Diabetes Management Program
Regular monitoring allows you to understand how food, physical activity, and medications affect your glucose levels.
Introduction to PHM Diabetes Program
Keeping a close eye on your blood glucose levels is a key component in managing diabetes and maintaining optimal health. Regular monitoring allows you to understand how food, physical activity, and medications affect your glucose levels. It aids in preventing serious complications such as heart disease and kidney damage. Start tracking your glucose levels today for a healthier tomorrow.
Regular tracking allows for the timely adjustment of diet, physical activity, and medications to keep blood sugar levels within the target range set by healthcare providers.
Guiding Dietary Decisions
Tracking blood sugar response to specific foods can help individuals with diabetes make healthier dietary choices and understand how different foods affect their glucose levels.
By helping maintain glycemic control, tracking reduces the risk of long-term complications associated with diabetes, such as kidney disease, heart disease, neuropathy, and retinopathy.
Effectiveness of Treatment
Regular monitoring provides valuable data that can help healthcare providers assess the effectiveness of the current treatment plan and make necessary adjustments.
Identifying Hypo- or Hyperglycemia
Continuous monitoring can help identify dangerous lows (hypoglycemia) or highs (hyperglycemia) in blood sugar levels, allowing for immediate corrective action.
Regular tracking enables people with diabetes to take an active role in managing their health, enhancing their understanding of the disease and promoting better long-term outcomes.
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