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Insulin Reaction (cont.)

Insulin Reaction Prevention

People with diabetes need to be vigilant to maintain their blood sugar levels within the normal range. Diet, exercise, and proper insulin dosing need to be continually monitored to prevent hypoglycemia and insulin reactions.

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Somogyi Phenomenon »

In the 1930s, Somogyi speculated that hypoglycemia induced by insulin could cause a counter-regulatory hormone response that produces hyperglycemia.

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