Type 1 Diabetes and Hyperglycemia: Handling High Blood Sugar

If you have type 1 diabetes, it’s almost inevitable that you will have hyperglycemia at some point. The goal is to keep glucose levels in a safe range for as long as possible, and doing so requires education, support — and a lot of detective work on your part…

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Type 1 Diabetes and Mood

Type 1 diabetes may be a physiological condition, but it comes with an emotional impact that should never be underestimated…

Severe Hypoglycemia and Glucagon

With type 1 diabetes, much of the focus centers around insulin. But there’s another hormone to know about, and that’s glucagon…

Type 1 Diabetes: What’s Happening Inside the Brain?

Adapting to the increased physiological needs of your body is imperative when managing type 1 diabetes (T1D) — but the condition can also cause changes in your brain that influence how you think and feel…

Type 1 Diabetes: What’s Happening Inside the Body?

Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease that is a result of the pancreas making no or too little insulin — but what exactly is happening inside the body? Find out here…

Why Do I Need Insulin Injections? Tips to Get Over Your Fears

Being told that you have type 1 diabetes can be a blow and being told that you must inject insulin to stay alive can be equally as difficult. But there are ways you can address your fears. Try these expert tips…