The Truth About Insulin
Friday, May 22, 2015
Did you know that insulin is one of the most effective agents recommended by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) for the treatment of Type II Diabetes? Oftentimes, insulin is only considered after oral medications have been found ineffective. However, numerous studies have shown that early intervention with insulin is much more important than previously believed. Insulin is extremely effective in controlling severe high blood sugar levels, but is often bypassed by patients who are reluctant or apprehensive to give self injections.
Insulin therapy should no longer be seen as a difficult, painful, or scary medical treatment for Type II Diabetes. With the accessibility of insulin pens, injections are now convenient, accurate, and virtually painless. If you are a patient with uncontrolled diabetes, do not exclude insulin therapy so quickly. Keep in mind that Type II Diabetes is a progressive disease, and successful treatment is essential for the maintenance of your good health.
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