Luckily for me, I don't really suffer with my hypos: I get a bit shaky, but, generally, I can still function. It's the night hypos that really get me - they're a whole different ball game. But nonetheless they are draining; they make me feel so, so tired, and no amount of sleep seems to help, and right now, I cannot afford to feel like this. I have classes, exams, coursework deadlines and then finals coming up, and I'm still trying to fit in some travelling as well! I've just got back from Segovia, which was absolutely beautiful, but having to deal with hypos constantly did take away from my day a bit!
Busy, busy, busy. But with less than two months left now, I need to make the most of my time here. Think it's time to start adjusting my basal insulin and see if that improves things. If I'm having these problems in April, God help me when real summer hits!