When your head is spinning, you need a list of questions to ensure you get all the info you need...
Use these questions to help keep calm. Write down the answers below each question so that you can review your answers at home when the news has sunk in...
1. How often should I test my blood sugar
, and what do I do if it is too high or too low?
2. How do I test my blood sugar
and what can affect levels?
3. Which foods and drinks should I avoid, now that I have diabetes
4. What types of exercise will help me manage my illness?
Did you know diabetes is reversible?
5. How can I lose weight to help manage this condition?
6. Should I start seeing other doctors regularly, such as an eye doctor?
7. Do I need to take my medications even on days that I feel fine? And, what happens if I don't?
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What you need to know when first diagnosed with diabetes...
Experiencing feelings of anger, shock, resentment, betrayal, shame, denial and even depression
are completely normal, when you're diagnosed with diabetes. Be sure to communicate your diagnosis to your family and friends so they can support you through this initial emotional rollercoaster.
I am not going to lie to you; you will need to commit to making changes to your lifestyle to manage your condition - and more importantly, to reduce its impact on your health.
Do everything you can to balance your blood sugar.