Blog Posts - Hypoglycemia



Emergency room visit

It's been a little over a year since I've been to the ER because of my diabetes until last night. I made a mistake and ended up taking a double dose of insulin; 40 or so units of Humalog. I was a little on the high side and then about an ho...
by Love Is All You Want on Jul 2, 2013

Sex and Diabetes

Sex and Diabetes Maintaining a healthy normal sex life with diabetes can occur, but will require...

What Is Burdock Root

The burdock plant is closely related to the dandelion family. It’s roots and seeds were often used by the ancient Greek’s as a herbal medicine. Today burdock is often used in health supplements relating to liver and digestive problems. It...
by Buy HGH on Dec 8, 2012

Hypoglycemia

Hypoglycemia from Diabetes Care Club. We offer information about Hypoglycemia including Diabetes testing supplies take a step forward to Diabetes Self Management. Visit www.DiabetesCareClub.com today or call 800-840-7711 for more information about Hy...
by Diabetes Away on Oct 22, 2012

Diabetes: Courses, Care and Considerations

An overview of Diabetes Type I and II. Symptoms and treatments for hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) in children. A look at the technology of meters, insulin injection pumps, testing kits. Kristen Rice, RN, BSN, CDE, Diabetes Nurse Educator, Children...
by Diabetes Away on Oct 11, 2012

Hypoglycemia – How to Use GlucaGen Hypokit – Glucagon Injection Kit for Hypoglycemic Emergency

Hypoglycemia is the term for abnormally low blood sugar. The condition can cause permanent brain damage and is potentially fatal. There are two types of hypoglycemia that a person without Diabetes can have. —Postabsorptive Hypoglycemia— A...
by Diabetes Away on Oct 1, 2012

Did You Forget Something? ~ False Advertising

A well known ‘hazelnut spread’ contains the following ingredients: Sugar (50%) and vegetable oils (mostly palm oil), followed by hazelnut, cocoa solids, and skimmed milk. In the United States, this spread contains soy products. This produ...
by Terri's Kitchen on Sep 10, 2012

Are you Tired? Hypoglycemia, Diabetes, Sugar Austin Wellness

Be My Friend – www.myspace.com Are you Tired? Hypoglycemia, Diabetes, Sugar Austin Wellness Information about diabetes; prevention, management, treatment, cures, diet and care. Diabetes can be managed naturally without medications or drugs and...
by Diabetes Away on Aug 12, 2012

The myth that complicates People with Diabetes

People with diabetes mellitus because of the difficulty controlling the disease are faced with a lot of myths about the disease. One of the myths of the most frequently encountered is taboo to eat rice and sweet drink that blood sugar does not rise.
by fresh health on Aug 9, 2012

Pregnancy Diabetes and risks to the baby

Diabetes during pregnancy (gestational diabetes) is a form of diabetes experienced by pregnant women. By about 3 percent of pregnant women found to be suffering from the disease despite having no previous history of diabetes. Dr. Tan Ay Eeng, Gynecol...
by fresh health on Aug 9, 2012

Fasting and Risk of Hypoglycemia in Diabetes Patients

People with diabetes who plan to practice fasting is expected to be constantly aware of the threat of hypoglycemia or blood sugar shortage. At the time of fasting hypoglycemia occurs mostly in the afternoon before breaking the fast and especially in...
by fresh health on Aug 6, 2012

Severe diabetes complications can cause death

diabetes-complications.net As soon as a person is diagnosed with diabetes, they are educated as to diabetes complications, some of which include hypoglycemia, liver complications, ketoacidosis and type 1 diabetes complications. All of this must b...
by Diabetes Away on Jul 19, 2012

Wake up Sleepyhead ~ Time for Breakfast!

Breakfast, the most important meal of the day! Yes, we’ve all heard it before.  Everything you read about the morning meal always states this; it has been pounded into our brains over and over again. But do we all take heed? I’m sure tha...
by Terri's Kitchen on Jul 7, 2012

What is Type 2 Diabetes and what causes it?

While the cause of type 2 diabetes is unknown, it’s probably a combination of genes & lifestyle What you should know: •Blood sugar in the body remains high •Obese and inactive people are at highest risk •Symptoms cannot be detected &...
by Diabetes Away on May 29, 2012

What is Type 1 Diabetes and what causes it?

Type 1 diabetes (insulin-dependent) occurs when your body produces little or no insulin What you should know: •Diabetes is a disorder that occurs when body produces little or no insulin •Symptoms include; thirst, nausea, frequent urination, fatig...
by Diabetes Away on May 24, 2012

How do you Like your Eggs in the Morning?

I thought I would give you myself a break from all the ‘bad’ food I’ve been making.  Being one who has low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) I have to have breakfast, and a proper one at that.  I admit I sway from having a proper breakfa...
by Terri's Kitchen on May 23, 2012

CJ Corona is in the hospital

After his controversial and apparent 'walk out' in the Senate today, Chief Justice Corona is  brought to Medical City in Pasig.This was confirmed by his legal counsel Karen Jimeno. Jimeno reiterated that the Chief Justice did not walk out from t...
by Fresh News Buzz on May 22, 2012

How Sweet it is!

Sugar.  We all know we shouldn’t eat so much of it, but yet we do.  It’s irresistable.  It’s sweet.  It gives us a pleasurable taste on the tongue.  How can we say ‘no’??? The average American eats approximately 1,5...
by Terri's Kitchen on May 16, 2012

Diabetic Hypoglycemia – Causes, Treatment and Prevention of Low Blood Sugar.avi

PowerfulLivingDiabetes.com Diabetic hypoglycemia can be caused by certain medications used to treat diabetes type2. Hypoglycemia can also occur as diabetes type2 progresses. Here are some ways to treat and prevent diabetic hypoglycemia.
by Diabetes Away on May 15, 2012

What is a good diet for someone with hypoglycemia?

I have hypogylemic conditions, which are occasionally induced by sugar consumption. This is any and all sugar. My body basically hyper-reacts to sugar, and dumps insulin into my blood stream. What would be a reasonable diet, in order to avoid these s...
by recipes on Apr 25, 2012


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