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ANALYSIS OF MY BLOOD SUGAR LEVELS: FROM LIVED EXPERIENCE TO A TYPE 2 DIABETES MANAGEMENT HINTS
This article presents the researcher’s experience in managing his blood sugar levels for a period of four yearssince he was diagnosed with Type 2 (adult-onset) diabetes with a glucose measurement level of 24mmol/L on 18September 2018 at Health Gate Pharmacy in Mutare, Zimbabwe. A person with diabetes needs to monitor andcontrol his/her blood sugar level by regularly testing blood sugar levels, analysing the data, and interpreting theresults. The literature reveals that before meals, the blood sugar level for adults should be from 5.0mmol/L to7.2mmol/L. Two hours after meals, the blood sugar level should be less than 10mmol/L. At bedtime, the normalblood sugar level should be between 5.0mmol/L and 8.3mmol/L. The researcher used the SD Code Free BloodSugar Monitoring System to record blood sugar levels for 50 randomly selected days from 23 October 2020 to 31August 2022 at 8 am before taking meals. The average blood sugar level was 6.0mmol/L with minimum andmaximum blood sugar levels of 4.6mmol/L and 7.0mmol/L respectively. The results indicate that the blood sugarlevel was stable during the examined period. All blood sugar level data points except one were between5.0mmol/L and 7.2mmol/L. A level of self-control is important to monitor and prevent Type 2 diabetes in adults.The researcher’s experience shows that a person with Type 2 diabetes can monitor and control it to completeremission. The study used the experience to develop Type 2 diabetes monitoring hints that could help others tomonitor and control the ailment.[Full Text Article] [Download Certificate]