low blood sugar
When I forget to stop and rest, my body often reminds me and not always in the nicest or most convenient way. Saturday morning, I was reminded to slow down and take a break through a blood sugar of 45 in the middle of yoga. I rarely slow down or have time for myself. I love my [...]
Last week was a big week for JDRF. It started on Nov. 1 with the newly-declared “Type 1 Day” and continued as the well-known nonprofit unveiled a new logo. But the fun didn’t really start until JDRF sent a powerful message to the Food and Drug Administration by way of full page ads in the [...]
Great for treating lows. And yes, it is as fantastic as it seems!
Since you can’t hear my voice when you read my headline, I’ll let you in on a little secret. It’s sarcasm. I typically hate Mondays for a variety of reasons. One, I am usually very busy at work on Mondays. Secondly, I’m often coming down from a wonderful weekend and trying to psych myself up [...]
In my 18 years of type 1 diabetes, I’ve had five seizures from hypoglycemia. (And this is the second blog post I’ve written low). Fortunately, I haven’t had an “episode” since 2001 (knocking on wood), and each seizure has been explainable. Three of them I had been vigorously exercising before. One I given insulin for [...]