7 Secondary diabetic risks to be aware of
All the complications experienced with diabetes are all caused by the same difficulties that the body has storing and using fuel for energy.
Other less-known complications of diabetes and what to be aware of.
Common symptoms of diabetes
Managing your day-to-day living can be demanding.
Do you have diabetes? Common symptoms, myths and management tips.
Diabetes glossary for beginners
Understand common diabetes terms.
What is diabetes?
Understand diabetes and how your body is affected by this chronic condition.
Your first day of living with Diabetes
Your guide to understanding your Diabetes diagnosis
Whether you expected it or the news came out of nowhere, your Diabetes diagnosis changed your life. If today’s your first day of living with this condition, it may just be the toughest of all. We at AllLife are here to guide you through understanding and managing your Diabetes.
Life after your Diabetes diagnosis
The one week milestone
Well done! You’ve made it through your first week since being faced with your life-changing Diabetes diagnosis. It’s ok if your mind and emotions are still racing around at this point.
It’s been one month since you were diagnosed as Diabetic
By now you realise that being a Diabetic doesn't mean total doom and gloom.
Your side effects should be steadily subsiding, and your food journal should be ready for your review.
Getting tested for Diabetes
How do you get tested for Diabetes?
We at AllLife are here to walk you through the process of getting tested for Diabetes, and why it’s so important.
You’ve been living with Diabetes for two months.
Let’s talk about your progress.
Two months ago your doctor, nurse or clinic sister shared details of your health which might have come as quite the surprise. It may be odd to process that already two whole months have gone by since your Diabetes diagnosis. It’s something that changes the way you see yourself, and the choices you make in life.
The holistic approach to managing Diabetes
Holistic Diabetes management begins with treatment.
Everyone is different. This means that every person who is diagnosed with Diabetes will approach it differently, too. Two months into Diabetes is a good time to consider a holistic approach.