Inhaled Insulin


Inhaled insulin is an “ultra rapid-acting” insulin and the only form of insulin on the market today that people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes can take without a syringe, pen, or insulin pump. Learn everything you need to know about inhaled insulin—Afrezza, manufactured by MannKind—right here.

All About Inhaled Insulin

Here’s everything you need to know about using inhaled insulin as part of your diabetes management routine.
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Tips to Avoid Post-Meal Spikes in Your Blood Sugar

We've gotta eat! But managing those post-meal spikes can be tricky. Here are 3 tips that could help...
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Talking to Your Doctor About Inhaled Insulin

Your doctor might not know Afrezza's inhaled insulin can be used in Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. Here are a few tips to start the conversation.
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Inhaled Insulin: Myths Vs. Facts

Inhaled insulin has been around for several years, but there are many myths about this zero-poke method of taking insulin.

How Inhaled Insulin Helped Me Recover From Diabulimia

Cynthia Celt struggled with diabulimia—a life-threatening eating disorder—for nearly 20 years before she started using inhaled insulin.

Inhaled Insulin: Meet a Person with Diabetes Who Uses Afrezza + Keeps Her A1C Below 6.0

Have you ever wondered about the effectiveness of inhaled insulin? This T1D uses it and keeps her A1C below 6.0!

Putting Inhaled Insulin to the Test

I'm using Afrezza's inhaled insulin to manage my type 1 diabetes. Here's how it's going...
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Using Inhaled Insulin with Type 1 + Type 2 Diabetes

Here are a few reasons why people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes love using Afrezza inhaled insulin.
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How to Get Afrezza Inhaled Insulin — From Prescription To Coverage

Afrezza is still relatively new to the market, so doctors and health insurance companies aren’t as familiar with it. Here’s what you need to know to get it.