When first diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, many people naturally wonder how it will affect their lives and are concerned about the potential long-term complications. Understanding diabetes and the impact of activities such as eating, exercise, sick days and everyday life on your glucose levels is an important part of glucose management.
By understanding the body's needs and learning how to keep blood glucose within recommended levels, it is possible to manage diabetes effectively. Through understanding how to control blood glucose levels, activities such as eating out, sleeping in on weekends, playing sports and travelling abroad for trips or holidays can still be enjoyed to the full.
Hear the stories of other people with diabetes and discover how they have found their way to better control and a better quality of life.Read More
REAL T2 DIABETES STORY
Hear how Ashok is managing his Type 2 Diabetes
Although he was taking insulin injections, Ashok experienced hypos every 2-3 months and was frequently admitted to hospital. Since going on insulin pump therapy, his glucose levels are under control and he hasn’t experienced a hypo.
"My sugar levels are normal so I feel more energetic. I haven’t had a single hypo episode. I feel free.”
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