when blood sugar is low, the pancreas releases glucagon, signaling the liver to release stored glucose, raising blood sugar levels.

Insulin, a hormone, enables glucose from the blood to enter cells, providing the energy they need to function.

insulin lowers blood sugar levels by promoting glucose uptake.

The pancreas produces insulin, a hormone crucial for regulating blood sugar levels

In diabetes, there's a problem with either not enough insulin being produced or the body's tissues not responding well to it.

Consult your doctor or pharmacist for more information and guidance on managing potential side effects

Introduces the main categories of insulin (rapid, short, intermediate, long-acting) with a focus on simplicity.

Manage diabetes with insulin through injections (pens or syringes) or pumps. Injections target fatty tissue, while pumps provide continuous insulin with customization options

Lifestyle changes like a healthy diet and exercise, combined with insulin therapy, work together to control blood sugar levels and enhance overall well-being.

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