Since type 2 diabetes is thought to involve both the pancreas not making enough insulin and the cells in the body being unable to use insulin effectively, medications are developed to correct various steps involved in both these deficiencies.
Did you know that how medication is injected, where medication is injected and what medication is injected with is as important as the medication itself?
Taking medications on time and in the right order can be a challenge for all people with diabetes, and particularly for seniors.
Over the past few weeks, you have been able to read about hypoglycemia: the causes, the treatment, the prevention, the recognition and most importantly what you can do to help when it is happening to someone you care for.
Diabetes medications are an important tool in diabetes management. They can help keep blood glucose levels on target when used in combination with healthy eating, regular physical activity and, importantly, weight management.
In the previous blog we discussed the 3 tips on Managing Medication Taking. Here we will continue to discuss tips