Managing diabetes can be difficult. It requires adjusting some aspects of your life including diet, physical activity, and mindset. Making these adjustments at once can be daunting and lead to the inability to keep up. In this piece, we will look at 6 tips to help you stick with physical activity in your diabetes management plan.
As COVID-19 cases continue to spread throughout the world, diabetes management is more important than ever before. Experts determined that diabetes and COVID-19 may increase your risk of severe complications. This disease not only affects the lungs, but can impact other organs such as the heart, kidneys, and brain. So what does this mean for you when managing your diabetes in the pandemic?
Here’s what you should know about managing and preventing COVID-19 as a person living with diabetes.
Diabetes care and education specialists provide collaborative, comprehensive, and person-centered care and education to people with diabetes and cardiometabolic conditions. They have achieved a core body of knowledge and skills in the biological and social sciences, communication, counseling, and education and who have experience in the care of people with diabetes and related conditions.
In this blog post, you will gain insight on the roles diabetes educators play towards care an management of individuals with diabetes.
In this article, you will be well informed of the important roles nurses play in supporting people with a wide range of health concerns including diabetes. Because this year is dedicated to Nurses and Midwives, the International Diabetes Federation gave this years’ diabetes day theme as; Diabetes and the Nurse.
An estimated 463 million people live with diabetes. How can we prevent it?
In this blog post, you will understand the various risk factors for diabetes and how to prevent them.
In this article, you will learn the four most important factors that causes your blood sugar to remain high even if you are taking your sugar control medications as prescribed.