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  • diabetescares21
    20.06.2021 - 1 day ago

    #Repost @instore.tools 💯Symptom of Diabetes ⬆️ . . 🎯Diabetes is a chronic and potentially fatal disease which affects your whole body. Billions of people have diabetes, and the worrying fact is that a high percentage of affected patient are not even aware that they are diabetic. 🎯Check out Bio . 🚀Follow ➡️ @diabetescares21 Credit@beyond_diabetes_official to get regular updates 📢 . . 🙋Tap the ♥️ button if you got value from this information,Save it and share with your friends who are facing Diabetes. . . #diabetes_remedy_naturally#diabetesmonth#diabetestips# diabetesmemes#t2diabetes#diabetesawarenessmonth#di abetessupport#diabetescontrol#diabetesmanagement#dia beteslifestyle#diabetesempowered#diabetesdiet#diabetes care#diabeteseducation#livingwithdiabetes#diabetes#cure diabetes#diabetictype2#diabetestype#bloodsugarbalance# diabeticrecipes#typetwodiabetes#highbloodsugar#diabete sprevention Credit to the owner https://www.instagram.com/p/CQWkvhkBaOA/?utm_medium=tumblr

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  • diabetescares21
    11.06.2021 - 1 week ago

    #Repost @instore.tools Fruits that Fight Diabetes ⬆️😊 . . Tap the ♥️ button if you like this save it and share with your friends who are Struggling with Diabetes. . . Follow ➡️@diabetescares21 Credit@beyond_diabetes_official to get regular updates 📢 . . Check out Bio ➡️ to Read More. . . #diabetes_remedy_naturally#diabetesmonth#diabetestips# diabetesmemes#t2diabetes#diabetesawarenessmonth#di abetessupport#diabetescontrol#diabetesmanagement#dia beteslifestyle#diabetesempowered#diabetesdiet#diabetes care#diabeteseducation#livingwithdiabetes#diabetes#cure diabetes#diabetictype2#diabetestype#bloodsugarbalance# diabeticrecipes#typetwodiabetes#highbloodsugar#diabete sprevention credit to the owner https://www.instagram.com/p/CP-hnSHhEGm/?utm_medium=tumblr

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  • enchantinglightbouquet
    22.05.2020 - 1 year ago
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  • softball29
    11.03.2021 - 3 monts ago

    Living with Diabetes: March 2021

    New blog post: Living with Diabetes: March 2021 #diabetes #livingwithdiabetes #health #a1c

    It’s been a while since I did one of these posts, and there’s quite a bit to catch up on. Heck, to be fair, I’ve barely touched the blog outside of the Photo Blogging Challenge, so I need to kick it.  The one thing I always loved about this monthly post was the accountability that it gave me. Without it, part of my accountability goes away.  And my numbers have shown it.  I also realized I…

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  • leavingkindfootprints
    07.12.2020 - 6 monts ago

    This is the feeling that no one talks about. This is about the feeling that Type 1 diabetes demands so much work to stay alive - and no one notices. The constant checking, testing, guessing, calculating, preventing and recovering from your blood sugar just to get safely through the day. The being at risk of dying at any moment from severe low blood sugar or too soon from diabetes related complications. And no one notices.

    So when people say “recovery” you typically think of returning to how you were before your illness. But there is no going back. You do not merely recover, but reinvent yourself. You become something completely different from what you were before.

    - g.t

    #diabetesdiaries #type1 #livingwithdiabetes

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  • vidyasury
    30.11.2020 - 6 monts ago

    How to stay motivated when managing diabetes? Taking care of diabetes and getting through your daily to-do list along with your other responsibilities is demanding. It's easy to understand why motivation waxes and wanes. Here are some tips to help: 🌟Move away from all-or-nothing thinking. 🌟Don't judge yourself as bad or good. 🌟Keep your inner voice kind and supportive. 🌟Make one tiny habit change after another. Experience success, then change another tiny habit, then another. Eventually you'll experience "success momentum." Start by changing what you already want to change, not what you know you should change but don't really want to. 🌟 Instead of “avoiding complications,” think about how better blood sugars can benefit you now. 🌟Think about how people in your life can help – loved ones, family, and friends can be close allies in your diabetes management. 🌟Remember how lucky you are. When you feel low, think of people who live for years without being aware they’re diabetic. Today we have the tools and resources to manage our health condition. Take advantage of these. Work towards a fulfilling life! Special thanks to all those who followed my #diabetesFAQ series throughout November. ❤️ . . . . . #vidyasury #diabetesfaqs #diabetesawareness #type2diabetes #diabeteseducation #NationalDiabetesMonth #dailytip #diabetestype2 #livingwithdiabetes #beatdiabetes #diabetesawareness #diabetestips #managingdiabetes #diabetesawarenessmonth #diabetesmonth #instadaily #instagood https://instagr.am/p/CINCatdFsxg/

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  • vidyasury
    29.11.2020 - 6 monts ago

    Can I get rid of diabetes? Will it ever go away? Although there's no cure for type 2 diabetes, studies show it's possible for some people to reverse it. Through diet changes and weight loss, you may be able to reach and hold normal blood sugar levels without medication. Normal blood sugar levels and fewer or no medications likely means no progression of disease, and no progression of complications. People with a diagnosis of type 2 diabetes may be able to live long, healthy lives, with toes, eyesight, and kidneys intact! Thus, the best way to stay healthy is by keeping your blood sugar, blood pressure, and cholesterol under good control. Eat healthy, be physically active, and take your prescribed medications. Also get the tests and checks you need to detect complications early and treat them aggressively. . . . . . #vidyasury #diabetesfaqs #diabetesawareness #type2diabetes #diabeteseducation #NationalDiabetesMonth #dailytip #diabetestype2 #livingwithdiabetes #beatdiabetes #diabetesawareness #diabetestips #managingdiabetes #diabetesawarenessmonth #diabetesmonth #instadaily #instagood https://instagr.am/p/CIKlW31FljS/

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  • vidyasury
    28.11.2020 - 6 monts ago

    Why is it important for those with type 2 diabetes to lose weight? Weight loss is vital, particularly just after a diagnosis of type 2 or prediabetes. Weight loss increases insulin sensitivity, allowing cells to more effectively use the insulin the body continues to make. Losing just 10–20 pounds can accomplish a boatload of benefits. Among them are improved blood sugar, blood pressure, and cholesterol levels and possibly taking fewer medications or lower doses. To lose weight slowly and steadily, change your lifestyle. The pounds you keep off over time are the most important to living a long and healthy life. . . . . . #vidyasury #diabetesfaqs #diabetesawareness #type2diabetes #diabeteseducation #NationalDiabetesMonth #dailytip #diabetestype2 #livingwithdiabetes #beatdiabetes #diabetesawareness #diabetestips #managingdiabetes #diabetesawarenessmonth #diabetesmonth #instadaily #instagood https://instagr.am/p/CIHyXi3l_c7/

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  • vidyasury
    26.11.2020 - 6 monts ago

    Can stress increase blood sugar levels? Stress aggravates diabetes. Stress raises blood sugar levels, activates fat cells, impairs glucose tolerance, increases insulin resistance and impacts blood pressure. When the body is under stress, the adrenal glands trigger the release of glucose stored in various organs, which often leads to elevated levels of glucose in the bloodstream. For people with diabetes, this can be particularly problematic as they find it harder than non-diabetics to regain normal blood glucose levels after a bout of stress. The common misconception with stress is that it is an emotional problem, often disguised as anxiety, worry, or depression. However, the reality is that stress can also be physical, nutritional, and chemical. For example, stress can be experienced as physical pain or illness, and can also be triggered by situations such as an accident, the death of a friend or relative or confrontations with other people. It is important to be aware that repeated episodes of stress can cause serious changes in blood sugar levels, making it harder for diabetics to manage their condition and increasing the risk of hypoglycemia (low blood sugar). Constant stress will also cause adrenal fatigue leading to adrenal failure, which is why it is vital to remove stress from your life, especially if you have diabetes. . . . . . #vidyasury #diabetesfaqs #diabetesawareness #type2diabetes #diabeteseducation #NationalDiabetesMonth #dailytip #diabetestype2 #livingwithdiabetes #beatdiabetes #diabetesawareness #diabetestips #managingdiabetes #diabetesawarenessmonth #diabetesmonth #instadaily #instagood https://instagr.am/p/CIDtinllmtX/

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  • vidyasury
    24.11.2020 - 6 monts ago

    Why is my blood sugar high in the morning? In the early morning hours, hormonal changes in your body will naturally cause blood glucose to rise. For people who don't have diabetes, the increase in blood glucose is offset by increased insulin production. For people with diabetes, this can be a problem. There are a couple of things going on that make your glucose rise in the morning. One of these is insulin resistance—a condition that means your body's muscle and fat cells are unable to use insulin effectively to lower blood glucose. However, insulin resistance also affects how your liver processes, stores, and releases sugar, particularly at night. The liver is supposed to release small amounts of glucose when you're not eating. But in type 2 diabetes, the liver dumps more glucose than is needed into the bloodstream, especially at night. So, while your hormones are causing a natural rise in blood glucose, your liver is releasing even more sugar into your system. And because your insulin resistance prevents your muscle and fat cells from using the sugar, your blood glucose level rises. Unlike mealtime blood glucose, which can be somewhat controlled by diet and exercise, high fasting blood glucose usually needs to be treated with medication. Talk to your doctor about medications that can help you obtain good control. . . . . . #vidyasury #diabetesfaqs #diabetesawareness #type2diabetes #diabeteseducation #NationalDiabetesMonth #dailytip #diabetestype2 #livingwithdiabetes #beatdiabetes #diabetesawareness #diabetestips #managingdiabetes #diabetesawarenessmonth #diabetesmonth #instadaily #instagood https://instagr.am/p/CH-9ZcYl1r7/

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  • vidyasury
    23.11.2020 - 6 monts ago

    If I have type 2 diabetes and take insulin, do I have to take it forever? Not necessarily. If you can lose weight, change your diet, increase your activity level, or change your medications you may be able to reduce or stop insulin therapy. Under certain circumstances, you may only need insulin temporarily – such as during pregnancy, acute illness, after surgery or when treated with drugs that increase their body’s resistance to the action of insulin (such as prednisone or steroids). Often the insulin therapy can be stopped after the event or stress is over. . . . . . #vidyasury #diabetesfaqs #diabetesawareness #type2diabetes #diabeteseducation #NationalDiabetesMonth #dailytip #diabetestype2 #livingwithdiabetes #beatdiabetes #diabetesawareness #diabetestips #managingdiabetes #diabetesawarenessmonth #diabetesmonth #instadaily #instagood https://instagr.am/p/CH8aBJvF89U/

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  • vidyasury
    22.11.2020 - 7 monts ago

    Why is my blood sugar higher after exercise? Exercise is a stressor, so blood sugar will be higher immediately after your session. Before starting a fitness program, consult your doc, especially if you have been inactive. If you're taking insulin or other medications that can cause low blood sugar (hypoglycemia), test your blood sugar 15 to 30 minutes before exercising. During exercise, low blood sugar is sometimes a concern. If you're planning a long workout, check your blood sugar every 30 minutes. This lets you know if your blood sugar level is stable, rising or falling, and whether it's safe to keep exercising. Stop exercising if you feel shaky, weak or confused. Check your blood sugar as soon as you finish exercising and again several times during the next few hours. Exercise draws on reserve sugar stored in your muscles and liver. As your body rebuilds these stores, it takes sugar from your blood. The more strenuous your workout, the longer your blood sugar will be affected. Low blood sugar is possible even four to eight hours after exercise. Having a snack with slower-acting carbohydrates, such as a granola bar or trail mix, after your workout can help prevent a drop in your blood sugar. If you do have low blood sugar after exercise, eat a small carbohydrate-containing snack, such as fruit, crackers or glucose tablets, or drink a half-cup of fruit juice. Exercise is beneficial to your health in many ways, but if you have diabetes, testing your blood sugar before, during and after exercise may be just as important as the exercise itself. . . . . . #vidyasury #diabetesfaqs #diabetesawareness #type2diabetes #diabeteseducation #NationalDiabetesMonth #dailytip #diabetestype2 #livingwithdiabetes #beatdiabetes #diabetesawareness #diabetestips #managingdiabetes #diabetesawarenessmonth #diabetesmonth #instadaily #instagood https://instagr.am/p/CH4gRjul-AN/

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  • vidyasury
    21.11.2020 - 7 monts ago

    Can being sick increase blood sugar? Illness can lead to an increase in blood sugar levels. When you get sick — whether it's a minor illness like a cold or a bigger problem — the body sees the illness as stress. To deal with the stress, it releases hormones that increase sugar in the blood. In one way, this is good because it helps supply the extra fuel the body needs. An illness like a cold, the flu, or any condition that makes you throw up or gives you diarrhea can also boost your blood sugar. It is the same with an infection. When you're sick, you may not be able to eat as much or keep food down, which can cause low blood glucose. The most important step to take during illness is to make sure that blood sugar levels are stable to prevent a small problem like a cold or the flu from causing greater problems. This means staying hydrated, checking your sugar regularly, continuing to take medications on schedule, eating healthy, and being in touch with your doctor to adjust your medications, if necessary. . . . . . #vidyasury #diabetesfaqs #diabetesawareness #type2diabetes #diabeteseducation #NationalDiabetesMonth #dailytip #diabetestype2 #livingwithdiabetes #beatdiabetes #diabetesawareness #diabetestips #managingdiabetes #diabetesawarenessmonth #diabetesmonth #instadaily #instagood https://instagr.am/p/CH1vI68lu8l/

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