4. Blurred vision
Another system that is deeply related to the nervous system and becomes affected right away during hypoglycemia is our visual perception. Our vision requires many different functions at the same time in order to keep ongoing. One of them is glucose; another is good irrigation of blood. In most cases, hypoglycemia is paired up with hypotension, as we will see further. That’s why we get a blurred vision: The eyes become unable to process and translate light impulses into nervous impulses because it starts lacking nutrients and oxygen that is being delivered to sensitive organs such as the brain and the hearth.