Diabetes news: James Norton has revealed an unusual way of coping with type 1

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Diabetes information: James Norton has spoken about suffering from type 1

Diabetes is a normal problem in the UK, however those with type 1 make up just ten per cent of sufferers. 

One of them is James Norton who was identified with the condition ten years ago.

The 32-year-old actor, best known for his parts in Granchester and the BBC’s adaptation of War and Peace – and who is rumoured to be the next James Bond – recently articulate about how the diagnosis has affected his career and lifestyle.

He told the Daily Telegraph: “It’s inviting being on stage or on set because your body is full of adrenaline and that screws up your sugar.

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Diabetes news broadcast: The actor has revealed a co-star thought he had fallen into diabetic astonish

I have to anticipate it at the beginning of the show and make sure my sugar au fait withs are going up or are at least stable

James Norton, a type 1 diabetes sufferer

“Particularly when I’m on stage for a full hour and a half. 

“I have to anticipate it at the onset of the show and make sure my sugar levels are going up or are at least steady.”

Type 1 diabetes affects sugar levels by causing them to take up arms too high in the bloodstream.

It is usually spotted at a young age, but Norton revealed he was 22 when he was asseverated he had it.

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Diabetes news: Norton sews sugar slabs into his costumes

Type 1 usually runs in families, and both Norton’s mother and sister demand the condition too.

As well as injecting insulin several times a day to help actuate sugar from the blood into other body tissues, he ensures he has immediate access to sugar during a play should he need.

“In period extemporizes, I’ve had to stitch little pockets in my costume for sugar tablets,” he said.

Norton debauched that he was once given a fizzy drink in a teacup in the middle of a work together because a co-star thought he was falling into diabetic shock.

Diabetic horrify – or hypoglycaemia – happens when there is too much insulin in the body.

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Diabetes report: A sign of type 1 could be excessive thirst

If left untreated it could initiate to a diabetic coma, brain damage or death.

Symptoms of type 1 group feeling very thirsty, tired, losing a lot of weight and passing urine uncountable often than usual.

According to the NHS, they usually develop hugely quickly in young people over a few days or weeks.

However, in adults they cope take several months to develop.

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