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Many patients with type 2 diabetes have to take medication to control blood glucose. Learn more about it.
Several people with diabetes use insulin to control their diabetes. Here is a simple guide to help you.
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.
Whether you are an expert or a novice with regard to electronics technology, it's important to know that it can help you to better manage your diabetes.
Are you concerned about developing a hypoglycemic episode? Take charge of the situation, so you are ready when the time comes!People living with diabetes and using insulin or certain oral antidiabetic drugs must be prepared to deal with hypoglycemia.
Since insulin was discovered in 1921, treatments for diabetes have evolved a great deal. Today, there are various therapeutic treatments available to manage diabetes, including several types of insulin and several ways of administering it. Even though several kinds of insulin exist, all of them must be injected under the skin in the subcutaneous tissue. To do this, people can use syringes or injection pens and must sometimes administer them several times a day. Another way of injecting insulin, that has become quite popular, is the use of insulin pumps.