Hypos, Lifebuoys and HARPdoc

When I look back, there’s one vivid moment in 2016 when a thousand pennies dropped with a massive thud. I was watching a presentation about research into restoring hypo awareness.  The slides made me reel as I heard someone describing me and my behaviour in minute detail.  I imeddiately recognised I had a long standing job to tackle.

I left the auditorium in a daze realising that my difficulties with severe hypos over many decades may not be solely the result of my inept type 1 management, they could also be a problem related to my way of thinking and to many years of soldiering on with diabetes.  Continue reading Hypos, Lifebuoys and HARPdoc