You cannot wish away diabetes, nor can you ignore it forever without suffering from one, or more of the complications that can occur as a result of having diabetes.
There is a saying that says, "What you don't know, can't hurt you."
That may be true in some cases, but not when it comes to diabetes, with diabetes the more that you know, the more that you do, and the sooner that you do it consistently, the better off you will be!
It's easy to put off dealing with your diabetes until "tomorrow" yet diabetes doesn't put off damaging your body, and it's not going to do it later today, it started doing its damage to you, "yesterday."
By the time that you are diagnosed with diabetes, you are behind in the race!
Take the time out to learn all that you can about diabetes and the methods that are used to control it.
Visit your doctor, do whatever is required of you, and most importantly document your results daily, by doing so you will be providing yourself with visual proof that will help to motivate you to new heights in managing your diabetes.
So don't just sit there doing nothing …
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