Then one morning, my mother (who’s a nurse) ran a lab and checked my blood glucose, and sure enough my sugars were elevated. Shortly after, they told me my blood sugars were high and I went straight to the hospital where I was diagnosed. After I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, I ultimately had to leave the military, but I’ve been able to stay connected to it through competitions such as the Invictus Games. The patient was evaluated by his team physician and referred to the local emergency department for acute-onset memory disturbance. I don’t think I really had a reaction. Only about 100 participants each year take part in the extreme challenge, during which temperatures can rise to 50 degrees Celsius. I was very lucky to be diagnosed while serving in the Army.
Recovery from each exercise session has been one of the biggest factors in allowing me to train from one day to the next, between one and three sessions per day. I am active, and exercise regularly. As