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What You Need to Know About Hypoglycemia
Hypoglycemia occurs when the level of sugar in a person’s blood gets too low.
The American Diabetes Association classifies hypoglycemia with a glucose reading below 70 mg/dL.
The abnormally low plasma glucose concentration can expose the individual to harm.
Going on a Trip and Unsure What to Pack? We’ve Got You
Traveling with type 2 diabetes can be challenging if you’re worried about managing your condition and staying healthy, but you…
Ready to Get Moving? Here’s How
Regular physical activity is good for you – improving heart health, the strength of muscles, bone density, sleep and mood. When you have type 2 diabetes, moving your body becomes an essential part of your overall treatment plan.
Let’s review some basics around why.
Dawn Phenomenon: Why Blood Sugar is Elevated in the Morning
Do you wake up with higher blood sugar than when you went to sleep? It’s a common issue and even has a name: Dawn Phenomenon. Learn more about why it happens and how to prevent it.
How Can You Tell if You’re Actually Hungry?
Although it might sound strange at first, recognizing when your body is telling you it’s hungry is actually a skill….
Can’t Lose Weight? Your Type 2 Diabetes Meds Might Be to Blame
Many of us struggle with our weight, and although people with type 2 diabetes are often encouraged by their health provider to lose weight, it can seem daunting.
It’s especially frustrating when you’ve changed your diet and started moving more, but you still don’t see the results you want. Don’t blame yourself and keep trying to work toward your goals (you can do this!) but also consider one common culprit of weight gain that has nothing to do with nutrition and exercise: Diabetes medications.
What is Your Daily Average Glucose and Why is it Important?
Daily average glucose is an insightful measure provided by your continuous glucose monitor (CGM) which impacts your A1C. Over weeks…
Navigating Sick Days
When you have type 2 diabetes, even minor illnesses can lead to major health problems. Which is why having a…
BMI and Waist Circumference: What They Mean and Why They’re Important
Although most people have an idea of the weight they would like to be, it’s important to know that weight…
How’s Your Sleep Quality? Take Our Quiz to Find Out
Ahh … sleep. It’s sometimes one of the most elusive aspects of human life, but one of the most important….