People with diabetes are two to four times more likely to have a vascular “event,” such as a heart attack or stroke. What can you do to prevent this?
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted us all in many ways, but those living with diabetes have been affected even more profoundly. Eating and physical activity patterns, and the routines of life that foster mental health stability, have all been disrupted.
Achieving your A1C target can help you prevent or delay diabetes complications. This may mean taking one or more medications, in conjunction with healthy eating and weight loss. Read this expert blog to learn more about early diabetes treatment intervention.
When you or someone you care for is diagnosed with diabetes, a three-worded phrase quickly becomes part of everyday conversation: that is, ‘blood sugar levels’ – or ‘blood glucose levels’.
Checking your A1C as well as your blood glucose levels are things you’ll do when you have diabetes.
Think diabetes self-management is way too complicated for you? Think again! Just follow the four vital steps outlined in this article to get and stay on top of diabetes!