Last week someone sent me an email at work that really angered me. With all the stress I have been feeling since the start of the FY and the additional work that I have been doing this email made me livid. I don't know if I had been that angry in years. While I was responing back my hands were shaking. When I noticed the shaking I first thought that I was having a low but I wasn't. I was that mad. After several meetings as a result of the email my heart was pumping and I was having a hard time sitting down and getting back to work. When I checked my BS at lunch it was high.

I have learned from this experience that anger can make me think that I am low but can actually make me high. Hopefully this doesn't happen again for a good long time, I really don't need the stress.

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Comment by yda1027 on March 3, 2008 at 4:03pm
I've experienced that, when I was so angry, i felt the shaking and the heart pumping too, when I checked my BG it was 251, the highest I've been. Indeed that we have to control our emotions.
Comment by elaine peterson on March 3, 2008 at 5:46pm
I've had the reverse. High BS made me feel overly aggitated and angry.....I mean really, uncharacteristically angry. I checked and I was waaaay up there. I had eaten the devil pizza.

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