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Friday, August 5, 2011

Choosing Your Insulin

By Benjamin Rowe

Rapid Onset-Fast Acting

Rapid onset-fast acting insulin always has a clear appearance. As its name implies, it can act as quick as a minute to twenty. It has its peak at about an hour later and effects can last three to five hours. When you use this type of insulin, you must eat immediately after you inject.

The Short Acting Insulin

Short acting insulin always look clear. They begin to lower blood glucose levels within half an hour, so you need to have your injection half an hour before eating.

Short acting insulin has a peak effect at two to four hours, and lasts for between six and eight hours.

The Intermediate Acting Insulin

Intermediate acting insulin has a cloudy appearance. It contains protamine or zinc to delay their effects. Effects will start after about 90 minutes from injection, and will peak at 4 to 12 hours, and can last for 16 to 24 hours.

How To Prevent Diabetes

Diabetes calls for a lifetime of checking of blood glucose levels and treatment. If you don't have good control of your blood sugar you'll be at risk from damage to the blood vessels and nerves, with problems such as deterioration in eyesight, stroke, kidney disease and infections.

Your physician has probably told you that all you need is the proper diet and some medication in most cases. Being an overweight diabetic can be difficult, so lose some weight to better control your blood glucose levels.

Why Use Insulin Pumps?

There are more and more people using insulin pumps. This is mainly due to their convenience. This control and flexibility includes advantages such as:

Getting to eat what you want at any time you wish Lesser chance of being hypoglycaemic Not having to revolve your whole schedule around snacks and shots

Many studies show that insulin pumps can yield better results for teens and adults with type I diabetes. These devices can also be used for toddlers and young kids.

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