We asked 18 diabetics to share the best tips for newly diagnosed diabetics. See what they have to say!
Osob is 30 years old. Living in London, UK. She is a mother of two girls, diagnosed the youngest with type one at the age of 2. She enjoys shopping, makeup and making the most of every good sugar level whilst she can. Osob founds that writing her feelings about hardships with diabetes has helped her deal with the illness.
This story is about Yi Ting, 34 years old from Guatemala City. Diabetes has made her an empowering woman and made her see life in a different loving way.
Her name is Ashley and she is 31 years old. She is the mother of a 5-year-old boy named Logan. Ashley is a stay at home mom. She is crafty and creative, always doing something. She loves spending time outside with her son and dog. Meditation helps her a lot. She worked as a CAN (Certified Nursing Assistant). Her jobs were connected with type one diabetics and endocrinologist. Ashley is a type one diabetic for 30 years.
The Dianurse Team presents J Smith. J is 42 years old, from Little Rock, AR. J wants to share her story and raise awareness about diabetes. J thinks people should understand that every type of diabetes is important. Not compared or turned against each other.
Diet is very high in diabetics’ priority lists. Each diabetic needs to know how food affects his or her blood sugar levels. In this article, we ask 21 experts about their most effective diets.
The Dianurse Team presents Wiesje, a type 1 diabetic. She created earlier in 2019 an Instagram account with a major objective to become part of the diabetes communities, to learn more about diabetes, and to share her lessons learned. Wiesje loves posting about her life with diabetes and interacting with other diabetics spreading kindness and positivity. She considers herself very lucky to have been born in Europe where healthcare is organized relatively well.
The Dianurse Team presents Lee, a 57 old man living in the UK. Lee was a former career professional who had to take early retirement. A few years ago, an accident forced Lee’s diabetes to go out of control. Over the years after this accident, Lee experienced multiple life-threatening episodes. He is currently physically disabled and suffers from mood swings, deep depression, and anxiety. He works hard each day to stay positive and to deal with the daily effects of diabetes.
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