Chronic conditions such as HIV, diabetes, and heart disease can have negative impacts on a person’s oral health.
Living with Diabetes
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Diabetes is a permanent chronic condition. Diabetes can have serious consequences, if not treated correctly.
Read about Diabetes symptoms, myths, management tips, and more.
In a related article, we uncovered the meaning of childhood Diabetes, the testing process and how to establish a routine that considers both treatment and self-management. This article is a follow-on from that, and explores your journey as a parent to a Diabetic child.
If Diabetes is not properly managed it could lead to the onset of other health conditions such as kidney disease (Diabetic Nephropathy).
AllLife share insights on what might be the best exercise you can do as a Diabetic.
Understanding Diabetes and how to support your loved ones.
Are you disabled and living with Diabetes? AllLife is here to help.
AllLife cares about your health and wellbeing. Here is our health and lifestyle programme for Diabetics.
Getting tested for Diabetes is a process. The same goes for monitoring it after diagnosis.
We share dietary guidelines for breakfast meals for people living with diebetes. Also learn the consequences of skipping breakfast.
The risk of suffering a stroke is much higher for people living with diabetes. Learn what you need to cut down on to decrease the chances of having a stroke.
Managing anxiety as a Diabetic.
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.