AI Calculator To Check Calorie Burn From Exercise & Food
Most people with diabetes already have their own daily routines. Some don’t need any help at all — some need reminders and prompts. But if you’re a new caregiver or family member, these are good things for you to know.
She is in charge of keeping her blood sugar levels healthy. She might already be keeping a daily record of her blood glucose readings, medicine schedule, exercise, meals, and how she feels. She might be working with her doctor to look for patterns from month to month and let her doctor know about them.
When she wants to exercise, note that she should wait an hour or so after eating, when blood sugar is likely higher. It’s always a good idea to pack glucose tablets or a carbohydrate snack, plenty of water, and a diabetes ID tag or card when she exercises away from home. She should also check her blood glucose before, during, and after exercise.
Stress can affect her blood sugar. Some daily activities that might help her ease stress: walking, deep breathing exercises, gardening, meditation, listening to music, or working on a hobby.
If she has problems being able to do any of these things herself — from monitoring blood sugar to taking medications — you might be able to help.