I see two possibilities: (1) how does stress cause diabetes and (2) how does stress complicate your treatment of your diabetes?
Recently I commented to a fellow health practitioner that I wondered how much of a role stress had in causing my diabetes given I have had jobs that involve life/death choices over much of the last 30 years. He looked surprised, then said, "Of course it does! Stress interferes with carbohydrate metabolism!"
How does it affect your life and health? What do you do to lessen the affect?
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