1. The effects of insulin-induced hypoglycaemia on pupil size, parotid salivary secretion and sweating were studied in seven normal volunteers.

2. Hypoglycaemia was associated with an acute stimulation of parotid salivary secretion and of sweating, synchronous in onset with the rise in heart rate. There was no clear evidence of concurrent pupillary constriction.

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