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. Coupled with being diagnosed with diabetes, this can hugely affect your day-to-day living and even cause you to feel defeated.
Good heart health is essential for living a healthy life, and even more important when you’re living with diabetes. Having diabetes means that you’re at a greater risk of heart attacks and strokes.
When you’ve just heard that you have been diagnosed with diabetes, you may feel confused, upset, frightened and even overwhelmed. Or, you may be one of the people who are on the other side, who feel as unaffected by this diagnosis.
With the myriad of tests available to the general public serving to empower individuals in terms of wellbeing, it has become necessary to familiarise one’s self with the relevance and where possible, the difference, between tests previously thought of as the same or similar.