I have often suspected that I have low blood sugar; (never actually been diagnosed). I wake up in the morning hungry and ready to eat. Then I can only go a few hours before I am hungry and need to eat again. I can't skip a single meal.
There have been times when I have gone too long between meals and I am so hungry that I actually feel shaky and anxious. Eating makes me feel better. I always get the terms mixed up; is hypoglycemia the term for low blood sugar? Anyway, to answer your question: Yes! I have felt that way many times; like I'm going to go crazy or pass out if I don't eat!
Hypoglycemia is a condition characterized by an abnormally low level of blood sugar (glucose), your body's main energy source.
Hypoglycemia is commonly associated with diabetes. However, a wide variety of conditions, many of them rare, can cause low blood sugar in people without diabetes. Like fever, hypoglycemia isn't a disease itself — it's an indicator of a health problem.
i actually am more predisposed to panic when i feel full, like ive eaten too much. makes me really anxious.
Sometimes when I am super anxious, if I have a snack I feel better. I come from a long line of diabetics but do not have this condition, but I can tell about 3 - 3:30 in the afternoon I get this drop in energy and need a snack. I recently have cut way back on sugar and caffeine and this has helped how I feel as well. Anything with cinnamon is a good way to stablizing blood sugar dips. Eating healthy will always make you feel better because if you eat too much sugar you will get the highs and lows and think in some way this triggers anxiety, or it does in me anyway.