David – how to solve problems
As David is taking his normal insulin dose at breakfast, he will have his normal amount working up until teatime. This is how he is at risk of hypos from when he starts to exercise, and also right through until his next injection at evening meal., as he is then at risk of delayed hypos. He could try:
2. If he doesn’t want to reduce his insulin he would have to have a carb snack before badminton, and after, and possibly more carbs at lunch. This will depend on the intensity of his exercise.