Lowering your blood sugar level if you have diabetes takes a low-sugar diet, exercise and doctor-prescribed medications. Keep blood sugar levels low and stay heart-healthy with health information from a practicing nurse in this free video on blood sugar.
If you're a diabetic there's certain things that you can do to help lower your blood sugar levels. I'm Dan Carlson, I'm a nurse. The main thing you've got to look at with being a diabetic is keeping exercise on a daily regimen, watch your diet, make sure that you're not eating foods that you know will spike your blood sugar. Also, it's important to take your medications on a regular basis, and read the instructions on those medications in case you forget to take your medication. Another thing to do is just watch your diet very closely for things that are high in carbohydrates and sugars. You're just going to want to stay away from high fructose diets. Insulins, diet, exercise and consulting your physician on blood sugars. Monitor your Accu-Checks on a regular basis and keep a journal of your Accu-Checks as that will show you where you're going wrong in your treatment. I'm Dan Carlson.