Many people with type 2 diabetes have high blood pressure also called hypertension. We give you the facts about what it is and why it matters, together with tips to manage high blood pressure. All the information you need is right here!
Living Well With Diabetes -Articles
You are undoubtedly aware of the importance of regular activity for people with diabetes. Regular exercise can control blood glucose levels, improve circulation and muscle strength, help maintain optimum weight, and generally promote a sense of wellbeing.
Many people have asked the question – can diabetes cause eating disorders? There are three main types of eating disorders that may be associated with diabetes: anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder.
Diabetes can cause memory loss – especially if you have fluctuating blood sugar levels – in both short-term and long-term ways.
Sure we all experience fatigue from time to time, especially after exerting ourselves too much. But if you’re constantly mentally or physically tired, your diabetes may have something to do with it.
Canadians with type 2 diabetes write back to their younger selves, to share personal insights and reflect on their experience of living with diabetes and starting on insulin therapy. In this post, Fatima reflects on living with diabetes.