Everyone has stress in their lives at certain times, but this is especially true for people who are living with a chronic disease – such as diabetes – which can often be challenging to manage.
Living with diabetes can be stressful. For some, the stress goes beyond everyday concern and leads to a condition known as diabetes distress.
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.
As the holidays approach, life’s current stresses and future uncertainties may be putting a damper on any merriment. But here are 10 mindful ways to help you enjoy a healthy, happy holiday this year, which is especially important when you have diabetes.
Much of the coverage of COVID-19 has been focused upon our physical health. But what about our psychological health? Times like these make those of us who are already anxious, even more anxious. We worry about our own health and the health of our loved ones as well as our job stability, food insecurity and the economy. It can be overwhelming.
Diabetes burnout occurs when the burden of living with the condition becomes overwhelming. Read this article to learn 7 ways to cope with diabetes burnout.