I used to have low blood sugars when I had high blood sugars.. now that I am no longer on meds, and have lost weight.. I space my carbs out into 4 meals, descending down to my last meal.
Usually I would eat poorly( usually Pepsi involved), and have a blood sugar over 600, then I would stop eating, and crash to 60, get blurry vision , and headaches.Eventually I used protein( chicken ) to drop my blood sugars when they got high, and this lowered them slower.
You need to find what works for you.Your body is different than any other.Expirement a little( check with doctor for any major changes), and you will know more about you body, and be more in control, which is the ultimate goal , isn't it?
the usual advice is to eat some fruit to raise a low blood sugar, but in my experience something with carbs , and protein( ex. cheese) raised them from dangerous levels without skyrocketing them.. if you do use fruit, measure the amt. , and note the rise in blood sugar.. so you can adjust the dose.