Diabetes represents a serious and urgent challenge for the NHS, and, given, the scale of the epidemic, diabetes complications are considered to be a pressing issue in their own right.
Hypoglycaemia or a hypo is one of the most common diabetes complications in those treated with sulphonylureas or insulin and is associated with reduced quality of life for the patient and a signficant financial burden on our health system. However, hypoglycaemia remains under-recognised and under reported by patients.
Hypo Hub provides information, resources and practical guidance on how to help your patients manage their hypoglycaemia.
UK/WB/0516/0020(1) September 2016
Awareness campaign and information on day and night-time hypoglycaemia
Watch the Below the Surface films to learn more about the varying symptoms of hypos
Download the Hypo Journal and find out where to access more information on hypos
For information on the barriers to talking about hypoglycaemia
Information about the impact of hypoglycaemia