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Sunday, June 5, 2011

What Should I Do If I Have Type 1 Diabetes?

By Iain Green

All types of diabetes require an effort to lower blood sugar. The reason for this is that the pancreas has malfunctioned and there is a lack of insulin being generated within the body. Alternatively, it can be that the cells which need it aren't responding as they should. A combination of these two reasons can also occur.

If you have type 1 diabetes, your doctor will ensure that you realise the importance of keeping an eye on your sugar levels at home. In fact, this needs to be done several times a day. The reason for this being is you check it constantly, you will be able to act quicker should anything need to be handled. The required level of blood sugar depends upon age so there are a range of appropriate levels for those with type 1 diabetes. You should talk with your doctor with regards to the right level of blood sugar for you. Blood sugar monitors require only a drop of blood for you to be able to check your glucose levels. By checking on your blood sugar at home, you will be able to gauge the impact of your exercise and diet. There are a number of different kinds of monitors available and not every one needs a finger prick.

Diet can help to control some of the symptoms of type 1 and as such, it is advisable for you to learn about nutrition in terms of how much fat, protein and carbs you should ebb eating as well as in what proportion.

A registered dietician can offer you professional advice which can be very beneficial to you with numerous tips on what you should be eating to keep symptoms under control. With type 1 diabetes, it is important that you consume regular meals to maintain stable blood sugar levels. They can neither be too high or too low.

So ensure you realise the importance of checking your blood sugar levels daily. Also, you will need to ensure that you check them after exercise. Whilst exercising, which you should do at the same time each day, have food with you in case it is needed. With regards to which food that should be, your dietician will be able to advise.

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