Whether someone is living with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, it’s crucial that they keep their blood sugar in check at all times. It’s also crucial that a person living with diabetes is prepared and remembers the following safety tips:

  1. Keep blood sugar in check – This may seem obvious, but this should be the primary goal of someone living with diabetes. Almost all complications with diabetes arise because a person’s blood sugar either become too high or too low.
  2. Keep medicine with you at all times – It’s important that people with diabetes keep their medicine with them as unexpected circumstances often arise.
  3. Inform others – A person living with diabetes should make sure that they inform their loved ones and emergency contacts of their medical situation and information regarding their medications. The type of medication and dose are important for them to know should they need to help the person with diabetes.
  4. Make it easy for first responders – Whether a person is in a diabetes related incident or become injured or ill due to other circumstances, it’s important that first responders are able to quickly determine that a person has diabetes and which medications they take.

As you can see from reading the above tips that information is the key to keeping a person with diabetes safe. This is why Vivo Alert is a great tool for people with diabetes. Vivo Alert provides information to emergency contacts and emergency responders very quickly so that they can provide the best help possible when needed.