Insulin injections in the wrong way.

I was diagnosed with type 2 Diabetes and put on Metformin on June 26th, 2019. I started some diabetes diet and followed it 100% for a few weeks and could not get my blood sugar to go below 140. Finally i began to panic and called my doctor, he told me to get used to it. He said I would be on metformin my whole life and eventually insulin. At that point i knew something wasn’t right and began to do a lot of research. Then I found a diabetes website http://www.wellhealthplans.com/diabetestreatmentvideo I read that article from end to end because everything the writer was saying made absolute sense. I started the diet that day and the next morning my blood sugar was down to 100 and now i have a fasting blood sugar between Mid 70’s and the 80’s. My doctor took me off the metformin after just three week of being on this lifestyle change. I have lost over 30 pounds and 6+ inches around my waist in a month. The truth is we can get off the drugs and help myself by trying natural methods

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The results of the survey showed that the insulin injection in our diabetic patients is not optimistic, and patients have the following problems when injecting.

Choosing to inject at the site where the pain is less severe

This method is not necessarily wrong, but it has some safety concerns. The best site for insulin injection is the abdomen, followed by that square area on the outside of the thigh. Patients who choose the injection site based on pain alone are likely to experience hypoglycemia due to rapid insulin absorption, poor blood sugar control due to impaired insulin absorption, or bleeding due to punctured blood vessels under the skin.

Injecting too frequently at the same site

This can lead to the growth of subcutaneous fat, nodules and lumps at the injection site. If the patient is still injecting at this site, the rate of insulin absorption will be altered by the nodules and lumps, thus affecting the stability of blood glucose. When injecting insulin, a few more safe injection sites should be rotated to allow adequate recovery time for the injection site.

Failure to check the injection site at each follow-up visit

Some patients may think that they rotate their injection sites so often that they don’t take this matter seriously, which is very wrong. Sometimes it is difficult for patients to find small lumps or nodules on their own, and it is important to seek professional help from a physician to prevent them from becoming a problem so that good control can be achieved.

No skin pinching during abdominal injections

Even though some patients have thicker abdominal fat, the procedure of skin pinching should still not be abandoned. Otherwise, there is a risk of insulin being injected into the muscle, resulting in hypoglycemia due to rapid insulin absorption, which can be life-threatening.

I was diagnosed with type 2 Diabetes and put on Metformin on June 26th, 2019. I started some diabetes diet and followed it 100% for a few weeks and could not get my blood sugar to go below 140. Finally i began to panic and called my doctor, he told me to get used to it. He said I would be on metformin my whole life and eventually insulin. At that point i knew something wasn’t right and began to do a lot of research. Then I found a diabetes website http://www.wellhealthplans.com/diabetestreatmentvideo I read that article from end to end because everything the writer was saying made absolute sense. I started the diet that day and the next morning my blood sugar was down to 100 and now i have a fasting blood sugar between Mid 70’s and the 80’s. My doctor took me off the metformin after just three week of being on this lifestyle change. I have lost over 30 pounds and 6+ inches around my waist in a month. The truth is we can get off the drugs and help myself by trying natural methods

Click Here to Watch the Diabetes Treatment Video

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