By Peter Sönksen, Charles Fox, Sue Judd
This paintings is medically exact and straightforward to appreciate, it contains solutions to 470 actual questions requested by way of individuals with diabetes and their households, written by way of 3 health workers. The publication explains the entire scientific terminology in simple English, together with a thesaurus defining over a hundred and forty scientific phrases, and solutions the questions you'll no longer have time to invite your general practitioner. it is usually a ten web page color part exhibiting you ways to take advantage of the most recent gadget and insulin pens, and exhibits you exacly what to do if an emergency happens.
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It is used to correct a severe insulin reaction (see the section on Hypos in Chapter 3 for how and when to use glucagon). Apart from other hormones, certain medicines, such as water tablets (diuretics) may have an anti-insulin effect and precipitate diabetes. I have recently been given steroid treatment (prednisolone) for severe arthritis. My joints are better but my doctor has now found sugar in my urine and tells me I have diabetes. Is this likely to be permanent? Steroids are effective treatment for a number of conditions but they may cause side effects, as you have just discovered.
Low-alcohol and alcohol-free beers and lagers may contain a lot of sugar, so if you enjoy these you should look for the ones that are also labelled as being low in sugar. Drinking alcohol affects your blood glucose level and you should be aware of this. You will find more information about this in the section on Alcohol in Chapter 5. Treatment without insulin 25 I have had diabetes for 22 years and have only recently come back under the care of my local hospital. When I talked about my diet to the dietitian she was keen to make some changes saying that there were quite a lot of new ideas and diet recommendations.
If you are of normal weight or below, you will be able to eat modest amounts of ordinary extras or treats, such as biscuits, cakes or confectionery. These should form part of your food plan and should preferably be eaten at the end of a meal. There is therefore no need for you to buy diabetic foods just to give yourself a treat. The only ‘special’ foods we recommend for people with diabetes are the ones labelled as ‘diet’ or ‘low calorie’, especially soft drinks that are sugar-free, reduced sugar preserves, diet yoghurts and sugar-free jellies.
Diabetes: the 'at your fingertips' guide by Peter Sönksen, Charles Fox, Sue Judd