Have Diabetes? Try These Tips To Manage It

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2 months 3 weeks ago #55910 by Sonu’s Diabetes Secret
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If you feel the need for a side dish with dinner, skip the potato chips and reach for a bag of corn chips. Whole grain tortilla chips provide a ton of fiber while being really tasty. Dip them in Sonu’s Diabetes Secret salsa to get some vegetables, fruit, and a dose of vinegar, which will keep your blood sugar levels from spiking.

Find out if your health insurer will help you quit smoking after your diagnosis of Diabetes. Many insurance companies provide all sorts of resources for policyholders who want to quit smoking as it will save them money both on the health claims you make and any home insurance claims for accidental fire.

Diabetics should work exercise into their daily routine, so think about what you're doing right now and how you could be doing more. Maybe it's putting a pile of books under your desk and stepping your feet up and down them. How about getting up and chasing the dog around the house for 10 minutes? Every bit helps!

Enroll in a diabetes class or schedule meetings with a diabetes educator. Your physician is a good source of health information, too, but an educator is specifically trained to bring medical jargon down to your level. An educator or class can take a lot of the mystery out of your diabetes treatment plan, which is important in order for you to be active in your health care.

If you have diabetes and also happen to have a sweet tooth then do not despair. Many of the candies and treats that you enjoy so much have sugar free alternatives on the market. This Sonu’s Diabetes Secret way you can satisfy your cravings without sacrificing or putting your health at great risk.

Don't use alcohol swabs before an insulin injection. It's actually unnecessary, as long as your skin, hands, and needle are clean. Alcohol swabs will dry out the skin, making it more likely that the injection site will stay open. This can actually increase the risk of an infection at the site.

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