"I find the opposite happens to me. Really high temperatures, make me feel ill, lethargic, and lessens my appetite. I find that my basal insulin in particular is pretty much ineffective. I thought it was because the insulin had gone off, but Even a…"
"I am guessing that it might depend on where you live. As I live in London, I go to a clinic with only under 18 diabetics. In more populated parts of the country, you will find it easier yet there are certain techniques used. Pumps are more readily…"
"I understand why you are needing less insulin, you are taking in less carb. However, type 1 means you produce NO insulin, and even eating NO carb will require some insulin otherwise you will go into DKA (as killed all type 1s before the discovery of…"
"I forgot to mention surgical cures. They are developed by surgeons not pharmaceutical companies.
I've had melanoma cut out, and hopefully I am cured, because there isn't a drug cure for it. Just some life long nasty trial drugs that might…"
"Think of a cure that has ever been discovered for disease, other than antibiotics. I can't, they are all treatments. Good treatments often, but all long term, even lifelong, treatments.
Penicillin was developed in a more innocent time in…"
"hi im a type 1 in australia and only visit tis site have few spare minutes, your comment is right as all fruit juice are confusing now since i beeen diab i seem to stop having oranges and watermelon and grapes even shopping for fruit has changed for…"
"Also whilst you overeat for a hypo (I always do), it is very difficult to "skip" meals etc when not on a pump - I am on MDI and find I do not feel well if I forego food and a dose of insulin. So whereas nondiabetics can listen to their…"
"I don't believe that anyone who could cure something would be able to. They are ALL financed by companies and organisations with vested interests to TREAT diseases for as long as possible.
Aside from antibiotics which cure bacterial diseases,…"
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Diabetes Hands Foundation has always relied on partners and advisors to increase its understanding of the diabetes space, in order to better serve people touched by diabetes. Today this is as true as ever, as we proudly announce the expansion … Continue Reading