Managing Diabetes Complications
As you may already know, controlling your blood glucose is important for avoiding hypoglycemia (low blood glucose) and hyperglycemia (high blood glucose).
By keeping your blood glucose in your target range, you may delay or prevent long-term complications. Hyperglycemia can damage many parts of your body, including your eyes, heart, kidneys and feet. The good news is that you, with support from members of your healthcare team, may be able to lessen or even prevent the impact of diabetes complications.
The video below has some advice to help prevent diabetes complications with some easy tips to remember. Follow these tips to stay healthy and help prevent diabetes complications.