Most of the time outside of volunteering, i always recognise my hypos most of the time. However I’ve recently noticed I’ve been getting hypos before lunch break at my volunteering anywhere between 3.5-2.3, But weirdly I’ve never recognised the them, i volunteer at an animal park. So I dunno if I’m mistaking the symptoms for the weather or the work or if there’s another reason? Any ideas?. It’s hard to stop these hypos due to some jobs are harder then others and at an animal park you don’t always do the same jobs. Another thing is I get paranoid that my blood will get too low to to the point I won’t be able to sort it myself and even though the team is aware I’m diabetic, We have to keep our bags in the yards kitchen due to animals safety, we can’t carry anything on us or near the enclosures due to trip hazards and incase animals try to eat. (The only exception to this is keys to enclosures). I want to stop being paranoid about this but don’t know how to stop being paranoid. just wondering if any of you guys have had similar stuff like you don’t recognise hypos at work? Or that your not allowed to carry anything on you due to safety reasons. Any ideas what I could do about these things?