By Web Team
This year was chock-full of diabetes news, cutting-edge research, nutrition updates and more. In celebration of 2018, Diabetes Self-Management is looking back at the year’s most-read stories and serving up the news and information you found most helpful and useful.
The primary goal of diabetes treatment is to bring blood sugar (or glucose) as close to normal as possible. But what is a normal blood sugar level and how can it be achieved? This how-to-guide highlights the American Diabetes Association recommendations for proper blood sugar management and includes a must-keep blood sugar chart and more. Read the guide >>
Common indicators of high blood sugar are increased thirst, frequent urination, blurry vision, slow healing of cuts and more. What prompts these symptoms and why do they occur? Find out here >>
Monitoring your blood sugar level on a regular basis and analyzing the results is believed by many to be a crucial part of the treatment equation. Find out what the recommended glucose levels are and when to monitor >>
Fatigue is one of the most common and disabling diabetes symptoms. It can disrupt and interfere with all aspects of daily living. What causes diabetes fatigue, why is it so widespread and what can be done about it? Get the answers to these questions and more >>
Historically, looking at urine has been a way for doctors to gauge a person’s condition, especially before other types of testing were available. So, what is your urine telling you about your health? Find out some possibilities here >>
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