The winter cold and dark afternoons are getting you down, and there seem months of it still to get through. Grab a steaming mug of your favourite winter bevvie and make plans to banish the mid-winter blues with these 6 super tips!
Diabetes and mental health are very closely linked. The experience of living with diabetes is often associated with concerns specific to the illness, such as fear of complications or fear of hypoglycemia. As a result, conditions such as depression, diabetes distress and anxiety can all occur.
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, Cindy reflects on living with diabetes.
Lets face it living with diabetes can be tough!
Diabetes and anger are very closely related. While it’s normal to be angry at times, severe and prolonged anger should be addressed and managed. Read about diabetes and anger in this article.
Do you or the person you support sometimes seem down, frustrated, or a little overwhelmed by the challenges of living with diabetes? Chances are you, your family member of friend is suffering from the diabetes blues.