Driving

Prone to hypoglycaemic episodes? That’s low blood sugar. Always check your blood glucose before driving. If it is lower than 90 mg/dL (5 mmol/L) have a snack, wait 30 minutes, then check again. If driving for longer than 2 hours, check blood glucose every two hours.

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Vidya Sury

Vidya Sury loves her work as a writer, editor and blogger. On really busy days her time off is restricted to playing with her dust bunnies and celebrating the little things. She loves coffee, people, cooking, books, writing, photography, travel and social media - and showing her diabetes who's boss.
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3 thoughts on “Driving

  1. I can always feel my blood sugar level dropping, usually when I forget to eat (but don’t worry there is enough of me to cope). Interesting post Vidya. Thank you.

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