Healthy Baby with Neonatal Hypoglycaemia


How to Raise a Healthy Baby with Neonatal Hypoglycaemia

What is hypoglycemia?

Hypoglycemia is a condition in which blood sugar levels fall below the normal range. It can be caused by a number of factors such as fasting, illness, stress, or medication. It can also occur if you don't eat anything for more than eight hours.

Hypoglycemia is not a life-threatening condition but it does need to be managed effectively. If left untreated, it can result in seizures and brain damage. Neonatal hypoglycemia occurs when a baby is born with low blood sugar levels and they are unable to produce enough insulin on their own to keep their blood sugar levels up.

Diabetes insipidus is a type of diabetes in which the body cannot properly regulate its water-salt balance and it results in excessive secretion of urine. It most commonly affects children but can occur at any age. It is caused by dysfunction of the hypothalamus, a gland located deep within the brain that regulates many physiological functions including fluid metabolism. Diabetes insipidus can also be caused by other medical conditions such as traumatic injury or stroke, an underlying genetic disorder (e.g., tuberous sclerosis), or another illness that changes how the brain works (e.g., Alzheimer's disease)

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