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Is Diabetes Hyperglycemia Or Hypoglycemia?

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Differential Neuropathies In Hyperglycemic And Hypoglycemic Diabetic Rats

Differential Neuropathies in Hyperglycemic and Hypoglycemic Diabetic Rats Division of Cell Biology, Department of Biomedicine and Surgery and Diabetic Research Centre, Faculty of Health Sciences, Send correspondence and reprint requests to: Dr. Reza Jamali, Division of Cell Biology, Department of Biomedicine and Surgery and Diabetic Research Centre, Faculty of Health Sciences, Linkping University, SE-581 85 Linkping, Sweden; E-mail: [email protected] Search for other works by this author on: Division of Cell Biology, Department of Biomedicine and Surgery and Diabetic Research Centre, Faculty of Health Sciences, Journal of Neuropathology & Experimental Neurology, Volume 65, Issue 12, 1 December 2006, Pages 11181125, Reza Jamali, Simin Mohseni; Differential Neuropathies in Hyperglycemic and Hypoglycemic Diabetic Rats, Journal of Neuropathology & Experimental Neurology, Volume 65, Issue 12, 1 December 2006, Pages 11181125, We investigated the effects of hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia on development of peripheral neuropathy in somatic motor and sensory nerves in type 1 diabetic BB/Wor rats. The animals were maintained in a hyper- or hypoglycemic state by treatment with insulin fo Continue reading >>

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  1. Aine

    I just called Boots in Cambridge for Ketone testing strips and was interrogated like a criminal. They wanted to know why I wanted them, and I said I was testing for ketones, and then further questioning, so Isaid I was on a diet. She abruptly said, "Okay, right..I'm sorry, we're not allowed to sell them. Goodbye," and hung up. :confused:
    What am I missing? :rolleyes: I thought they were easily available and didn't know I was trying to purchase some restricted item. I know they are really for diabetics, but didn't want to be dishonest or rather, didn't think I had to be dishonest to purchase them.
    Are there restrictions on their sale in the UK? (I hav only been here a few months) Maybe I can do without them, but I was curious to know if I am in ketosis.
    Now I feel stupid for calling, and like I called to ask for ganja (marijauana). :(
    Bye for now :wave:

  2. daisy

    Boots refused to sell my boyfriend Ketostix (that's the brand name) when he admitted he wasn't a diabetic, & they refused to give a reason. :mad: From what I've heard there aren't official restrictions on them, so I'm assuming Boots are just fascists. I don't have my boyfriend's scruples, so I went to Superdrug & lied- I said they were for my mum!:rolleyes: - but they had run out.
    Finally we got them from a company called Pharmacy4U, which I'm sure has a website (try Pharmacy4U.co.uk). After all that, though, we never use them any more! Maybe I will once I'm on maintenance. So don't worry too much about them :)
    Take care, Daisy
    :daizy:

  3. Aine

    Thanks Daisy, I think I'll just do without them or try the website you suggested.
    Cheers :wave:

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Hyperglycemia And Hypoglycemia In Type 2 Diabetes

Hyperglycemia can occur when blood sugar levels are too high. People develop hyperglycemia if their diabetes is not treated properly. Hypoglycemia sets in when blood sugar levels are too low. It is usually a side effect of treatment with blood-sugar-lowering medication. Diabetes is a metabolic disease with far-reaching health consequences. In type 2 diabetes, not enough insulin is released into the bloodstream, or the insulin cannot be used properly. In type 1 diabetes, the body only produces very little insulin, or none at all. We need insulin to live. Without it, sugar (glucose) builds up in the blood because it cannot be taken out and used by the body. Very high blood sugar, known as hyperglycemia, leads to a number of symptoms. If blood sugar levels are too low, it is called hypoglycemia. When is blood sugar considered to be too high or too low? Slight fluctuations in blood sugar levels are completely normal and also happen on a daily basis in people who do not have diabetes. Between around 60 and 140 milligrams of sugar per deciliter of blood (mg/dL) is considered to be healthy. This is equivalent to between 3.3 and 7.8 mmol/L. “Millimole per liter” (mmol/L) is the interna Continue reading >>

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    Has anyone had any luck finding them at a pharmacy? I went into a big Boots and the guy was trying to be helpful, but he found out that Boots don't carry them because it's their policy not to carry these types of medical accessories that you don't need a prescription for (meanwhile, loads of herbal "remedies" line the shelves). Anyway he suggested I try a small independent pharmacy, and I know you can get them from amazon, but I was wondering if anyone had any luck getting them from a pharmacy?
    Update I asked a little pharmacy tucked away next to my work, nice Irish bloke, after discussing it he said he could order some in, "about six quid", so even if it's 7 quid, it's still convenient.
    Update 2 Yep he sold them to me for six quid. I'm finding them interesting to tweak my diet, but even after eating at a nice restaurant for Valentine's day, which involved some bread, polenta, potato, and sugary pudding, I still registered ketones the next day, so I think the "if in doubt eat more butter" approach, while using MFP, is probably just fine. Still, I'll probably use them for another week or so out of curiosity.

  2. JenCarpeDiem

    I don't think you're going to find them -- I never have -- and if you do, they likely won't be any cheaper than they are on Amazon (£6.54). If anyone can prove me wrong though, I'd love to know! My 'stix are about to expire and I need to get some more soon. :)

  3. kersh2099

    I know its not much, but I found these on ebay for £6.30 inc postage. Arrived in 2 days with no problems for me.
    I too have found none in the shops though.

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The purpose of this course is to train health care providers to reduce hypoglycemic adverse drug events (ADEs) in older adults.

Hypoglycemia In An Individual With Diabetes

Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) is a frequent event that can harm the quality of life of people with diabetes and their families. It is important to know the symptoms and how to treat it, as well as its causes and what to do to prevent it. Definition Hypoglycemia is defined as a blood glucose (sugar) level below 4 mmol/L, with or without symptoms. People at risk Some people with diabetes are at greater risk of hypoglycemia than others: *Gliclazide (Diamicron® and Diamicron®), Glimepiride (Amaryl®), Glyburide (Diabeta®), Nateglinide (Starlix®), Repaglinide (GlucoNorm®). Symptoms The symptoms of hypoglycemia fall into two categories. Symptoms caused by adrenaline secretion (adrenergic) These symptoms are usually the first to appear and should be considered "alarm bells": Trembling Palpitations Sweating Anxiety Hunger Nausea Tingling Pallor Symptoms caused by a lack of glucose in the brain (neuroglycopenic) If nothing is done, the following symptoms may occur: Difficulty concentrating Mood swings Confusion Weakness Drowsiness Blurred vision Difficulty speaking Headache Dizziness Moreover, if hypoglycemia occurs during the night, a person could experience: Profuse sweating Nightma Continue reading >>

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  1. tuffnut

    how much weight do you lose per week on keto?

    Just curious, on average what do you lose each week?

  2. Lunchbox419

    Originally Posted by tuffnut
    Just curious, on average what do you lose each week?

    Depends on how hard you workout.. what you eat. You shock your system the first week and some. You could easily lose 10-12lbs in that time frame. It'll mostly be water weight tho. Realistically you're looking to lose between 1-2 lbs per week. You could lose more, but you don't want to lose too fast.

  3. Danceruk

    3-4lb per week
    depends on the individual, weight ...actvitity etc

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