Diabetes Complications Articles
Take extra care in choosing footwear that fits well, avoid walking around barefoot, and inspect your feet yourself every day.
Keeping your A1C, blood pressure, and lipid results (cholesterol and triglyceride levels) in a safe range are the most important factors to avoiding neuropathy.
If your feet are tingling, you may have neuropathy. Learn about your next steps here.
If anything were really wrong with my foot, it would hurt … right? WRONG.
Do you really know why foot damage occurs with diabetes?
Diabetes can cause problems, literally head-to-toe. And the damage that can occur to your feet is no joke.
Diabetes-related sexual troubles plague an enormous number of people with all types of diabetes, including plenty of women.
Relaxation can help you deal with your "everyday frustrations" of diabetes.
Negative feelings and a sense of being overwhelmed are incredibly common among people with diabetes.
We tend to think of developing complications as “the end of the line.” Not so.
Having diabetes does not mean that all this bodily damage is necessarily in your future. You can work to avoid it.
Regular screenings are key to preventing diabetic complications.
Diabetes-related complications may seem to appear suddenly, they are actually the outcome of long periods of poor diabetes care.
Knowing what complications you may face as a diabetic is a big key to preventing them.
One of the biggest concerns with managing diabetes is keeping up with the complications and how to avoid them. Check out these 5 tips on avoiding complications.