Why would a diabetic on medication sleep too much?

Answer Diabetes is a serious disorder of the body's metabolism, often resulting in a variety of complications, such as excessive thirst and urination, abnormal weight loss and fatigue. Even when treated w... Read More »

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I am a diabetic, what can I do to help control my blood sugar because I would like to get off medication.?

My advice to you would be to set a goal of reducing your blood sugar level (average) instead setting the goal of getting of medication. This will happen if you lower your levels. Keep doing what yo... Read More »

Why can't I sleep I am on medication to help me sleep but just can't seem to sleep. I am scheduled to have?

Gosh another surgery Fish? You just have some anxiety about it. Understandable, but everything will be fine. here are some ways to help make sleep come a bit easier. I have to take Melatonin at nig... Read More »

Does sleep that's induced by medication still count as quality sleep?

Yes , it still counts as quality sleep once your sleeping pattern has changed for the better. What pills do is to establish a pattern and ease insomnia. Once a positive and adequate sleeping habit ... Read More »

Lizards and Diabetic Medication?

As improbable a connection as lizards and diabetes might seem, there is a tie. The injectable drug Byetta (exenatide) is a synthetic version of a chemical found in the saliva of the gila monster, ... Read More »