2. Pay Attention to Blood Glucose Levels
Combine medication and diet to keep your blood glucose levels steady. Dealing with diabetes means keeping tabs on these levels, but this is even more important if you are suffering from diabetic gastroparesis. Because of inefficiencies in the way food travels from the stomach to the small intestine, fluctuations in glucose can be felt more dramatically than they would otherwise.
Measure your levels several times and day and report any irregularities to your doctor. A physician may recommend taking insulin with your meal if you have gastroparesis. This will help tame a sudden influx of glucose into your system.