All Resources tagged with "Hypoglycaemia (low glucose)"
This video gives advice and recommendations for people with type 2 diabetes on how to have a healthier lifestyle.
For some people, drinking alcohol at home or in the pub is part of everyday life. And having diabetes shouldn’t get in the way of this unless this has been advised on medical grounds, However, it does have an impact on your body and in turn your diabetes control.
People with diabetes are encouraged to exercise regularly for better blood glucose control and to reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Additional benefits of exercise include a healthier heart, better weight control and stress management.
The Qur'an requires Muslims to fast during the month of Ramadan from sunrise to sunset. However, there are exceptions to this. One of them is that people who are ill or have medical conditions do not have to fast. This includes people with diabetes. This information in this film will help you reduce…
In this video you will learn about foot risk assessments which you should receive annually, and how you can look after your feet every day.
Flash glucose monitors are a way of measuring your sugar levels without having to prick your fingers. It is a small sensor that you wear just under your skin and records your glucose (sugar) levels continuously throughout the day and night.
This video provides a comprehensive guide to making the change from pills to insulin. The video has been broken into bite sized chunks to make it easier to view.
Dr Debbie Wake discusses dietary recommendations in practical food terms for weight management in people with type 2 diabetes.
This video gives advice for people with type 2 diabetes when they are travelling.
A low blood sugar, also called hypoglycaemia or a "hypo" is where the level of sugar (glucose) in your blood drops too low. In this video, healthcare professionals describe what hypoglycaemia is; how it is treated and what can cause it. You will also hear from people with diabetes describe their own…
This video shows you how to monitor your type 2 diabetes by testing your urine and blood sugar levels. It also gives information on the causes and symptoms of hypoglycaemia and how to treat a 'hypo'.