Hi. I had RH from childhood. Usually high carb foods would send me a bit excited and noisy. Ever heard the phrase 'she's having a sugar rush'? Well I was that child. But then later I would get white faced and floppy and run out of energy. We didn't have a blood testing meter then, so I don't know what my blood glucose levels were, but I used to get it regularly. Sometimes shaking. Slurred words. Unclear thinking. Bad decisions. Weakness... Eventually I learned to avoid the carbs that caused it, but it took a long time. When I eventually became type 2 diabetic, I felt much better. Fewer hypoglycaemic episodes. This is because blood glucose levels rise in diabetics. However, after years of thinking that hypos were bad, I started reading up on diabetes and discovered that hypers (high blood glucose) is bad too. The trick is to keep your blood glucose steady, in the normal range. Then you get the benefits and avoid the problems Edited to add: you asked if i still get RH now I am type 2. Definitely. But only if i eat too many carbs.