal. They include: anxiety, weakness, cold sweat, rapid heart rate, dizziness, cramps and hunger.
Metaphysically, the pancreas is closely linked with emotion, desire and intellect. If you are hypoglycemic, you probably have a very sweet disposition to place the needs and desires of others above your own. Consequently, you may feel trapped. You need to indulge yourself more without feeling guilty about it. You are much too busy serving others. I have observed over the years that hypoglycemics are often agoraphobic as well. See AGORAPHOBIA.
Your body is clearly telling you that it's time to partake in what you've been dishing out for others. Save some of that wonderful energy for yourself! You don't have to parent everyone. Play a little, enjoy yourself and befriend the small, sweet child inside you. You probably experienced a childhood in which you were told that self-love is selfish; because you've never loved yourself, you always sought love outside yourself. Even though you may have been well loved, it probably wasn't enough for you. In your mind, therefore, you came to the conclusion that love equals suffering. Circumstances in your life may have forced you to grow up too quickly. It's time to let go, live a little, love a lot and have some fun! It's never too late to enjoy your life!
Taking care of yourself is not selfish. A selfish person is one who uses others for their own gain - someone who thinks "what's in it for me?" People who love themselves consider their own needs before responding to the needs of others, but from a balanced, win/win perspective. Learn to love yourself honestly and you will radiate and attract love. Remember that you reap what you sow.