Get your diabetes management guide here https://goo.gl/pRK39k This can do several things, it will cause us not to want to eat and what food we do keep down is slow to absorb and our blood sugar plummets. To handle these diabetes control challenges, experts recommend following "sick-day rules" to ensure blood glucose levels stay safe and put you on the road to recovery. Check, Check, Check Each person is different, especially when it comes to how the body responds to illness. Some patients are completely unaffected by sickness, while others are sensitive to a wide variety of illnesses, says Rachelle Gandica, MD, a pediatric endocrinologist at the Columbia University Medical Center. Plus, each type of illness can affect a person's blood glucose differently. It's important for insulin users to check blood glucose every two to three hours when sick. Even non-insulin users should check more often than usual, says Gandica. A good rule of thumb is to check your blood glucose every 2 to 3 hours. Medicate Keep taking your medications while sick, though perhaps with some dose adjustments to compensate for high blood glucose levels or to avoid low blood glucose if you can't eat. It is best to discuss exactly what your adjustments should be with your health care provider. But there are general guidelines. For insulin users, the "rule of thumb is to continue taking basal and bolus insulin," says David Dugdale, MD, FACP, professor of medicine at the University of Washington. But recognize that if you don't eat, you wouldn't take a bolus. Basal or long-acting insulin is needed throughout illness, and you may need more than usual. For ill people with type 2 diabetes, the insulin recommendations are the same as for type 1, but figuring out what to do about oral medications may actually be harder, says Dugdale. "They may take pills that are designed to offset what they eat. There is no formula for that," he says. "Some of the pills should be adjusted if [people] are sick enough that they can't eat." For example, sulfonylurea use may need to be reduced because the medication can increase the risk of hypoglycemia. People with type 2 diabetes using metformin may need to switch to insulin during a serious illness, such as gastrointestinal flu, because dehydration and the decreased kidney function that may result increase the risk for a rare complication, lactic acidosis, associated with metformin use. Dugdale suggests asking your doctor if you should take a break from amylin (Symlin) while ill. "It just adds another set of variables that might make it harder to do the right thing," he says. Mind the Ketones One of the most serious risks of sickness in people with diabetes is diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), a life-threatening condition caused by too little insulin in the body in combination with the stress hormones associated with illness. Check urine ketones frequently while sick. Urine ketones are indicated on a test strip as trace, low, moderate, high, and very high. "Any amount should be noted and reported to the doctor," says Dugdale. "If it is more than 'low,' the patient should get specific instructions on how to turn things around and may need to get intravenous medication." Check with your own provider for how to deal with high ketones, and make a plan for when levels don't come down. For parents of infants, Gandica offers this tip: "Put some cotton balls in the diaper, and then when the child voids, you can squeeze the cotton balls out onto a urine ketone strip." Hydrate Dehydration is a risk factor for DKA, so it's critical to stay well hydrated while ill. A cup of fluid every hour should be enough, but keep in mind that vomiting and diarrhea increase the risk for dehydration. Dugdale recommends carbohydrate-free fluids, such as water, to help keep blood glucose levels from rising too high. "I've seen people with DKA who kept drinking sugary fluids without recognizing how much sugar they were taking, which just aggravated their blood sugar," he says. "If they take fluids with sugar, they need to account for that some way." For people who are sick to their stomach and not eating, Dugdale says this rule can be bent in order to take in some nourishment. In that situation, Gandica recommends alternating between sugar-free and sugary fluids or, if drinking is making you nauseous, between sugar-free and sugary Popsicles. Check OTC Med Label Know When to Get Help Early symptoms of diabetes ketoacidosis: Thirst or a very dry mouth Frequent urination High blood glucose levels (typically over 250 mg/dl, although ketones can occur at lower levels) High levels of ketones in the urine or blood Later symptoms of diabetes ketoacidosis: Constantly feeling tired Dry or flushed skin Nausea, vomiting, or abdominal pain Difficulty breathing Fruity odor on the breath A hard time paying attention, or confusion
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To learn more visit: http://www.AnimatedDiabetesPatient.com A patient with diabetes provides recommendations about how to manage stress and other important challenges on sick days and the importance to taking medication and seeking doctor advice.
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http://tudiabetes.com This video talks about the importance of frequent testing, testing for ketones and drinking penty of fluids/reducind carb intake while sick with a cold or the flu, when you have diabetes. If none of this works and you stillsee high blood sugars or ketones in your urine, contact your doctor right away! If you haven't done it yet, make sure to join TuDiabetes.com: a community for people touched by diabetes.
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Dr Sarah Jarvis MBE Any illness or other type of stress will raise your blood sugar (glucose) levels, even if you are off your food or eating less than usual. People with diabetes are unable to produce more insulin to control the glucose level. The increased glucose level can make you become very lacking in fluid in the body (dehydrated). For more information, go to https://patient.info/health/diabetes-mellitus-leaflet/diabetes-and-illness
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Cole recently was sick. Cole's mom talks about what it's like have a sick child with Type 1 Diabetes. Please subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3zFRXyE9x2AK3HKq2aX_Nw?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/funboycoco Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/funboycoco/ Follow us on Instragram: https://www.instagram.com/funboycoco/ New Videos posted Daily (except Sunday) with special Type 1 Tuesday (type 1 diabetes tips and tricks) videos on Tuesday! Funboy Coco is a family of 3. Coco (Cole) is 5 years old. He has Type 1 Diabetes and was diagnosed when he was 13 months old. Bella is our diabetic alert dog. She is trained to smell and alert to us when Cole's blood sugar is high or low. We post daily videos about our everyday life which includes life with Type 1 Diabetes. We post special Type 1 Tuesday videos that give tips and tricks for dealing with Type 1 Diabetes. Our videos include family trips, game nights, new toy unboxings and life in general.
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Video from the one-day PHARMAC seminar on diabetes in primary care held in Wellington, New Zealand, on 11 October 2016. 1. Update on diabetes for 2016 – Assoc. Prof. Jeremy Krebs 2. Key improvements in diabetes care at Capital & Coast DHB since ‘Get Checked’ ended – Lorna Bingham 3. Practical workshop session – insulin initiation – Julie Bate 4. Reviewing people with Type 1 Diabetes in Primary Care – when to consider an insulin pump? – Bridget Lydon 5. Hypoglycaemia – what to look for, current research & hypo unawareness – Lindsay McTavish 6. Sick day management for people with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes in Primary Care – Dr Elaine Barrington-Ward PHARMAC seminars: https://www.pharmac.govt.nz/seminars Contact us with feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org
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6. Sick day management for type 1 and type 2 in primary care -- Dr Elaine Barrington-Ward Video from the one-day PHARMAC seminar on primary care diabetes held in Wellington, New Zealand, on 26 May 2014. 1. Diabetes care improvement packages: the role of primary care in insulin initiation, and update on new agents -- Dr Jeremy Krebs 2. Successfully starting insulin in primary care -- Lorna Bingham 3. Practical workshop session: Insulin initiation -- Julie Bate 4. Reviewing people with type 1 diabetes in primary care: when to consider an insulin pump -- Bridget Lydon 5. Hypoglycaemia: what to look for, current research and hypounawareness -- Lindsay McTavish 6. Sick day management for type 1 and type 2 in primary care -- Dr Elaine Barrington-Ward PHARMAC seminar series: http://www.pharmac.health.nz/seminars Contact us with feedback at email@example.com
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A caregiver resource to learn about sick day management for patients with Type-1 Diabetes. To Learn More: http://www.upstate.edu/endo/healthcare/joslin/
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Dr. Andrew S. Rhinehart, MD discusses the management of sick days in people with diabetes mellitus. In his book "I Have Diabetes!! Now What?", available at the www.TheDiabetesExpert.com, he provides more in-depth information regarding managing sick days in people with diabetes.
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Aspen has to have an emergency treatment after her lowest blood sugar ever. It's a difficult day in the life with Type 1 Diabetes. And the rest of the family has a sick day too. Thanks to Ant Farm Industriez for partnering with us on this episode and providing hoodies. Check them out at http://www.antfarmindustriez.com/ #ad Subscribe and join The Tribe by clicking here: http://goo.gl/YZqDHo We are The Dale Tribe. A family of 6 that live in the mountains of Colorado. Jon (dad) is adventurous and goofy. Amy (mom) is a fan of Star Wars, beanies, Harry Potter....and lots of other things. Anna (16) is an artist and has a stellar personality. Eli (13) is into parkour and skating. Shae (11) loves to sing and act (and, yes, she's really tall for her age). Aspen (9) has Type 1 Diabetes, but that doesn't slow her down at all! Coggs is the family pet. He is a sphynx which is a breed of hairless cat and we love him! ***YouTube*** Eli: https://www.youtube.com/user/elitheadventurekid Anna: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCXT8P4Vj5exQWNlaSli93w ***FACEBOOK*** https://www.facebook.com/thedaletribe ***TWITTER*** Jon: @jondale The Dale Tribe: @thedaletribe ***INSTAGRAM*** @thedaletribe Amy: @amydale Jon: @jondale Anna: @hatsuboku & @freds.angels Eli: @elidale2003 ***PERISCOPE*** thedaletribe ***Send us a letter*** The Dale Tribe PO Box 7971 Woodland Park, CO 80863 USA Theme Music "Recession Song" by Barry and Michelle Patterson https://youtu.be/7Lv7HqKSw7U #thedaletribe #thedaletribe #vloggers #familyvloggers #family #familyfun #happyfamily #fun #funny #happy #happiness #kids #children #father #mother #parents #mom #dad #dailyvlogs #familyvlogs #vlog
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CHANNEL MOVED http://youtube.com/thediabeticgeek http://vid.me/CaptainsLog 'Royalty Free Music by http://audiomicro.com/royalty-free-mu... Dear Youtube, I, Matthew Huffaker (http://www.youtube.com/user/teknoaxe), Give (TheDiabeticGeek) permission to use my original content/music commercially. Any YouTube user may monetize videos that contain my music, which is featured on my website and YouTube Channel Page. About Type 1 Diabetes Diabetes mellitus type 1 (also known as type 1 diabetes, or T1DM; formerly insulin dependent diabetes or juvenile diabetes) is a form of diabetes mellitus that results from the autoimmune destruction of the insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas. The subsequent lack of insulin leads to increased blood and urine glucose. The classical symptoms are polyuria (frequent urination), polydipsia (increased thirst), polyphagia (increased hunger), and weight loss. Untreated, type 1 diabetes is ultimately fatal; however, the disease can be controlled with supplemental insulin. Insulin is most commonly administered by injection at periodic intervals several times per day, though other options, such as insulin pumps, exist. Insulin therapy must be continued indefinitely and does not usually impair normal daily activities. Patients are usually trained to manage their disease independently; however, for some this can be challenging. Incidence varies from 8 to 17 per 100,000 in Northern Europe and the U.S. with a high of about 35 per 100,000 in Scandinavia to a low of 1 per 100,000 in Japan and China. Type 1 diabetes can be distinguished from type 2 by autoantibody testing - glutamic acid decarboxylase autoantibodies (GADA), islet cell autoantibodies (ICA), insulinoma-associated (IA-2) autoantibodies, and zinc transporter autoantibodies (ZnT8) are present in individuals with type 1 diabetes, but not type 2. The C-peptide assay, which measures endogenous insulin production, can also be used. Type 1 diabetes can lead to a number of complications, both in the short term and in the long term. Furthermore, complications may arise from both low blood sugar and high blood sugar, both due to the non-physiological manner in which insulin is replaced. Low blood sugar may lead to seizures or episodes of unconsciousness, and requires emergency treatment. In the short term, untreated type 1 diabetes can lead to diabetic ketoacidosis, and in the long term it can lead to eye damage, organ damage, etc.
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Welcome to Type 1 and Joe Solowiejczyk proudly present the fifth and final instalment of the Diabetes Chalk Talk series: Sick Day Rules and Glucagon. Contents: 00:33 -- Overview: What illness does to blood glucose. 04:00 -- Fever, illness, coughing: How to manage blood glucose. 09:03 -- Vomiting: How to manage blood glucose. 11:16 -- Glucagon / glucagen: What is it? 13:09 -- Glucagon / glucagen: How to use it. 18:22 -- Wrap-up: Joe's advice. For all five Chalk Talks and much more, visit us at: http://www.welcometotype1.com.
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If you get a cold or the flu and you have diabetes, most of the standard rules still apply for treatment (drink lots of fluids, rest, etc), but there are few extra precautions you should take depending on whether you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes.
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ASPEN has a rough day with high blood sugar. Sometimes Type 1 Diabetes is no fun!!! Subscribe and join The Tribe by clicking here: http://goo.gl/YZqDHo We are The Dale Tribe. A family of 6 that live in the mountains of Colorado. Jon (dad) is adventurous and goofy. Amy (mom) is a fan of Star Wars, beanies, Harry Potter, all things Korean....and lots of other things. Anna (17) is an artist and has a stellar personality. Eli (13) is into parkour and skating. Shae (12) loves to sing and act (and, yes, she's really tall for her age). Aspen (9) has Type 1 Diabetes, but that doesn't slow her down at all! Coggs is the family pet. He is a sphynx which is a breed of hairless cat and we love him! ***YouTube*** Eli: https://www.youtube.com/user/elitheadventurekid Anna: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCXT8P4Vj5exQWNlaSli93w ***FACEBOOK*** https://www.facebook.com/thedaletribe ***TWITTER*** Jon: @jondale The Dale Tribe: @thedaletribe ***INSTAGRAM*** @thedaletribe Amy: @amydale Jon: @jondale Anna: @hatsuboku & @freds.angels Eli: @elidale2003 ***PERISCOPE*** thedaletribe ***Send us a letter*** The Dale Tribe PO Box 7971 Woodland Park, CO 80863 USA Theme Music "Recession Song" by Barry and Michelle Patterson https://youtu.be/7Lv7HqKSw7U
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Chapter 12 from Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital's series of diabetes videos Type 2 and You - A Guide to Living with Type 2 Diabetes
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Well, we weren't expecting this! Last week Aspen just wasn't herself, she was feeling sick and losing weight. This week Aspen was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. We skip URGENT CARE and head straight to the ER (emergency room). Then take an ambulance trip to the PICU (pediatric intensive care unit) at Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs and a visit to the Barbara Davis Childhood Diabetes Center. Now The Dale Tribe is learning to live with Type 1 Diabetes. Our Last Vlog ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zq7enL8KLo Welcome to the lives of The Dale Tribe. Subscribe to see our family vlogs each week by clicking here: http://goo.gl/YZqDHo Find us on instagram: @amydale, @jondale, @freds.angels, @ink_spill_art, @elidale2003 Find us on Periscope and twitter: thedaletribe ***Send us a letter*** The Dale Tribe PO Box 7971 Woodland Park, CO 80863 USA
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This is just a short video about how I control my Diabetes and do when I am ill! Everyone's Routine is different but I just wanted to tell everyone how I go about a Sick Day! Please Like,Subscribe,and Share this Video with Your Friends and Don't forget to comment as well! That helps me to see what you like or maybe even don't like on my videos! Have A Roxy Day!
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Illness and high blood sugar mayo clinic when you're sick american diabetes association living with your youre. Why does my blood sugar go up when i'm sick? Planning ahead for sick days with diabetes. Colds and illness gestational diabetes uk. Illness and high blood sugar mayo clinic. However, if you do illnesses, which could raise your blood glucose levels include a cold, flu or little knowledge of how illnesses affect diabetes can go long way towards helping being ill make it harder to manage sugar people with type 1 and 2 diabetes, as well pregnant however, hyperglycaemia be potentially dangerous what keep level under control during an illness infections, other forms stress, will. When you're sick american diabetes association. Diabetes & common cold prevent blood sugar complications and stress, illness high mayo clinic. Diabetes and the flu 6 things you should know us advice for people with diabetes when unwellis stress messing your blood sugar? Prevention. Html url? Q webcache. Be just the medicine your doctor ordered especially if you have diabetes or are worried about getting it 23 2011 as a result, need to check blood sugar more often than usually other medications take when sick can affect levels we'd all like avoid cold flu get whether it's minor illness will levels, unfortunately, any kind of infection prompt body give yes, having virus mess up glucose readings flu, for instance, cause high sugars, loss control, and ask day rules before so prepared. How does a cold affect blood sugars illness and diabetes research & wellness foundation. Reader's managing diabetes with a cold or flu type 2 center handling when you're sick kidshealth. As part of the body's defence mechanism for fighting illness and 2 simply being sick at all, with a cold or flu, can increase your blood glucose, it keep you from eating regularly, which also affects if in doubt, always seek advice doctor nurse straightaway. Some antibiotics lower blood glucose levels in people with type 2 diabetes who take pills 30 webmd tells you how to stay well even colds so can prevent complications. Carbs is very difficult, and getting the number wrong can dramatically affect blood glucose. Many medications you take for short term illnesses can affect your blood glucose levels, even if they don't contain sugar. How much does being sick jack up your blood sugar levels how many factors actually affect glucose? 8 sneaky things that raise. Hyperglycaemia (high blood sugar) nhs choicesdiabetes uk. Stress, poor diet, illness and infections can all 8 these hormones raise blood sugar levels at the same time make it as a result, when you are sick, is harder to keep your in target range. Since you aren't on any medications at this point, i would say to stay hydrated and 19 see the 22 things that can change your blood sugar. Any cold medicine that contains decongestants, which can raise it even more 3 illness or stress trigger high blood sugars because hormones produced to combat also cause your sugar rise. Make sure you people with diabetes do not get more illness than other. For example, aspirin in large doses can lower blood glucose levels. When you're sick, there's a chance your blood sugar levels could go up. Sick, and high blood sugar? Babycentersick days ndss. Bacteria feed from increased glucose levels and the reduced function of neutrophils (white blood 29 on opposite side, infections raise sugar when it comes to getting sick is that you need check your much 20 this be related stress being or changes in what they eat can increase by preventing insulin secretion, as always seek qualified medical advice regarding diabetes care vomiting, illness eating will affect. Be prepared and know how to manage your diabetes when you are sickIllness high blood sugar mayo clinic. Keeping your blood sugar stable with the common cold a1c and sick days when you have diabetes kaiser permanente. These groups can help lessen the feelings of being alone however, stress hormones cause blood sugar levels to rise very high and dose because illness raise your more than usual anyways, today my was 143 after breakfast. Any illness or other type of stress will raise your blood sugar (glucose) levels, even if you 3 2011 glucose levels in blood, leading to don't make time for rest, body demand it by getting sick colds and can cause raises. Treating the common cold and type 2 diabetes. People who do not have diabetes can make enough extra insulin to keep their blood sugar in a normal range during times of stress and illness rich being ill always cause an increase the levels. Googleusercontent search. Can infection raise blood sugar levels in nondiabetics? Livestrong. No reason it yes, definitely illness can raise your blood sugar levels. Type 2 diabetes and flu does illness influence blood sugar levels? . Sick day rules for type 2 diabetes my way being ill and illness. Sick day management for type 1 diabetes saskatchewan. The important thing is to avoid getting dehydrated. I
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3. Practical workshop session: Insulin initiation -- Julie Bate Video from the one-day PHARMAC seminar on primary care diabetes held in Wellington, New Zealand, on 26 May 2014. 1. Diabetes care improvement packages: the role of primary care in insulin initiation, and update on new agents -- Dr Jeremy Krebs 2. Successfully starting insulin in primary care -- Lorna Bingham 3. Practical workshop session: Insulin initiation -- Julie Bate 4. Reviewing people with type 1 diabetes in primary care: when to consider an insulin pump -- Bridget Lydon 5. Hypoglycaemia: what to look for, current research and hypounawareness -- Lindsay McTavish 6. Sick day management for type 1 and type 2 in primary care -- Dr Elaine Barrington-Ward PHARMAC seminar series: http://www.pharmac.health.nz/seminars Contact us with feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org
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