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Hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar)
Hypoglycaemia is having too little glucose (sugar) in your blood. Find out what a ‘hypo’ feels like, and how to help someone with a low blood sugar.
Insulin and diabetes
Information about insulin and diabetes, storing insulin, taking insulin, and what to do if you run out of insulin or your insulin is out of date can be found on this page.
Stay safe while flying with diabetes
If you live with diabetes and travel by plane, forward preparation is crucial. Use these tips on meals, insulin and emergency planning so you arrive safely.
Metformin is a medicine that is commonly prescribed for managing type 2 diabetes. To get metformin, you need to have a prescription written for you by your doctor. Find out more about metformin on this page.
Disorientation is what you experience when you are confused about the time, where you are or even who you are. It is often a symptom of dementia.
Beta blockers are medicines used to treat some heart conditions. Learn about potential risks, benefits and how they work.
Confusion can be temporary, but sometimes it’s a permanent state caused by a medical condition. Here are things you can do to help ease symptoms.
Diabetic neuropathy is a type of nerve damage that affects people with diabetes. It can cause numbness but symptoms depend on which nerves are damaged.
There are many types of diabetes medicine including insulin, metformin and sulphonylureas. There's no one-size-fits-all medicine for diabetes.
Diabetes is a condition where your blood sugar levels become too high. Find out about the types of diabetes and the treatment options.