29 October 2020 Online
Hypoglycaemia is also known as a hypo. Adults living with type 2 diabetes may experience a hypo when blood glucose levels become too low.
Do you know if you are at risk of hypoglycaemia? Taking insulin or a sulphonylurea type medication does increase your risk of a hypo. This event will answer your concerns about hypoglycaemia, how to recognise it and;
- What to do if you are having a hypo?
- How a hypo affects your ability to drive a vehicle?
- What you need to tell family and friends?
- Why is it recommended that hypos should be avoided?
This live webinar is available exclusively to Live Your Life Community Members of Diabetes NSW & ACT. Find out about membership here.
Places are limited, register today!
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