Living with Diabetes is hard enough without having to worry about additional health conditions. If Diabetes is not properly managed it could lead to the onset of other health conditions such as kidney disease (Diabetic Nephropathy).
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Diabetes is a permanent chronic condition that can have serious consequences if not treated correctly.
Read about common symptoms, myths, management tips, and more.
Your body and your Diabetes diagnosis is unique. You may belong to a definitive category, such as Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes, but your body’s medical history and context is unique, so we’re going to dedicate a bit more time to sharing insight today 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? Or perhaps you know of someone who is? We share some basic coping skills for people who are disabled and living with diabetes.
We offer you life and disability cover and have devised a healthy 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.
Anxiety can exhibit itself in many symptoms. As a diabetic increased stress about your condition can also cause high blood sugar. Here are a few few tips to keep anxiety levels low.
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.