Diabetes and stress is an incredibly important item to discuss. Diabetes causes stress, but stress makes diabetes harder to manage. So, it’s important to find ways to relieve stress, and I found one that works for me. A little exercise, and little social interaction, and a lot of pure beauty.[Read more…] about Diabetes and Stress- Find Your Stress Reliever
There is a connection between sleep and diabetes. Diabetes can cause sleep disturbances, yet adequate sleep directly benefits blood sugar management. If we’re not getting quality sleep it can be a vicious circle. But I can give you some tips for improving your sleep.[Read more…] about How To Improve Your Sleep With Diabetes
I’m finding that a semi-serious injury can, among other irritatiions, make managing my diabetes frustrating.
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This Coronavirus pandemic is incredibly stressful, not only from worry but also about terribly practical stresses like illness (such as diabetes), loss of income, or even death of a loved one. Is there an answer?[Read more…] about The Truth About Coronavirus Stress and Diabetes
Being on lockdown is a good time to read a book, even if you are a very, very slow reader. How about this one?[Read more…] about Coronavirus Challenge- Need Something To Do? Be a Dummy!
My patients are, like many of us, not only worried about coronavirus, but also restricted in their activities and movements. And, they find themselves sabotaging their diabetes management efforts at this critical time by “stress eating. ” How about you? Yes? I have some tips.
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