sorry guys that was a bad link, it was the first i clicked on.
will - not everyone gets shortness of breath when going hypo i agree
however i stand by what i said shortness of breath is a well known sign of hypoglycemiahttp://www.ehow.com/about_4739807_definition-of-hypoglycemia.html
A person with hypoglycemia may suffer symptoms such as palpitations, chest pains, shortness of breath, sweating,
fainting, anxiety and nausea. When the brain isn't getting the correct amount of glucose, symptoms such as dizziness, weakness, exhaustion, confusion, headaches, as well as difficulty in speaking or even seeing clearly, can be experienced. People suffering from hypoglycemia can even seem like they're drunk. In the worst-case scenario, hypoglycemia can cause seizures, coma and even brain damage.http://www.essortment.com/all/hypoglycemialo_rmjn.htm
When low blood sugar occurs, the circulatory system will be adversely affected and this can also result in some disturbing symptoms such as palpitation, angina, chest pain, and shortness of breath.
what phil heath had there was a classic hypo. he was alert and breathing normally then suddenly, started sweating more, breathing heavier, and cut the interview short. he even said i'm away to hit some shots