If you are at risk for severe hypoglycemia, there are some important things you can do to prevent and manage it. Read on to learn about 6 best practices to manage low blood sugar emergencies.
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If you take insulin or a diabetes medication that increases insulin produced by the pancreas (such as glyburide, gliclazide or repaglinide), you may be at risk of severe hypoglycemia. Read on to learn some things your family and friends can do to help you manage severe low blood sugar.
There are different levels of low blood sugar – mild, moderate and severe – and they are managed differently. It is especially important to know about low blood sugar emergencies so that you or a family member, friend, caregiver or co-worker can help out in this situation.
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Everyone reacts differently to low blood sugar. That’s why it’s important for you to know your own hypoglycemia symptoms, so that you can recognize a low and treat it quickly.