Generally since diabetes is referenced by an above normal presence of blood sugar (200 mg/dl or more-random plasma Glucose test or 126 mg/dl or more- fasting plasma glucose test), it is the aim of diabetes treatment to ensure that whether through medication, exercise, surgery, dietary adjustments, etc. or a combination of all these, blood sugar level is regularized and brought back to normal. However such treatment must make sure at the same time that the opposite doesn’t happen-that blood sugar does not fall to abnormally low levels (hypoglycemia).

Accordingly, the monitoring of blood sugar is also an essential aspect of diabetes treatment. The first thing to note therefore, assuming you are diagnosed with diabetes is that diabetes treatment equates to diabetes management. For now strictly speaking, whether for Type 1(especially for Type 1) or Type 2 (depending on your take on reversal), there is no cure.

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