Caused by hypoglycemia. Too much insulin keeps glucose out of the blood to fuel cells too rapidly, leaving insufficient amounts to supply the brain. Caused by taking too much insulin, taking a regular dose of insulin without eating enough food, or having too much vigorous exercise which uses up too much glucose. Develops more quickly than diabetic comas. Signs and symptoms: normal or rapid respirations, pain and moist skin, diaphoresis (sweating), dizziness, headache, rapid pulse, normal to low blood pressure, AMS, combative behavior, hunger, seizures/fainting/coma, weekness on one side of the body. Minutes count to administer glucose before permanent brian damage occurs. When in doubt, err on the side of insulin shock with glucose treatment, will not be too damaging to give glucose for a diabetic coma.