people who suffer diabetes type 1 They will know. Despite technological advances, this disease requires strict control of blood sugar levels. something that can get quite complicated during a concert. There’s been a lot of talk about this lately Bret Michaels, And this is he, the legendary singer of poison He is a type 1 diabetic since the age of six.
So, who better than Brett to explain how to cope with a concert for all the musicians suffering from the disease. The musician explained it very simply in an interview with 95.9 Nick Jakuz of the River,
,I am a type 1 diabetic since the age of six.… The best lesson that I got from my parents… Some things my father and mother said. They were like… ‘Look, these are the cards that were dealt to you. You don’t have to love them, but you have to accept them. Either you are going to suffer or you are going to be victorious; There is no middle ground. You’re going to choose that you can do it… and we’re going to find a way for you to play football, play baseball, ride a dirt bike, play music, travel…’. And that’s the mindset that helped me in music in the ’80s and ’90s and now.”Began to describe the artist.
,In Poison we were on tour all the time, and alone, it’s non-stop. What I’ve learned to do is… Here’s the truth… When they see I’m taking a break and someone is doing a solo… You have a minute and I’m out. when cc devil starts A guitar solo. It’s really my chance to kick back and check my blood sugar., Michaels revealed.
,And now with the technology, the continuous glucose monitor, it’s on my arm, it’s injected into my arm. I can try it. I adjust my insulin intake. I take about five insulin injections a day, adjust and find my rhythm,The artist accepted.
“I know it sounds crazy, but every diabetic has to find their own rhythm that keeps those levels in check, otherwise it can be disastrous.”ended by saying