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Diabetes and Drinking

About seven thousand calories can be produced per gram of alcohol, but only 50% can be used. Alcohol can cause fluctuations in blood glucose, severe hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) can occur when a large amount of alcohol is drunk on an empty stomach. Alcoholic intoxication often can mask the performance of low blood glucose. Therefore, it is not easy to find out whether there is an occurrence of hypoglycemia or in the drunken diabetes patients, which is very dangerous. In this regard, diabetes patients should follow the following recommendations:

See also:
item Regular Life
item 8 Myths and Misconceptions About Diabetes
item Drink 8 glasses of water every day
item Travel and Business Trips Tips for Diabetic
item Can Diabetics still go to work?
item How to deal with trauma by diabetics themselves?
item No Smoking and Limit Alcohol

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item Diabetic's dress item Personal hygiene

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