Taking insulin and drinking
Taking insulin and drinking? Alcohol affects blood sugar levels, be sure to tell your Primary Care Provider.
Exercising? Did you know physical activity may change the way your body uses insulin? Consult your Primary Care Provider before you begin!
Traveling? Time zones can be tricky with insulin. Discuss injection timing with your Primary Care Provider before a long trip!
Blurry vision? Execessive thirst? Hunger and weight loss? Call your Primary Care Provider, signs of high blood sugars, you may need an adjustment.
Over 50 and diabetic? You are at risk for Peripheral Artery Disease aka PAD, talk to your Primary Care Provider.
Have a wound? Is it red and swollen, drainage with foul odor? Infections are serious! Call your Primary Care Provider now.
AVOID EXCESSIVE DRINKING: Drinking causes diseases of the heart, liver and kidney. Thought for the day: A jug of wine should last a long time.
Avoid drinking too much tea or coffee with sugar as it increases the risk of tooth decay.
I was drinking in the pub last night, so I ended up taking a bus home.
That may not be a big deal to you,but I have never driven a bus before
Drinking frequent cups of tea or coffee with sugar added will increase the risk of teeth decay.