Timesulin is for all Insulin Pen Users
Life with diabetes can be hard. We know that – a large portion of the Timesulin team has diabetes themselves and some of us are partners to people living with diabetes.
And don’t even get us started on the constant worry that life with diabetes seems to go hand-in-hand with…worry, anxiety and stress seem like best friends to this condition, doesn’t it? Whether you live with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, we know you’ve had that sinking feeling of wondering, ‘Did I take my shot or not’.
When injections become part of daily life
The most regular complaint we hear from people who have not yet introduced Timesulin to their diabetes treatment routine is that they often worry about whether or not they have taken an injection immediately after they administered their shot. To someone who has never had to inject themselves numerous times a day this may seem strange – how can you not know whether or not you’ve injected yourself? But when you jab yourself with insulin four or five times a day, every day of your life, it becomes just another part of your routine. And we all know how easy it is to forget if I switched off the coffee machine, locked the car door, turned off the stove, took my insulin injection…Timesulin answers that question quickly and easily – without changing your existing diabetes treatment routine!
Don’t change the way you treat your diabetes
We have designed a Timesulin cap that is compatible with your existing insulin pen type so you don’t have to change the brand of insulin to benefit from knowing for sure when you took your last shot. When we designed Timesulin the brief was to make it as simple to use as possible. Our goal was to make life with diabetes easier, not harder, so with Timesulin there is no new system to learn, no buttons to push and nothing to program. Timesulin just works. There is no reason for anybody to not use Timesulin and worry about accidental hypos or high blood glucose readings because of accidental missed or double injections again.
Having a hyperglycemic event stinks
You know what we mean – that sinking feeling when you realize that you had not administered your rapid acting insulin dose and the hyperglycemic event has set in: Achy muscles… thirst … headache … nausea …that overriding tiredness and feeling that all is not well with the world…
The long-term outlook for regularly missed insulin injections is not pretty: Skin infections…slow-healing sores…decreased vision…loss of nerve sensitivity in the fingers and toes…the list goes on
With proper control, all people with diabetes can avoid these long-term conditions. Timesulin makes it easier to manage your blood glucose levels and focus on what you really want to be spending your energy on – life outside diabetes!
Low blood suger events are scary
The hypoglycemic event sets in pretty quickly after you’ve administered an accidental double insulin dose. You start feeling a little woozy, then you lose coordination and may start talking incoherently. You start pouring with sweat and, if not quickly treated, your low blood glucose levels may lead to a coma or even death. Timesulin can help avoid these accidental double doses by simply showing you how much time has passed since the last injection. It doesn’t remind you when to take your insulin dose, because let’s face, it, you do not eat your lunch at exactly the same time every day, do you? Timesulin shows you how much time – first in MM:SS and then in HH:MM – has passed and counts the hours up to 99 hours and 59 minutes, making it the perfect solution for both your fast-acting insulin and long-acting insulin pens.
Why not try Timesulin?
So why not give it a go? We know that Timesulin won’t make your diabetes disappear, but we’re pretty confident that it will remove a lot of unnecessary worry from your daily diabetes care routine and for us, that is worth a lot!
Ask your doctor, nurse or pharmacist about Timesulin if you’re still unsure. Or just go ahead and buy a smart replacement cap for your insulin pen now. The battery in each Timesulin smart cap lasts for one year.
Timesulin works for most major insulin pens
Novo Nordisk FlexPen
NovoRapid, Levemir, Victoza, Novolog, Novolog Mix70/30, Protaphane HM
Humalog, Humalog Mix50, Humalog Mix75, Humulin