Why Keeping Blood Levels Normal Is So Important For A Diabetic?

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When it comes to managing the disease as a long term sufferer from the type 1 disease I have to say that it is the hardest part of the disease to have to handle. Harder than dealing with Hypos, harder than dealing with people that seem fascinated by the fact you are injecting yourself in the middle of a restaurant and yes even harder than the injections themselves!

Keeping the blood sugars at a relatively normal rate is very important for a diabetic. Not just in the short term but in the long term too. If your bloods are stuck at a high rate you will not really see long term health effects straight away they will occur and you will start to suffer when it comes to a few years down the line.

I will not go too much into detail on ways in which you can suffer if your bloods are constantly at the high levels because it is a bit depressing but the effects can have serious consequences on the way you lead the latter part of your life.

Keeping the bloods normal also makes you feel like what you are doing is the right thing and you feel pretty proud of yourself because you have achieved something. When bloods are at the higher levels it can make you feel drained, sick, thirsty and much more whereas when they are normal you just feel like everyone else. There is no reason why if you are not leading your life sensibly that you cannot just crack
on with life like everyone else.

Difficulties of Keeping the Bloods Low

Of course it is going to be tough on keeping the bloods at a normal rate when you are eating at different times of the day and different kinds of things when you are eating. Some form of a pattern must be made for the body so it knows what is going on.

If you are lucky enough to be on adjustable insulin you know that the more carbohydrates you have the higher dosage of insulin to give. This is very important for keeping the bloods down because if you give yourself a small dose and you eat a large amount of carbs you will see the bloods rocket up within around 10-15 minutes.

It is difficult to keep the bloods at the right levels but it can be done so make sure you do things properly to ensure a long life and you will be just the same as everyone else!

Ryan is a diabetic internet marketer with a keen interest in bad credit and adverse credit cards . It is very important to always try your hardest to keep the bloods at a normal rate.

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    2 Responses to “Why Keeping Blood Levels Normal Is So Important For A Diabetic?”

    1. Health n Fitness Crae Says:

      I agree keeping blood sugar levels at a normal level is very important for a diabetic. They should keep a proper watch at their food and indulge in a proper and regular exercise and fitness regime, even a simple brisk walking for 30 to 45 minutes a day is quite helpful in maintaining a healthy body weight thereby keeping the blood sugar levels at check as well.

    2. Tacfit Says:

      As with all things that concern regulating our body, I think that it is important to keep a log. This definitely holds true with maintaining blood sugar levels. I’ve found that keeping a log of blood sugar levels, diet and exercises helps to identify the different foods, activities and other things that can impact and effect blood sugar levels. Once these things have been identified, they can be used to your advantage, controlled and harnessed.

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