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Diabetes and Depression: Diagnosis, Risk Factors & Treatment Options

Diabetes and Depression Diagnosis, Risk Factors & Treatment Options

According to studies, diabetes and depression have known to go hand in hand. People with diabetes are three times more likely to be depressed in comparison to people without diabetes. It is the most common psychiatric disorder seen in the diabetes community. Moreover, depression, along with diabetes, can have a serious impact on an individual’s health and motivation to manage …

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5 Factors That Have A Big Impact On Your Blood Glucose Reading

5 Factors That Have A Big Impact On Your Blood Glucose Reading

Having diabetes requires you to monitor your sugar levels regularly to avoid any complications. However, another important aspect of reading your diabetes reading is the accuracy of the blood glucose reading.  Here are five significant factors that affect the accuracy of the blood sugar readings:    Environmental Conditions  Although this is an external factor and is beyond your control, necessary …

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Diabetes Management: A Diabetic-Friendly Diet Plan for Navratri 2019

Diabetes Management: A Diabetic-Friendly Diet Plan for Navratri 2019

Navratri fasting during diabetes is a bit tricky. Don’t worry, we have got you covered. Check out below the diabetic-friendly diet plan for Navratri.   1) Early Morning   2) Breakfast 3) Mid-Morning   4) Lunch     5) Evening   6) Dinner     7) Bedtime Please do remember We suggest you have a word with your endocrinologist and …

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Managing Diabetes in the Elderly: The Complete Self-Care Guide

Managing Diabetes in the Elderly The Complete Self-Care Guide

The elderly in society plays a crucial role in shaping society, and they have been the custodians of tradition. However, they are the most vulnerable amongst all of us and require special healthcare. On International Day for the Elderly, we tell you the ways to provide special care to manage diabetes in the elderly. Managing diabetes in the elderly can …

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The Critical Link between Heart Disease & Diabetes (Type 1 & 2)

The Critical Link between Heart Disease & Diabetes (Type 1 & 2)

Most people with diabetes are often told about the link between heart disease and diabetes. In fact, studies have suggested that 65% of people with diabetes will have some sort of heart disease, if not appropriately managed.  Although all types of diabetics are at risk of heart complications, the risk is seen to be higher in those with Type-2 diabetes. …

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Diabetes in Women: Contraceptive Challenges & Solutions

Diabetes in Women Contraceptive Challenges & Solutions Main Image

Contraception allows you to have a safe sexual life and enables you to choose whether you want to have a baby or not. Although it does not protect you from sexually transmitted infections, it surely is not stopped by diabetes in women. Since there are various contraceptive choices available, on World Contraception Day, we tell you all about the challenges …

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Uncovering the Link between Diabetes and Alzheimer’s

Diabetes and Alzheimer’s

Recent studies have suggested that there is a close link between diabetes and Alzheimer’s. In fact, this unique connection that has been uncovered by researchers indicates that spike in sugar levels can cause loss of memory in people. On World Alzheimer’s Day, we tell you all about this condition and how elevated sugar levels can become a cause for Alzheimer’s. …

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Diabetes and First Aid – What To Do for High & Low Blood Sugar Levels

Diabetes and First Aid – First aid for diabetes

Emergencies never come informed. Therefore, staying prepared to strike back is quite essential, especially in medical conditions. One such condition where one must be prepared is diabetes. Since people with fluctuating sugar levels have a long list of medications along with devices and equipments, first aid for diabetes is quite useful for them. On World First Aid Day, we tell …

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