People with diabetes reported identifying and treating “low” and “hypo” at relatively high blood glucose levels, and that symptoms of hypoglycemia changed over time, according to survey results.

“Compared to published hypoglycemia categories, people living with diabetes who responded to our survey reported they treat, feel and worry about hypoglycemia at higher levels, and they don’t use the same terminology to describe or talk about hypoglycemia,” Jane K. Dickinson, RN, PhD, CDCES, program director and lecturer at Teachers College Columbia University, told Healio.

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