I don't want to bore you guys by typing too much so I'll try to make this short. For the past 3 months (on and off) I've been doing intermittent fasting (instead of eating when I wake up, I'll wait till 11am, and I always stop eating after 6pm) which is more or less skipping breakfast, and still being in a caloric deficit (eating less than what I need, in an attempt to lose weight.)
I've also been working out and drinking around a gallon and a half of water each day. But it all started about 2-3 weeks ago...I started feeling out of touch with reality...and confused almost. I mean I can remember everything, there are no memory issues. I recognize everybody and everything, but I was feeling very out of it, and getting sleepy at times where I know I shouldn't be sleepy (like during work or afternoon.)
I got my blood sugar checked, and it was 94, which the nurse said was low. This was 4 days ago. Over the weekend I had some sugar, and on Monday morning, she said it was 136 which is healthy...now today (tuesday afternoon) she says it's back to 99. They're scheduling me an appointment to see the doctor next week, but it's odd to me because I have to wait 7 days to see the doctor, and it only took 2 days for it to go back to 99...what if it drops even lower by then? I'm scared.
I'm not in the real world at the moment, I'm at Job Corps, so I'm not allowed to leave campus, and I don't have money to order more sweets from pizza hut. I'm very afraid something bad is going to happen. What do I do? Why does my blood sugar keep dropping? My friend says since I've been skipping breakfast for about 2 and a half months, it'll probably be about 2 months before my blood sugar stabilizes again...what do you guys think?