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Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Significance of Tracking your diabetes

By Scott Bonner

Diabetes is something you wish you can ignore and it will depart. Sadly ignoring it might be the most costly call you can make. Diabetes complications can take your vision, foot, or maybe life. It's important to take your blood glucose often and keep track of it such as with Diabetic Journal's Blood Glucose Log.

Your blood glucose level is sort of a stop watch each time it is high the stop watch is running, in that time the high sugar content of your blood is slowly decaying your veins, organs and nervous system. However a blood sugar in range between 75-140 mg/dl stops the clock and the damage. The more time expended with the watch not running the better.

Thru logging your blood glucose you provide info your physician can utilise to figure out how your general care and drugs are working, as well you can start to see trends, such as a pasta meal can cause a blood sugar spike 1 or 2 hours after eating it. These trends steer you to useful insight that can help you better correct and understand your condition.

One thing I learned from logging my sugars was I might wake up with a high blood glucose and the first few hours of the day were spent making an attempt to reduce them. With a little research I discovered about the daybreak phenomena where you body releases glucose and Cortisol into your system to attempt to rouse you. The Cortisol causes resistance to insulin. Simply moving my shot of Lantus to the evening fixed my problem and my mornings started better making the remainder of the day easier to control.

I found with tracking my blood glucose and printing off charts my doctor was able to provide me with better revelations into how I was doing. I've seen the effects that rash diabetes has on the body thru buddies and family. The complications come on fast and in fast succession, and when they start to show up your standard of life is lessened as is your will to fend off further issues. That's the reason why you need to take care of yourself now, as tomorrow could be too late.

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