Yes, try a employer group plan or Mr. Mip. Some carriers will offer individual coverage to an insulin dependent Type 2 diabetic. The rules are fairly stringent and it will generally be at a higher rate but it is not always an automatic decline. Talk to a local agent who specializes in health care. Type 2 diabetics are not insulin dependant. If you happen to be over 65 years of age and on Medicare, you are covered. Type 2 Diabetes initially is not insulin dependent but the medications used soon become ineffective and the patient must resort to using insulin. I have been a type 2 diabetic for 20 years and take 3 different types of insulin which controls my blood glucose very well.
The insulin will stimulate the formation of glycogen, which will lower your blood sugar
If the diabetic takes a proper amount of insulin for the cheerios, or it is easily incorporated into their diet plan, then yes.
Visitors Insurance is usually an insurance that one takes out when visiting a country other than one's home country., This insurance will cover medical costs in the case of an emergency and there are a number of different plans to choose from.
The blood glucose level will go down and the person may die after going in hypoglycemic coma or get brain damage.
An Insurance Underwriter takes into consideration all the different aspects of the details provided by the applicant to ensure that the Insurance Cover available is suitable for the applicant's needs and circumstances.
You have to find a provider that will test and treat for ADHD that takes medicaid as insurance. But yes, medicaid will cover it.
The answer should be yes to both parts of the question. You should notify them.
Yes, and it can be fatal if you don't care for it the right way. But it is manageable. As long as someone with diabetes type 1 checks their sugar, eats the right way, and takes their insulin, they'll be fine. [I'm a type 1 diabetic]
yes ,but homeowner has insurance that should cover that depending on insurance policy.what is covered
It takes sugar in the blood into muscle to be burned as energy.
If a diabetic follows a medically recommended diet exactly, without cheating, and takes prescribed medication (which would be metformin or insulin) as scheduled, and avoids certain other types of risks (do not get a sunburn) then the diabetes should have very little effect, it will be controlled.
Cooking for a diabetic takes some knowledge about the disease. For example, diabetic chicken recipes are nothing like a regular recipe. You have to pay close attention to the carbohydrate and sugar content of every ingredient.
No, it is the correct thing to do and it takes character and love to buy insurance. It is not wrong to have life insurance. In fact, it is a loving way to provide financial protection for your family, even after you have died. It is advisable to have a life insurance especially if you have dependents and debts to cover. A life insurance policy could make a significant difference in the life of your family.
Immediately! Most insurance companies will extend liability from your existing policy, but most won't cover any damage to that new car of yours. Get insurance before you drive off the lot, most times it just takes a phone call to your insurance agent.
It takes affect too fast and causes hypoglycemia.
Well the hormone insulin takes glucose from the blood and shares it with other organs needing it. If Insulin isnt produced than this process isnt occuring which makes your blood have higher glucose levels, the insulin isnt doing its job.
Diabetes affects the way your body processes sugars to form energy. In a normal healthy person our body releases its own insulin to convert the sugars into a usable form. A diabetic person measures their blood sugar and takes the required amount of insulin to use those sugars (foods) eaten. The problem lies in an athlete uses different amounts of energy at different times, especially football! Thus it is VERY difficult to determine the amount of insulin needed so an athlete can perform.
the body takes up more glucose
There is no time set by law. The process takes as long as the insurance company says it takes.
Your body uses the sugars in food as fuel. When healthy, the body produces just enough insulin to digest the food you are eating, maintaining the proper blood sugar level to provide fuel for the cells in your body.In diabetes, your body no longer produces enough insulin, or is unable to make use of the insulin you have. Many times, diabetes can be treated with oral medication that make it easier for the body to use the insulin. But if you simply do not have enough, then you will need insulin injections. The injected insulin needs to be in balance with the sugar in your blood.If you inject too much insulin, or if it is injected improperly, then the new insulin can digest ALL of the sugar in the bloodstream too rapidly, using up all your fuel. Just like a car, when you run out of fuel, you stop. Insulin shock, when there is too much insulin and not enough sugar, can cause dizziness, fainting, coma, and even death.If you think you have had too much insulin and are running out of fuel, add more fuel in the form of sugar. One of the best fuels is orange juice, so diabetics who are insulin dependent ought to have some orange juice handy at all times.If someone faints and the cause may be insulin shock, call an ambulance immediately, or get the person to a hospital.
Chiropractic treatments are covered by insurances, but it takes a little bit of work to get them covered depending on which insurance carrier a person has. HMO's (Healthcare Management Organizations) cover chiropractors on their approved list, and PPO's will cover anyone.
Yes, Virgin car insurance is available for any car. The company will compare prices and cover for your particular vehicle and give you the cheapest quote available. This is done over the phone and takes about two minutes.
Being diabetic has little or no effect on what happens. You may or may not get an erection. Viagra give you the opportunity to have an erection, it does not cause you to have one. You still have to be stimulated to get one.
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