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Tips for Diabetes Control: How to Beat Diabetes Effectively?

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Type 2 Diabetes control is possible with proper nutrition and lifestyle changes.

If you are a diabetic, your goal should be to maintain a healthy weight, exercise regularly, and consume a well-balanced diet in order to improve blood sugar fluctuations. Many cases of type 2 diabetes can be avoided or postponed by maintaining a healthy weight, moving more, eating a nutritious diet, and not smoking.

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Follow These Tips for ‌Better Diabetes Control

Here are some easy things you can do every day to help you reach your goal.

Monitor Your Blood Glucose Regularly

Monitoring blood sugar levels allows you to see if you’re hitting your glucose goals, which can help you avoid long-term diabetic issues. Regular monitoring assists you in finding out what practices are keeping you healthy. You’d be able to analyze what spikes your blood glucose and what changes you need to make in your daily routine.

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Extra Tip: Keep a stock of sugar test trips.

Manage Stress and Anxiety

When you are stressed, you may pay less attention to your diabetes management. Stress can cause blood sugar levels to rise. When you are anxious, your body wants to get adequate sugar and fat for energy.

If anything bothers you, try to make modifications that will allow you to relax. Spend time with friends and family. Do mindfulness exercises and yoga. Talk to your doctor about your stress levels if the problem persists.

Avoid Smoking

Did you know that smoking makes your body resistant to insulin?

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Smoking causes blood sugar levels to rise. Uncontrolled blood sugar levels can cause major problems with your heart, kidneys and blood vessels. As smoking harms the cardiovascular system, it is advised for diabetics to stay away from smoking.


Physical activity on a regular basis can help you feel better. It also increases insulin sensitivity. As a result, your blood glucose levels may become more stable.


Begin slowly by going for 10-minute walks three times a day. Work on increasing your muscle strength twice a week. Maintain or achieve a healthy weight by following your diet plan and doing additional exercise.

It’s natural to feel overwhelmed, unhappy, or furious when you are living with diabetes. Talk to your health coach to make diabetes management easy.

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Shahana Khatoon

Shahana Khatoon

Shahana is a Senior Content Writer at BeatO and talks about Health. She's one of those women who feels too much and hence try to express all of it through her writings.

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