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Things to Know Before Undergoing Insulin Therapy


Diabetes is a medical condition characterized by alarming sugar levels in the body. When left untreated, Diabetes could lead to further complications that can be fatal, so this American Diabetes Month, get your sugars checked!

But what if you already have an existing Diabetic condition? What will you do?

Experts highly recommend Insulin Therapy to regulate the amount of glucose when your body cannot produce enough, or the body becomes resistant to insulin. As your home health aide in Cinnaminson, New Jersey, Neuron Health Systems would like to educate you about what you should know before undergoing Insulin Therapy.

  • Know your symptoms.

    You will be asked about your symptoms during the assessment, so have them listed down. Symptoms are primarily physical. Extreme thirst and frequent urination, weakness, nausea, and vomiting, among others, are only some of its physical manifestations.

  • Proper handling of insulin bottles or storage.

    We offer skilled nursing in New Jersey, which means we can administer the therapy in your homes. When not in use, make sure insulin bottles and storage are kept in cool and dry places to avoid elemental alterations.

  • Correct administration.

    Remember that insulin administered via injections should be injected underneath the fat, not muscles.

  • Meet with us.

    Our home care providers are at your service whenever you need our assistance. We can help you administer insulin and care for you after the therapy. We’ll be by your side while resting, so you won’t strain yourself.

We provide personalized care to address your unique needs and home care demands. Contact us to learn more about our home healthcare services!

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