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.
Living Well With Diabetes -Articles
About 2 months ago, I thought my next blog should be about the artificial pancreas – what it is, how it works, current research and when we might expect it.
In the previous blog we discussed the 3 tips on Managing Medication Taking. Here we will continue to discuss tips
Physical activity is important for everyone. However people who take insulin often find that managing blood glucose levels during exercise can be a real challenge.
Are you noticing that your loved one is becoming careless with their diabetes medication schedule or worse, is overtly resisting? We know how frustrating this can be. You love the person you care for, and it is painful to watch someone risking their health by not following medical recommendations.
Managing medication taking is usually straight forward for most adults taking one or two medications. However, this task can be difficult for those requiring multiple medications, with doses sometimes several times a day and some doses requiring several pills. Unfortunately taking multiple medications is a common occurrence in people with diabetes, especially among the elderly.