Insulin Resistance Treatment: The Best Way to Help You Avoid Diabetes

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Insulin Resistance Treatment: The Best Way to Help You Avoid Diabetes


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People with diabetes need to take insulin as their bodies don't produce enough of it naturally. One of the most common ways to do this is to inject with an insulin pen. There are two types of pens which you can do this with: disposable pens, which come with the insulin pre-filled, and reusable pens which contain cartridges with insulin in them which you replace once they have run out. There is one key factor that you should remember when using these pens: each pen is not the same so it is of the utmost importance to read the instructions that comes with the pen and how the doctor tells you to use it.

When you first get a pen, your doctor will help show you what to do with it and also the areas where you can inject yourself (usually your stomach or upper thigh). Generally, you have to remove the cap from the pen, check that the insulin looks ok, then clean the area around where you will be injecting into, attach the needle head by screwing onto the pen and removing both caps, you then have to prime the pen and turn the dial to the correct dosage (your doctor will tell you this) and then inject yourself. Once you have injected yourself you need to remove the needle and replace the caps and safely dispose of the used needle.

If you need to inject insulin more than three times a day you will need to be thinking about rotating the sites where you will be injecting as injecting in the same place can lead to hard lumps and extra fat deposits. Those can be unsightly but can also lead to complications - they can change the way insulin is absorbed into your body which will make it more difficult to keep your blood sugar level on target.

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