2) type 2 you can fix
3) both don’t produce the right kind/ any insulin
2) Nerves: if blood glucose levels stay high for a while, the blood vessels feed the nerves can become damaged.
long term: retinopathy
2) Her eye complications- eyes being cloudy (cataracts), blood vessels in both eyes were swollen (glaucoma), and the abnormal blood vessels that were on her left retina (retinopathy).
increased urination at night
Rapid Heart Rate
Sweaty, Cold, Clammy Skin
Pale grey Skin
– change in diet
– manage blood sugar by monitoring
– count carbs
– more time w/ doctor
– mood swings
– pain inflicted on oneself
If type 1, not enough insulin.
If type 2, enough insulin, but not as effective
ate more o/ exercised less than planned.
stress from an illness, such as a cold or flu.
High blood glucose
High levels of sugar in the urine
hypoglycemia – too low blood sugar
Nervousness or anxiety
Sweating, chills and clamminess
Irritability or impatience
Confusion, including delirium
Lightheadedness or dizziness
Hunger and nausea
Tingling or numbness in the lips or tongue
Weakness or fatigue
Anger, stubbornness, or sadness
Lack of coordination
Nightmares or crying out during sleep
Eat something sweet to balance.
Type 2 – lifestyle changes *exercise, counting carbs*, oral meds
(insulin may become necessary over time)
Hypoglycemia o/ hyperglycemia can occur
*fail to treat ketoacidosis*
minimize long term consequences
Tells you when to take insulin
To feel happier
Type 2 – not enough insulin or the body is insulin resistant, high blood pressure, PAD
Long term – neurosis, nephropathy, necrosis, gangrene, amputation