As children we’re told to floss and brush our teeth to prevent cavities. But with diabetes, good oral health becomes especially important to avoid future complications of the mouth. After all, mouth issues are nothing to smile about.
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.
Routine diabetes health checks are an important way that your healthcare team can assess your diabetes management and your risk for complications. Read this article to learn more about diabetes health checks.
Mindfulness for people with diabetes is a concept that involves staying in the present, instead of worrying about the past or future.
Many people with diabetes experience minor digestive disorders. For example, almost 60% are affected by constipation.
After being diagnosed with diabetes, you likely sat down with the dietitian and drew up a plan, went out and stocked up with healthy foods, and started eating more healthily. And now, just weeks later, you’re back to your old eating habits.