Insulin and Diabetes

The articles on this page discuss insulin injections, insulin pumps and how insulin impacts the life of a diabetic.

Easy Ways On How You Could Fight Diabetes

People of all ages, all races, all cultures, and all body types can contract diabetes. It's a disease that attacks your body's ability to regulate blood sugar. It is a problem that can have serious knock-on effects, so it's important to know how to control it. This article is designed to equip you with some very useful information on the subject. Comply with your medical doctor's Read more [...]

Posted by - September 29, 2012 at 11:44 pm

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Diabetes: Helpful Tips For Controlling Your Disease

Diabetes is a trying time in anyone's life, but you can make it manageable with the choices you make. It may seem like a daunting task at first but after you get it under control you can expect to live a full life. Following are some handy tips to help you make good decisions. Please read on. It may be difficult to always keep your insulin refrigerated, especially when traveling. Read more [...]

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The Contents of Diabetic Insulin Kits

Type 1 diabetes utilize insulin kits in order to effectively manage their diabetes. Insulin kits can be purchased via a number of pharmacuetical stores with a valid prescription. These kits contain ...

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Posted by - January 19, 2012 at 12:58 am

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Different Types of Insulin Pump Supplies

Individuals that have diabetes know very well that there are certain items that are needed in order to effectively manage this condition. For those that need to administer insulin having the correct supplies is very important. Insulin pump supplies are purchased by some diabetics in order to....

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Posted by - January 16, 2012 at 10:53 am

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Choosing Insulin Pump Infusion Sets

Anyone that has to take insulin in order to properly manage their diabetes is aware that the types of supplies one has in regards to their insulin maintenace is very important. There are millions of people that use insulin supplies each day in order to obtain the insulin that is needed. Some people are comfortable using syringes in order to administer the insulin to their bodies. There are others that prefer to utilize insulin pumps.

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Posted by - September 16, 2011 at 1:30 pm

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Using an Omnipod Insulin Pump

The omnipod insulin pump provides a solution for those that are concerned about proper insulin management via a pump. This pump is marketed to those that want a simple, efficient way in which manage diabetes.

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Posted by - September 16, 2011 at 1:07 pm

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Diabetes Insulin Pump

Five things to consider if you are thinking of buying a diabetes insulin pump. What are they and who are they for? Are they for you.

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Posted by - September 16, 2011 at 1:06 pm

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Insulin Mixtures and Injections

Most insulin shots are a mixture of 70% long acting, 30% fast acting insulin, often called humulin or mixtard. These shots are often taken before and ...

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Posted by - September 16, 2011 at 1:04 pm

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Insulin Pumps Pros and Cons

An insulin pump is a great replacement for repeated insulin injections and can greatly improve the life quality. We examine insulin pumps pros and cons for you.

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Posted by - September 16, 2011 at 1:01 pm

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How to Remove Excess Insulin from Your Body

This articles discusses how to remove excess insulin from your body if you are a diabetic. The key is understanding the glycemic index.

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Posted by - September 16, 2011 at 12:59 pm

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Insulin Injections 101

Insulin is a hormone which is produced by your pancreas. It's primary function is to metabolize blood sugar. Insulin works by binding insulin receptors on the cell wall which open glucose transporters. Once opened, glucose can flow freely from the blood into the cell. Diabetes patients are not capable of producing insulin and they rely on insulin injections in order to function properly.

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Posted by - September 16, 2011 at 12:56 pm

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Pros and Cons of Insulin Nasal Spray

There are many people that are diabetic and have to put up with administering insulin to themselves on a daily basis in order to keep their insulin levels under control. Most people do not like the idea of having to stick themselves with a needle in order to give their bodies the necessary treatment it needs to function properly. However, there are some alternative methods for administering insulin that are a lot less painful. One of these methods is via an insulin nasal spray.

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Posted by - September 16, 2011 at 12:53 pm

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