If you have a sore throat, you may wonder whether you have a passing irritation or whether it is something more.
Living with diabetes the healthy way.
Take steps to stay healthy with these 3 helpful tips, and choose the right remedy for you during cold and flu season.
Your blood glucose levels may rise when your immune system is down.1 In addition to monitoring your blood glucose levels, keep your hands washed, bring hand sanitizer wherever you go, and avoid touching your face.
Food & Hydration.
Maintain your regular meal plan as much as possible. If you don’t have an appetite, talk to your doctor about creating a sick-day meal plan. Drink plenty of fluids. Liquids help to flush out the infection and also help to lower your increased blood glucose levels. 2
BENYLIN® Cough & Chest Congestion for People with Diabetes.
This sugar-free remedy is just as effective as BENYLIN® Extra Strength Cough and Chest Congestion Syrup; and it contains a decongestant suitable for diabetes*.
Sugar-free is a great choice!
* To be sure this product is right for you always read and follow the label.
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