Mindfulness for people with diabetes is a concept that involves staying in the present, instead of worrying about the past or future.
It’s natural for everyone to feel anxious or worried at times. A moderate amount of anxiety can be a motivator to get a project done or respond to a dangerous situation.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world drastically, there are still some silver linings for which we can be thankful. Read on to learn more.
Here are two case studies to further understand how depression and diabetes can be intertwined and can affect teens.
Exercise doesn’t just benefit your physical health. There are psychological benefits as well, including an increased sense of well-being, and reduced stress levels. Read about the mental health benefits of exercise in this expert blog.
Two years ago, I attended a Diabetes Canada conference and learned that countries such as Brazil and Vietnam have free prescription coverage for individuals living with diabetes.