Life throws a differnt curves at times!

Usha K
By Usha K Latest Reply 2011-06-14 17:07:55 -0500
Started 2011-06-10 23:01:33 -0500

Well Diabetes is surely managable rpovided we are meantally ready to accept the fact. The we can handle our emotiosn and find a solution to it.
Because I am diabetic I started to look into all my senior personnels that I care for, some very good in shape some not and I cna tell what would ahve really gone wrong .It is the nutrition, exercise walk and water intake . it is also the commitment that the person is determined to keep up!
If we act responsibily we can atleast manage to brign oru numbers down. SO PLEASE KEEP DOING ANY BABY STEPS AND KEEP ADVANCING IN THE PROGRESSIVE WAY TOWARDS YOUR BIGGER GOALS!

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JoleneAL 2011-06-11 18:35:33 -0500 Report

My MIL had a mild stroke a couple weeks ago - her second. Part of the treatment in the hospital for stroke victims we learned is to monitor their glucose levels. She was receiving shots when it when above 150. Then hubby start picking about her low-sodium, high carb meals she was receiving to help get her BS down. Today she is doing much better but complained to me she feels defeated she can't do more. But WE see her progress. And the rehab facility at least gives her good meals to keep her sugar down. I told her just today - baby steps mom, baby steps!

Usha K
Usha K 2011-06-14 17:07:55 -0500 Report

I will certainly keep her in my prayers for recovery. Please encourage her and motivate her to eat vegetables and fruits & low carb ,low sodium ,low sugar recipes!!!!

Harlen 2011-06-11 10:45:51 -0500 Report

As with all things hard ,one can only win taking one little step at a time
Best wishes