Control Of My High Level Sugar

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vijaya Says:


Recently my fasting sugar count goes very high (200-220) I suffer from RLS (Rest less legs Syndrome) Dr. has increased my insulin to 36 units in the morning 40 units at night
and also added Glycomet -500 S.R. need your views if this is on right track. Also do they have any pedometers to help above 75 years patient to help keep daily tag on calories consumed on walk and food in take to keep check and motivate to improve overall. we have only to count steps and sugar burnt not of much use of me with less on walking please help



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Verwon Says:

There is no age level on pedometers, you can use any one you like to keep track of your activity throughout the day, to set your goals and try to beat them by setting new ones. Which one you purchase really depends on what you can afford, there are basic ones that can just help you keep track of your daily activity, as well as advanced ones that are more expensive and can also cover your calorie intake, calories burned, and etc. I love my Apple Watch, it suits my needs perfectly, but it is rather expensive and has a ton of features that not everyone may need.

As to your sugar level, what types of foods do you eat? If you eat a lot of sweet foods, or a lot of fatty foods, both can cause elevated sugar levels, according to the NIH. Even seeming healthy foods, such as fruits, usually contain a lot of sugar that can cause your levels to go up. Fats are also a problem, since they can coat your cells and prevent your body from using such sugars, as it should.



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