Finally day 1 of the Tresiba insulin game! Tresiba plus fasting is the focus right now. I really wanna talk about how people think Basal insulin last 24 hours (said by the manufacturers) in tomorrow’s upload of the #diabetesdailyhustle
!! Stay tuned my friends! #tresiba #insulindependent
P.S. another person who is also starting a new journey with Tresiba is the one and only WHITNEY! @happypancreas
watch her IG stories on her process with new Basal insulin!
I had just turned 13... I was diagnosed the first day of summer break after 7th grade. What about you?
Dex change 🎉 this sensor has been on for about 2-3 weeks (i forget 😂) but the numbers were a little off so I decided to change it. Happy Saturday! 😊
Happy Saturday 😩 I hate waking up with this number. Something happened throughout the night to my site because when I got up, it was hurting. And I felt the high sugar. It wasn’t even a new site, so that’s a plus. I was ready to change it anyway, so take that diabetes 🤪
Trying an Enlite on my leg for the first time 💕 It's my fourth sensor and even though it was a bleeder it's super accurate so far. To achieve the best possible #medtronicaccuracy
I follow the steps from Leah's @the.insulin.type
blog post on calibrations. Go check it out! If you're struggling with inaccurate Enlite sensors, it might be a calibration error. 😇 When removing my old sensor, the transmitter was sticky and dirty from the tape (I use the tape that comes with the sensors), and I had a really hard time cleaning it. Any pro tips?? 💕 Have a lovely, sunny weekend, diabuddies! Life's great! ☀🌻 #dontdot1dalone #diabetescommunity
Três principais coisas sobre o diabetes que você tem que ter em mente para um bom controle:
1 - Glicose:
Estabeleça uma faixa alvo de glicose com seu médico, bem como seus valores de hipo e hiperglicemia.
Verifique sua glicose do sangue com frequência.
Se você está tendo um hiper, use uma insulina de açaõ rápida ou ultra rápida para corrigi-la.
Se você está em uma hipoglicemia, tenha um doce!
2 - Carboidratos:
Você vai comer? Tente contar quantos carboidratos você está ingerindo. Isso ajuda você a saber o número correto de unidades de insulina que você precisa.
Antes de uma refeição principal, verifique sua glicose. Às vezes você precisa injetar uma bolus combinada com uma correção de hiperglicemia.
Tente misturar carboidratos com algumas fibras para que a absorção de carboidratos seja mais lenta, evitando picos.
3 - Insulina:
Defina com seu médico quanta insulina você precisa para corrigir hipers, e para cada porção de carboidratos de suas refeições.
Por exemplo, algumas pessoas usam uma unidade de insulina rápida para cada 15g de carboidratos ingeridos, mas isso varia de pessoa pra pessoa.
Lembre-se: Um diabético não precisa ter uma dieta diferente das outras pessoas. Um diabético precisa ter uma dieta que todo mundo também deveria ter, mas não tem!
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The main three thing about diabetes you have to have in mind while keeping it cool:
1 - Glucose:
Establish a target range of glucose with your doctor, as well your hypo and hyper numbers.
Check your blood glucose.
If you’re having a hyper, you should use insulin to correct it.
If you’re in a hypo, have a candy!
2 - Carbohydrates:
Your’re gonna eat? Try counting how much of carbs your’re having. It helps you to know the right number of units of insulin you need.
Before a main meal, check your glucose. Sometimes you need to inject a bolus combined with a hyperglycemia correction.
Try mixing carbs with some fiber so that the absorption of carbs will be prolonged avoiding picks.
3 - Insulin:
Define with your doctor how much insulin you need for correcting hypers, and for each portion of carbs of your meals.
For example, some people use a unit of rapid insulin for each 15g of carbs but it varies for each person.
REMEMBER: A diabetic shouldn’t have a diet different from everybody else. A diabetic should have a diet that everybody else should have but doesn’t.
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It’s been an interesting week 😅
☀️ Check out my not so perfect poppy cheesecake...sadly it fell apart while I tried to lift to a plate. Shouldn't have just moved my hand to do that.
The best things about that cake is that one slice is less than half a BE (1 BE= 12g of carbs) which means that I don't even need to inject any insulin if I'm just having one slice for tea. ☀️ tadaaah, mein gesunder Mohnkäsekuchen! Ein Stück hat weniger als eine halbe BE. Dann kann man gerne auch Mal mehr essen oder auch Mal auf Insulin verzichten, wenn man nur ein Stück isst.
Habt ein schönes Wochenende und geniesst das Wetter!
When you miss your holidays so have to go have brekkie at your local vegan cafe 🙌🏻🥑
Wake up and be proactive.
Quick insulin shot and I will eat this all🤤
Just enjoy it. Events like this are a rarity. I’m honoured to be a part of the London Marathon and to be a part of something this amazing. There’s no other event like it.
Sure I’m nervous...but bring it on. 🏃🏻♂️
That glamorous diabetic life!💁😂 A low of 3.1 on the walk resulted in a parking lot glucose check and eating glucose tablets at the playground. I don't post about my diabetes daily, but it exists every moment of every day and night and this is just part of how it goes. ⬆⬇
I, Nicole, feel lucky to have always been quite confident. At a young age, my parents taught me about self-love, and I never really felt insecure. Today, when I wear my pump, I wear it with pride, regardless if others can see it.
At the gym, I obviously wear tighter clothing, and usually my pump peeks out at some point, whether it’s on my hip, stomach, or calf. This past week I was at the gym. A lady pointed at my leg and asks, “What’s wrong with your leg?” I nicely said, “Nothing. I’m type 1 diabetic and it is my insulin pump. It’s how I receive insulin.” I didn’t think too much about this exchange until about 5 minutes later. What’s wrong? What’s wrong with you lady?
I began thinking about younger people, or newly diagnosed T1Ders, how would they feel if asked what’s wrong. I understand it’s not malicious, but reminds me of how clueless this world is about this disease which consumes so many of us every single day. My 2 cents for the day! Keep killing it T1Ders. Keep on keeping on. #diabetes #type1diabetes
💕 Cultivate kindness ✨ ⠀
Being kind is not always easy - but it is important to be kind not only to others, but to yourself as well. ⠀
With Type 1 Diabetes it can be really hard to be nice to ourselves. In a disease where we are trying to be our body’s pancreas, there are a lot of ups and downs. We blame ourselves for little mistakes, wonder why we can’t be better, why we can’t get our A1C down. We beat ourselves up for not having a straight line on our CGMs, we feel guilty when we miss things even though we really are sick. Parents who are the caregivers to their Type 1 kids is no different - they wonder if they did something to cause this disease, they cry over high or low BGs and they lose sleep overnight while just trying to keep their kid alive. ⠀
Remember to take some time to be nice to yourself. We don’t have to be perfect all the time, this disease is just too unpredictable and we can’t beat ourselves up for tiny mistakes. We’re just doing the best we can and that is what matters. ⠀
Take a moment this weekend to be kind to yourself, remind yourself you’re doing a great job, and that you’re a total badass. 💪🏼📟💉📈📉🌟 #livebeyond #type1diabetes
GUYSSSS i posted about this on my story sometime in the past couple of months...and...I finally did it!! Liking it so far!!
the insertion was tricky; had to get my roommate to take off the safety lock and then the plunger.
i had a compression low last night but i think most of us get those if its on our arms as well.
so far its been pretty accurate but its been calibrated for less than 12 hours so we shall see how it goes 😍
Mexican pre-bolus on a Friday night 🌮💃🏼💉