How do I control my sugar levels and stop feeling sick with high sugars?


How do I control my sugar levels and stop feeling sick with high sugars?

Libby says

I am sorry to read you are having problems with your sugar levels and that it is making you feel sick. I do hope you feel able to talk with your diabetes nurse about this as well, because the way to control blood glucose levels is to take your medicine as prescribed, to eat a healthy balanced diet and to get activity in to your day.

If you are struggling with any of this it may help again to discuss it with your nurse. Or if you want to you can also email us back with any of your concerns and we can hopefully work through them with you.

For example, if you struggle to fit the diet in to your daily routine, or maybe you're having problems with the insulin injections and monitoring your bloods, we can help you work through this. Anything you feel may be blocking you from managing your diabetes, please feel free to mail us back and just chat through it with us.  

We do hope this has been helpful but please do get in touch with us again if you need to. You can also call the Careline on the number below if you would like to talk things through.

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