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blood sugar spike symptoms

How to recognize and react to blood sugar spike symptoms?

Unlike hypoglycemia, which can be quite unpleasant (and dangerous) for both healthy individuals and people with diabetes, hyperglycemia is an issue unique to diabetics. In diabetes, hyperglycemia might signal a dangerous and potentially deadly metabolic disorder called ketoacidosis. In this article, you will learn about blood sugar spikes and what to do in a situation…

Diabetes Burnout

How to Overcome Diabetes Burnout and Depression?

Being a diabetic comes with inevitable difficulties and emotional challenges. Patients need to understand those negative emotions and diabetes burnout occasions arise from time to time. And they must do their best to take care of their emotional health to ensure physical well-being. In this article, we will share some facts and advice for maintaining…

What causes low blood sugar in diabetics?

Blood glucose, also known as blood sugar, is what fans the flames of life. Some medications reduce the circulating blood sugar level, and some dietary regimens (e.g. keto diet and low carb diet) restrict the amount of carb intake that way causing the low blood sugar. But, no matter if you observe a high carb…

Diabetes team

Who Should Be Part Of Your Primary Diabetes Team?

A diabetes diagnosis, whether you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes, can be life-changing. However, with all the resources available nowadays, you don’t have to experience this disease alone! The following information will help you recognize which individuals will/should be a part of your diabetes team as well as whom you can rely on…