Type 1 Diabetes Treatment's aim is to keep one's blood sugar level as close to normal as possible to delay or prevent complications. The target is to keep one's daytime blood sugar levels before meals between 70 and 130 mg/dL and after meal numbers no higher than 180 mg/dL two hours after eating. Type 1 Diabetes cure prescribed by endocrinologist is achieved by taking insulin, carbohydrate counting, frequent blood sugar monitoring, eating healthy foods and maintaining a healthy weight by exercising regularly. Anyone who has type 1 diabetes needs lifelong insulin therapy. After the diagnosis, there may be a short period, during which blood sugar is controlled with little or no insulin. Since stomach enzymes interfere with insulin's action, Insulin can't be taken orally to lower blood sugar and hence, it must be given either through injections or an insulin pump. An emerging treatment approach is closed-loop insulin delivery with artificial pancreas. It links a continuous glucose monitor to an insulin pump. The device automatically delivers the correct amount of insulin when the monitor indicates the need for it. Endocrinologists recommend testing blood sugar levels before meals and snacks, before bed, before exercising or driving. If one suspects that one has low blood sugar, then careful monitoring is the only way to make sure that one blood sugar level remains within the target range. Be sure to wash one's hands before checking one's blood sugar levels.