Singer-songwriter Eric Paslay has teamed with Dexcom, Inc., which provides continuous glucose monitoring for patients with diabetes.
Paslay, who was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at age 10, will share his personal experience with diabetes, as well as how proper glucose management has allowed him to live a full life. Paslay will attend and perform at the Children with Diabetes Friends for Life international conference on Wednesday (July 6) in Orlando, where he will speak with families and children impacted by diabetes.
“When I’m on the road with a crazy schedule, it’s very hard to keep a regular routine, let alone watch what I’m eating and stay on top of my blood glucose levels,” said Paslay. “What’s really amazing about the Dexcom CGM is that I’m no longer surprised while I’m on stage—I can see my levels go up and down and take action. My tour manager also monitors my levels with the Follow app and tells me in my earpiece if they are going high or low, so I can take steps to get back in check. As a musician and an individual living with diabetes, I can’t say enough good things about the impact CGM has made on my personal and professional life.”
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