14. Invest in Oral Medications
In certain severe cases, when a healthy diet and regular exercising doesn’t aid in normalising your blood sugar levels, consult your doctor to prescribe some oral medications.
There are several kinds of pills available in the market that aid diabetic patients in managing their symptoms, and usually these pills are combined.
Most of these pills tend to aid by aiding your pancreas in generating more insulin. While there are certain pills that aid your body in using insulin effectively, or prevent the digestion of starches, along with slowing down the breakdown of insulin.
15. Insulin: It’s Not Just for Type 1
Your doctor may prescribe insulin early in your treatment and combine it with pills. It can also help people with type 2 diabetes who develop “beta-cell failure.”
This means the cells in your pancreas no longer make insulin when blood sugar is high. If this happens, insulin will become part of your daily routine.
16. New Non-Insulin Injectables
New drugs called non-insulin injectables are available for people with type 2 diabetes. These medications cause your body to make insulin to control blood sugar levels.