- Image copyright – Getty Images – – – – Many people living with diabetes are struggling with related emotional problems – an issue that needs support and recognition, a charity says.Diabetes UK surveyed 8,500 people about diabetes and how it affected their daily life.Three in five said their condition made…
- “Life-changingThe number of people diagnosed with diabetes – type 1 and type 2 – is on the rise.
- According to Diabetes UK, about 700 people are diagnosed every day.And it’s a life-changing diagnosis.Those affected often have to check their blood sugars up to 10 times a day and plan their meal breaks – and what they will be eating – factoring in any exercise they may be doing….
- It is usually seen in adults and is often associated with obesity – It is important to keep blood sugar under control to prevent health complications – Symptoms of type 2 diabetes include – feeling very thirsty, passing urine more often than usual, particularly at night and feeling very tired…
- “We want to see a system where specialist support – from people who understand diabetes – is made available to those who need it.
Living with diabetes can lead to significant emotional problems, a survey finds.
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