What are the most common problems in the insulin regimes of patients?
One of the most common problems seen in patients’ insulin regimens is the use of NPH or Lente, or other intermediate-acting insulins just before dinner. This leads to low sugars frequently in the middle of the night because that’s when that insulin starts to peak. People come in to clinics complaining of low sugars frequently at two, three, four o’clock in the morning. A change in routine, after consulting with your doctor, will certainly help alleviate this problem.
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