CGMs are consistently on and recording glucose levels—regardless of whether you’re showering, working, working out, or resting. Numerous CGMs have extraordinary highlights that work with data from your glucose readings:
An alert can sound when your glucose level goes excessively low or excessively high.
You can take note of your dinners, active work, and drugs in a CGM device, as well, close by your glucose levels.
You can download information to a computer or smart device to all the more effectively observe your glucose patterns.
A few models can send data immediately to a second individual’s cell phone—maybe a parent, partner, or caregiver. For instance, if a kid’s glucose drops dangerously low for the time being, the CGM could be set to wake a parent in the next room.
Right now, one CGM model is approved for treatment choices that implies you can make changes to your diabetes care plan dependent on CGM results alone. With different models, you should initially confirm a CGM reading with a finger-stick blood glucose test before you take insulin or treat hypoglycemia.