Get Smart with Type 2 Diabetes
How to Live Long & Well
We understand that being diagnosed with diabetes can create a mixture of emotions. In many cases the shock, fear and anxiety can interfere with a person’s ability to make necessary changes.
There’s an overwhelming amount of information available about diabetes which can create confusion and distress when searching for answers, especially when you’re not sure exactly what you need to know.
Managing diabetes means you:
- Understand the changes to your body with type 2 diabetes
- Know your safe target range for blood glucose levels
- Know what causes your blood glucose levels to rise
- Have the ability to make necessary changes to keep your levels safe
- Understand your pathology results, and know if they’re out of target range
- Know your diabetes health care team, and where to go for support
- Can recognize early signs or symptoms that your levels may be elevated
- Know how your diabetes medication works and when to stop taking them if necessary
- Attend appointments for regular screening.
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