Diabetes and Pain

Pain causes the release of the stress hormone cortisol. Cortisol resists the action of insulin, and hence more insulin is needed than normal. This makes managing your diabetes more difficult than usual!

How does PredictBGL Help?

PredictBGL offers a 'Pain' factor that can be customised to magnify your dose by the amount you need. You can set the duration of the Pain factor in hours.

PredictBGL tracks insulin on board and prevents you doubling up.

PredictBGL predicts the outcome of pain, and allows you to try 'what-if' scenarios e.g what if I eat 15g before exercise, or 15g after exercise.

Related:

Apps for Carb Counting
Pain
Exercise
Diabetes and Exercise
Hypoglycaemia - Low Blood Sugar
Glucose Tablets for Diabetes
Long Term Complications of Diabetes
Hyperglycaemia - High Blood Sugar
Bolus Insulin
Basal Insulin
Diabetes Back to School Checklist
Managing Diabetes at School
High-GI Foods
Low-GI foods
Meal size
Starchy Carbs
Jelly Beans
Ketones
A1C/HbA1C - what is it?
ManageBGL in a Tele-Health/Telemedicine Environment
Blood Glucose Log Book
Points Report
Dead In Bed
Insulin Pump Accuracy
Blood Glucose Meters List
Insulin Pumps List
Pump Holiday
Continuous Glucose Monitoring System (CGMSs) List
DAFNE - Dose Adjustment For Normal Eating
Australian Standard Drinks - alcohol.pdf
Total Daily Dose (TDD)
Glucagon Rescue
Delay Eating
Diabetes Software and Downloads
Preventing Night Hypos - Overnight BGL Testing
Diabetic Eye Exams
Diabetic Blood Pressure
Diabetic Kidneys
Diabetic Thyroids
Nerve Damage - How does diabetes affect the nerves?
Books and Audio Resources
Substance (Drug) Abuse and Diabetes
Psychology resources
Diabetes and Alcohol
Diabetes and Stress
Diabetes and Sick Days
Diabetes and Adrenalin
Diabetes and Menstruation
Diabetes and High Impact Exercise
Diabetes and Lipohypertrophy
Diabetes and Gastroparesis
Diabetes and Glimepiride
Diabetes and Symlin

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