Ryan Reed is not your average 20-year old – in addition to being a NASCAR driver, Ryan is one of two national racecar drivers with type 1 diabetes. If you’re a Person With Diabetes, or you know someone living with diabetes, and said PWD is staying active, achieving athletic goals, I have a gold(colored) medal to award them. I just have one more for you; Tommy Neal. G.; Chetlin, R. “We all have an inner dialogue that’s a lot more destructive than we think,” said Arzon, now 32. The release of adrenaline and other hormones that are required for athletic performance may actually raise blood sugar in the short-term. There, she talks about the things that make her unique (testing, traveling, and training… duh), and how living with Type 1 diabetes for over twenty years is a part of that.
I thought I was different and actually didn’t need insulin or to check my blood glucose. As you may guess, wearing this pump would be difficult to participate in sports with any success. The