The Holy Ramadan month coming soon. I pray to God Almighty, that it’s going to bring Peace, Prosperity, Unity and Dignity for whole Muslims. So today i want to describe my reader regarding some important advice for fasting diabetes patients during this month. Hope Diabetes Patients will follow these instructions to Avoid the risk of major problems.
If necessary, regulating or controlling blood sugar levels, drink before meals, during breaks and before dawn. If insulin is necessary, consult a physician. That way, insulin administration can be arranged appropriately. If suddenly blood sugar levels begin to decline, stop your fasting. The symptoms are limp and trembling, dizziness, palpitations, and cold sweat. Immediately drinking sugar water and consumption of foods high in carbohydrates, such as dates.
Not Recommended for Fasting:
- Diabetics with high or unstable levels of sugar.
- Diabetics with complications of the heart, kidneys and liver (due to lack of fluids can further compromise the work of these important organs).
- Diabetics who get insulin injections twice daily or more Diabetics with a history of ketoacidosis.
- Patients with type 2 Diabetes, who are pregnant.
- Patients with type 2 Diabetes, who s having an infection.
- Type 2 Diabetes patients with older age with consciousness problems
- Patients with type 2 Diabetes, who have two / more episodes of hypoglycemia during Ramadan fasting.