You Can Control Your Type 2 Diabetes

Every individual who has been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes needs to learn how to manage diabetes effectively. They need to come up with a personal plan to manage diabetes which includes monitoring blood sugar levels, choosing the best foods in order to control the blood sugar level, losing weight if necessary

 

Anyone who has type 2 diabetes knows that staying healthy is all about controlling the blood sugar level within his or her body.

It involves changing eating habits, becoming more active and taking any necessary medications in order to keep your blood sugar under control.

You need to understand what your ideal weight range is and how to get there safely.

You need to be partners with your diabetic doctor.

You need to understand the relationship between your disease, the food you eat and the physical activity level you achieve each day.

Every individual who has been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes needs to learn how to manage diabetes effectively.

They need to come up with a personal plan to manage diabetes which includes monitoring blood sugar levels, choosing the best foods in order to control the blood sugar level, losing weight if necessary, and following other healthy lifestyles that will foster good health including avoiding alcohol consumption and smoking.

Managing your type 2 diabetes means understanding all you can about the disease so that you and your doctor can be partners in your care.

Partnering with your Diabetes Doctor:

Adult Onset Diabetes

Type 1 diabetes is when the body does not produce any insulin. It occurs more often in children, teens and youth. Type 2 diabetes is typically diagnosed in adults. Type 2 diabetics do not produce insulin or their cells ignore the insulin in their body. Type 2 diabetes is the more common type of diabetes. Diabetes Information
 

In order for you to receive the best diabetic care from your doctor you need to be able to fully participate in your diabetes management plan.

To do this you need to understand the disease and how weight, eating habits, and physical activity affect your blood sugar level.

You need to understand why you may need to take medications to control your blood sugar and what relationship exists between your medications and the foods you consume.

In order for your doctor to be able to effectively advice and direct your care, there needs to be an honest relationship between you and the doctor.

You need to be totally honest with the doctor regarding your lifestyle and habits, which includes any recreational drugs, alcohol consumption and smoking.

You can your doctor will design a diabetic plan management program that will be used by you when treating your diabetes.

The plan will be based on physical exam, test results, and your input.

You will be seeing your doctor on a regular basis. The doctor will rely on not only test and exam results but also your honest input when deciding any changes to your diabetes management plan.

You can take charge of your type 2 diabetes. You can live with and manage your disease with confidence.

  
 


Living with Diabetes Successfully
◦  Basic Facts About Diabetes
◦  Keeping Your Eyes and Feet Healthy When You Are Diabetic
◦  Monitoring Your Blood Glucose Level When You Are Diabetic
◦  Preventing Complications When You Are Diabetic
◦  Proper Nutrition For The Diabetic
◦  Understanding Type 1 Diabetes
◦  Understanding What Type 2 Diabetes is All About
◦  What You Can Do To Help A Family Member Who Has Diabetes
◦  You Can Control Your Type 2 Diabetes