Glucagon: assists in regluating blood sugar. Its the opposite of insulin
It forces other body cells to either produce or release glucose. It is secreted by a low amount of glucose
in the blood, and inhibited when the blood glucose level is too high.
It is connected to Hypoglycemia and Hyperglucagonmeia.
It's also avalible in a synthsized version for those suffering from glucose diseases such as Hypoglycemia.
Glucagon (the synthesized glucose) is used to alleviate or raise glucose levels in those suffering from serious cases
Symptoms of hypoglycemia
include nervousness, cool skin, headache, confusion, convulsions or coma. In any hypoglycemic situation, efforts should be
made to raise the glucose level in the blood. Glucagon raises blood glucose levels by preventing the liver from storing glucose,
increasing glucose formation in the liver from dietary proteins and fats, and increasing the release of glucose from the liver
into blood. Glucagon transiently paralyzes the muscles of the intestines and occasionally is used during testing that requires
the intestines to be flaccid, for example, endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography and barium enema.