Type-2 diabetes is more likely to occur in those over the age of 65.
Blood sugar targets for adults over the age of 65 are less stringent than for those under the age of 65.
Blood sugar objectives are affected by various health issues and/or cognitive impairment.
Regular blood sugar monitoring is essential for diabetes management. A glucometer is a device that you use to check your blood sugar.
Blood sugar should be monitored before meals and before going to bed. Your doctor may advise you to check more frequently or less frequently.
Alzheimer's disease and other chronic conditions can make it difficult to stick to your diabetes treatment plan. Even if you've been doing it successfully for years, it can happen.
It's possible that the blood sugar-lowering medication you're taking will interact unfavourably with other medications or supplements you're taking.