Insulin helps lower blood sugar, but with type 2 diabetes, this relationship doesn’t work properly. Understanding both insulin and blood sugar can help manage diabetes.
High blood sugar at night can severely affect your sleep. Manage blood sugar throughout the day and turn to low-carb, low-sugar snacks at night.
Many herbs and supplements are touted for their ability to lower blood sugar. Learn about the research-based herbal treatments for diabetes.
To lower your blood sugar and reduce your risk of diabetes, eliminate sugary snacks, processed meats, and other foods that raise your blood sugar.
Your A1C measures how well your body is controlling your blood sugar. The higher the score, the higher your risk of developing diabetes complications.
It's important to balance your sugar intake because you may suffer from a headache if you eat too much sugar or suddenly stop eating sugar.
Diabetes alters how the body uses blood sugar which can affect athletic performance. Here’s how athletes with diabetes can manage their condition.
An estimated 7.3 million Americans have undiagnosed diabetes. Learn about the warning signs, complications, diagnosis process, and more.
Manage and prevent diabetes complications by practicing daily self-management, keeping blood sugars at goal, and connecting with your medical team.
The oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) can diagnose diabetes, gestational diabetes, and prediabetes. Learn how the fasting blood test is used.
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