I'm sure this type of question has been around before but this is from an adult perspective.
I was diagnosed Type 1 in May 2014. I've had ADHD most of my life being diagnosed in 4th grade. I've been on Ritalin and Concerta (just a longer acting Ritalin) for almost all of that time. School has just started back up and I have started taking my regular doses of Concerta again. I broke my leg at the beginning of June so didn't take any for the summer because it would be pointless to take it with pain meds, and I didn't want to focus on anything, just wanted to be in happy land.
My psychiatrist and I are working on adjusting my dosage because I have recently felt like it's over working. With that I have noticed that when I take my higher dose, my sugar is always low (<110) I start feeling hypo at around 85 so my Endo has my target set at 140. When I take the lower dose of Concerta I don't seem to drop down as much. I don't have enough data points yet to actually analyze and come to a conclusion (it's only been 2 weeks), but was wondering if anyone has seen this before, either in yourself or possibly your child.
In case anyone is wondering I'm a Quantative Economics major, which is why I have already started looking at data points. I'm what you could call a numbers geek.