type 1 diabetes

By Mateen Waheed

What is type 1 diabetes

Type 1 diabetes is when the immune system attacks the insulin producing cells in the pancreas. If insulin can't be produced then the cells get no energy.

Basic life of a diabetic

A diabetic should get plenty of exercise, eat the nutrients they need to stay healthy like fruits, vegetables, and carbohydrates. Also, you should monitor your blood sugar to make sure it is at a normal level. The role of monitoring your blood sugar is to make sure your glucose levels are not high and that you are healthy. Do this daily by pricking your finger and using a diabetic device to test your blood sugar. If you do this daily you will keep track of your blood sugar and stay healthy.
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LIfe style with diabetes

Life with diabetes may seem hard but it's not. You can get support from family members and from other diabetics. Just make a routine to exercise for a period of time to keep in good shape and get good nutrition from foods like fruits, vegetables, and things that have good amounts of energy. Staying fit helps you burn off excess energy and glucose and stay in healthy conditions. The more hard work you put into staying fit the more you will stay fit and control your blood sugar. So, go for a run, go to the gym, or do jumping jacks for a few minutes.

People you should seek for diabetes

Nutritionist

Nutritionist can help you plan healthy diets, improve blood sugar, lose weight, and manage diabetes. You should see one in order to see what you should and should not be doing to manage your diabetes.

Certified Diabetic

A CDE or certified diabetic educator is an educator with diabetes that helps and supports you through having diabetes and helps you manage it. You should see one to get support from a fellow diabetic that can help you through it and manage it.

Psychologist

A expert or specialist for diabetes that can help see if you have a problem managing your diabetes and what can you do to improve it. You should see one in case you are in need of help for managing your diabetes and what you need to do to improve your condition.