Coping with diabetes when disabled
When you are faced with dealing with a disabling illness, it can take you by surprise, as it’s not something most of us anticipate and may affect you in many different ways.
Are you disabled and living with diabetes? Or perhaps you know of someone who is?
How AllLife helps you manage your Diabetes
AllLife cares about your health and wellbeing.
We offer you life and disability cover and have devised a health and lifestyle programme for diabetics.
Managing diabetes: Measuring your blood glucose levels
It’s important for an individual living with diabetes to be proactive when monitoring their blood glucose levels.
Why, when and how to test your blood sugar levels. Regular monitoring prevents long-term complications associated with diabetes.
Managing diabetes: Supporting your partner
Learn more about diabetes.
Understanding diabetes and how to support your loved ones.
Testing and monitoring your blood sugar levels
It is important to know how your insulin doses and treatment plan are affecting your blood glucose levels so that you can adjust your plan when necessary.
Understand the importance of regularly testing and monitoring your blood sugar levels.
Why is breakfast a challenge for Diabetics?
When it comes to breakfast, size matters.
Contrary to popular belief, a larger breakfast may actually be more rewarding health-wise.
Here’s how to reduce the risk of stroke as a Diabetic
Keep it simple, and you won't need extreme interventions against Diabetes or strokes.
As a Diabetic, your blood glucose can fluctuate wildly
Four simple tips to help you cope with anxiety as a Diabetic
Anxiety and depression affect as many as one in six South Africans.
Whether you have anxiety apart from your diabetes or it has been caused by living with diabetes, one can often impact the other.
Antidepressants and gestational Diabetes
What's the link?
Today mental health tops the agendas of medical and social conferences. Niche fields taking priority for many researchers explore depression and anxiety, treatment via antidepressants, pregnancy and gestational Diabetes. Depression and anxiety present themselves in many forms.