I had to reply because I'm dealing with the "lows" all the time. I don't have diabetes, and I don't have hypoglycemia. I can't get a diagnosis because every time I have a blood sugar low or "crash", my levels actually come back as normal! it's the most bizzare thing.
What I think is happening to me is that my adrenal glands aren't working properly. Cortisol (which the glands produce) works with insulin. If your glands aren't working then the insulin doesn't have the cortisol to tell it to "back off"! I've been taking prednisone for my lupus. It's a synthetic form of cortisol. The more prednisone I take the better my blood sugar levels are. The less I take the more low episodes I get. I get them pretty much all day long, even though I'm eating regularly. 5 or 6 smaller meals a day.
So Modfos, you are on to something with the 'stress' idea. Cortisol is your fight or flight hormone. And stress is something it helps with. I'm still doing more research on all this. But I understand your situation My worst enemy, I get the lows when I drive too. I have to make a b-line for a place to eat or I'll be all over the road. Sorry your license has been suspended. That is really unfortunate. I hope you can get the answers you need ASAP.
Thanks for letting me add my piece!
"Thank you God for the storms that blow me right into your arms!"
Diagnosed with lupus in 2000. Fibromyalgia, anti-phospholipid syndrome(stroke),Sjogren's, seizure disorder, libman sach's endocarditis, vasculitis, food allergies
Prednisone, Imuran, Coumidin, Clobazam, Amitriptyline, Paxil, micronor, didrocal, monopril, calcium, multi-vitamin, vitamin D, Acidophilus