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If you have diabetes, you may need to test your blood glucose levels regularly and have blood tests every 3 to 6 months.
For diabetics who have to inject themselves with insulin, an insulin pump is an interesting option. What do you know about it?
Hypoglycemia occurs when blood sugar levels are too low. It’s most common among diabetics who inject insulin or take oral diabetes medicine, but it can happen to anyone if they haven’t eaten in a while or after a meal high in carbohydrates.
Diabetes occurs when the body isn’t able to produce enough insulin or is unable to use it to convert sugar into energy. The result is a spike in blood sugar (the amount of sugar in the blood) and over the long term, this could result in a higher risk of heart disease and kidney failure.
Many patients with type 2 diabetes have to take medication to control blood glucose. Learn more about it.
If you or someone close to you has diabetes or if you are simply curious to know more about this disease, the following information will be of interest to you. Effective diabetes management begins by being well informed.