He is getting 'relative hypos'. This means that his body has got used to the higher readings, and therefore thinks that the normal readings are too low, giving him the symptoms. He needs to gradually reduce his levels, to get his body used to normal readings again, and then those symptoms will only occur when he gets 'true lows' below 4
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