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CGM in Younger Adults Diabetics to Decrease A1c
Krishneil Prakash
Nursing, Samuel Merritt University
N601: Integrating Evidence into Practice
Lori Pietrowski
Feburary 21, 2021

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CGM IN YOUNGER ADULTS DIABETICS TO DECREASE A1C 2
Introduction
Patients with diabetes type 1 struggle with insulin levels and therefore end up having
complications. Young adults aged 25 to 35 years should have continuous monitoring of glucose,
which is utilized to compare the fingertips three times daily, leading to the decrease of a1c levels
in one year (Giani et al., 2017). Considerably, this paper's key purpose is to discuss how glucose
monitoring affects their a1c levels within a year.
Phenomenon of interest
Researching the effects of diabetes, especially Type 1 diabetes, in the lives of young
adults aged 25 to 35 years becomes an interesting topic in society, making it easy for people to
understand the things that should be observed for the achievement of the desired results (Hilliard
et al., 2019). The well being of society depends on how individuals are well taken care of and
how the health sector deals with the conditions that exist in the life of individuals in society.
Type 1 and type 2 diabetes affects individuals, but type 1 mostly affects young adults.
Concentrating on the young adults and finding a way to decrease the A1C levels provides an
opportunity for society to enjoy an easier lifestyle by having a quick recovery or control of the
things that may be affecting young adults. The availability of various things that might be used,
including the observation of the glucose levels, includes strategies such as controlling the food
and sleep and taking time to relax and reduce a lot of pressure. These activities support
controlling a1c levels and, therefore, reducing the chances of having difficult situations (Care,
2019). Considering the research carried out in the last few weeks, understanding the importance
of glucose levels support in controlling the intensity of the disease. Also, 30% of patients with
diabetes type 1 are the only patients who manage HBA1c (Miller et al., 2015). This indicates that

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1 CGM in Younger Adults Diabetics to Decrease A1c Krishneil Prakash Nursing, Samuel Merritt University N601: Integrating Evidence into Practice Lori Pietrowski Feburary 21, 2021 CGM IN YOUNGER ADULTS DIABETICS TO DECREASE A1C 2 Introduction Patients with diabetes type 1 struggle with insulin levels and therefore end up having complications. Young adults aged 25 to 35 years should have continuous monitoring of glucose, which is utilized to compare the fingertips three times daily, leading to the decrease of a1c levels in one year (Giani et al., 2017). Considerably, this paper's key purpose is to discuss how glucose monitoring affects their a1c levels within a year. Phenomenon of interest Researching the effects of diabetes, especially Type 1 diabetes, in the lives of young adults aged 25 to 35 years becomes an interesting topic in society, making it easy for people to understand the things that should be observed for the achievement of the desired results (Hilliard et al., 2019). The well being of society depends on how individuals are well taken care of and how the health sector deals with the conditions that exist in the life of individuals in society. Type 1 and type 2 diabetes affects individuals, but type 1 mostly affects young adults. Concentrating on the young adults and finding a way to decrease the A1C levels provides an opportunity for society to enjoy an easier lifestyle by having a quick recovery or control of the things that may be affecting young adults. Th ...
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