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When you reach your destination, consider taking it easy for a few days, especially if you had a long flight that involved crossing time zones. Also, take bottled water and snacks with you while you sightsee—remember, if you’re more active than usual, your risks of dehydration and hypoglycemia increase. Knowing what you’re eating is also important: avoid tap water and street food if possible, and think about choosing familiar foods so you won’t be caught off guard by unexpected changes in your blood sugar levels.
Balancing the desire for new cultural experiences with the need to care for yourself as a person with diabetes ensures that you’ll have a safe and memorable trip. For more information and details about traveling with diabetes, be sure to visit the American Diabetes Association website.
("When You Travel," American Diabetes Association (updated Jan 1, 2014), accessed May 1, 2015, www.diabetes.org/living-with-diabetes/treatment-and-care/when-you-travel.html.)