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Blood sugar and spring break: Travel tips

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Diabetes travel tips

Traveling for spring break is serious business, even when it’s for pleasure. Whether you’re hitting the sand or the slopes, preparation is key. This is something people with Type 1 diabetes understand. See below for tips, or visit this link.

Munch on the move to keep blood glucose levels from going too high or low. Pack extra snacks.

Prepare to be prepared with supplies. Don’t wait to pack.

Care to be cognizant by monitoring and checking your blood sugar levels regularly.

Avoid trouble with TSA by bringing a doctor’s note with you; although TSOs are available as passenger support specialists.

– Anna Bailey, The Houston 100

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