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You learn little tricks like these when you’ve got a type 1 diabetic guru by your side. There are blood glucose test strips on the floor, on the couch and on your bed.

Sometimes they even end up on the dog’s bed because they get attached to his fur.

Does diabetes directly cause these aggression fits? In order to answer this question, this article will talk about how blood glucose level is closely related to self-control and aggression (often interchangeably known as will power). According to a recent scientific study on the link between low blood glucose level and relationship clashes (Bushman et al, 2014), being hungry makes an individual generally cranky and act more hostile to others.

And if you have a love one who suffers from diabetes, you may probably have witness them slipping into a state where they have flew off the handle and you simply cannot reason with them.

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After living with someone with type 1 diabetes, you learn their tells and immediately know how to help. It reminds me of the smell of hospitals (which no one really likes). Now, your diabetic friend can inject themselves with insulin and you won’t have to be reminded of your last emergency room visit.

Both type 1 and type 2 diabetics have to watch what they eat. However, it is also important for them to eat healthily.

Type 2 diabetics jump start their insulin levels by taking pills before they eat.

People with diabetes have to live differently than those who do not have the disease.

For type 1 diabetes, the pancreas does not produce insulin at all and insulin must be administered in the form of a shot.

For type 2 diabetes, the pancreas still produces insulin, but it just needs to be told when to start working.

So what kind of activities can wear out this “muscle”?

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