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Hyperglycemia, Diabetes, and Managing Blood Sugar


So, after a miserable 10 hours of blood tests it's confirmed you have hyperglycemia. Well now isn't the time to sit back and get depressed. Look at the positive side, now you know why you've been tired and worn out for all of this time. Diagnosed in 1982 with hyperglycemia it was harder to maintain a steady blood sugar rate. These days with the advanced technology available for instantly checking blood sugar, the disease is easier to manage.

You can now pick up blood sugar monitors that give you instant notification of your blood sugar level. Back in that day it was impossible to monitor this vital information. Now you can cruise down to the nearest Wal-Mart and pick one up off of the shelves.

Sometimes the easiest way to monitor your blood sugar is to stop and reflect on how you are feeling at that particular moment and then check your blood. If you get to a point where you know where your levels are before checking you can recognize the patterns of behavior and adjust your life accordingly. Sure, it's important to keep your monitor on you but after awhile you'll automatically recognize the way that you're feel and be prepared to take the appropriate action prior to getting that familiar sick feeling.

You need to get to a point in your life that you can recognize how you feel and adjust your diet accordingly, then you'll have the disease whipped. The problem is it takes some "on the job" training to recognize the symptoms and how your body reacts to the amount of sugar in your blood. The only way to get to this point is to train yourself as to the warning signs of a dangerous low blood sugar level. This is not to replace the family doctor's advice, just be observant of your own body.

We're not accustomed to this type of behavior so it may take awhile, but don't give up! Before long you'll be managing yourself without the pain in your finger from testing your blood..

Alxis Allen is a person that know how to deal with the ups and downs of low sugar conditions. With diabetes tips and secrets at http://diabetes-news-online.info she writes and teaches low sugar diets and lifestyles. In addition to that http://www.diabetes-news-online.info has some great diabetes health news on a regular basis.


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Medical News Today

Type 1 diabetes: Almost half of patients produce insulin
Medical News Today
Researchers from Uppsala University in Sweden found that nearly half of patients who had been living with diabetes for more than 10 years produced some insulin. What is more, these insulin-producing patients also had higher blood levels of immune cells ...
Healthy habits: Signs can help detect diabetes | Features ...Huntington Herald Dispatch
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Science Daily

Bioengineers create more durable, versatile wearable for diabetes monitoring
Science Daily
Researchers at the University of Texas at Dallas have developed a wearable diagnostic biosensor that can detect three interconnected, diabetes-related compounds -- cortisol, glucose and interleukin-6 -- in perspired sweat for up to a week without loss ...
Diabetes device scrutinizes sweat for a week at a timeNew Atlas
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Burnett County Sentinel (subscription)

'Lifting the cloud' of diabetes with a special dog
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“Even though I'm going to continue on as this girl with this physical reminder of my disability, I'm a little prouder because I'm able to shed light on diabetes. Diabetes is an invisible illness, but it is something that needs to be seen because it's ...

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Medscape

Oral Insulin May Delay Type 1 Diabetes Onset in 'Responders'
Medscape
SAN DIEGO — Close relatives of people with type 1 diabetes who had certain autoantibodies believed to put them at high risk of progression to clinical type 1 diabetes did not benefit from taking oral insulin vs placebo, in a new trial. The ...



KHTS Radio

Diabetes-Prevention Camp To Be Held In Santa Clarita ...
KHTS Radio
American Diabetes Association officials are offering a summer diabetes-prevention camp in Santa Clarita from July 15–16, 2017, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m...
This Is What Happens When People With Diabetes Lose Medicaid ...HuffPost

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WTXL ABC 27

Tallahassee twin toddlers learn to live with Type 1 diabetes
WTXL ABC 27
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) - More than 1 million Americans are living with Type 1 diabetes (T1D), an autoimmune disease where the pancreas stops making insulin. One out of every 400 children has T1D, and for one Tallahassee family, a pair of twins were ...



Olean Times Herald

Street Classics Car Club makes annual donation for Type 1 diabetes research
Olean Times Herald
OLEAN — The Street Classics Car Club presented a $5,000 check to JDRF for Type 1 diabetes research Thursday at its weekly cruise night. Since 1991 the club has donated more than $70,000 to the organization formerly known as the Juvenile Diabetes ...



Specific diabetes medications to protect bone health recommended ...
Science Daily
Type 2 diabetes (T2D) and osteoporosis often coexist in patients, but managing both conditions can be a challenge. A comprehensive review highlights the most ...

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Diabetes moving from affliction of affluent countries to a global problem
Medical Xpress
The number of people with diabetes has quadrupled from 1980 to 2014, and 415 million adults in the world now have diabetes, according to Rollins researchers. Globally, it was estimated that diabetes accounted for 12 percent of health expenditures in ...



WCYB

Wellmont hosts diabetes symposium
WCYB
BRISTOL, Tenn. - Diabetes is widespread in our region. Wellmont Health System officials say 30 to 40 percent of their hospital patients have it, and Tennessee has the fourth highest diabetes rate in the country, according to the Centers for Disease ...


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