What is Real! V

When blood sugar is too low a person with diabetes will have distorted perceptions and feelings. In this blog I will show ways to prevent these distortions from happening or managing them, so less or no personal damage occurs. I was walking across campus at Frostburg State University in Frostburg, Maryland, back in 1991. It…… Continue reading What is Real! V

What is Real! III

Memory is a tricky thing for a person or child living with diabetes because shifting blood sugar levels that interfere with how we view the world. Out of control blood sugars may cause a person living with diabetes to have distorted perceptions. There are several ways to reduce these distortions from happening, so less personal…… Continue reading What is Real! III

What is Real! II

“A month-long reality check into how out of control blood sugar impacts our perceptions of the world.” Memory is a tricky thing for a person with diabetes because high, low and shifting blood sugar levels interfere with not just memory but how we view the world. When blood sugar is high or conversely too low,…… Continue reading What is Real! II

What is Real!

“A month-long reality check into how out of control blood sugar impacts our perceptions of the world.” Memory is a tricky thing for a diabetic child because high, low and shifting blood sugar levels interfere with memory. When blood sugar is high or conversely too low, a child will have a hard time recalling, retaining…… Continue reading What is Real!