Diabetes is one of the most common metabolic abnormalities that environmental changes can affect the appearance or severity of symptoms and complications.
One of the changes that we are facing now is the beginning of the new cold season and the new school year. In this season of sleep and awakening, the level of activity and the prevalence of infectious and viral diseases changes. This can make it difficult for people with diabetes, especially children with type 1 diabetes, to control their blood glucose levels.
Therefore, knowing the necessary points for adjusting the dose and the insulin, the frequency of blood glucose control, as well as the changes in the daily routines during the cold season, is especially important for these people.