If you have Diabetes, you’re one of millions of Americans living with the disease. And while November is National Diabetes Awareness Month, you know that managing Diabetes is a daily task that involves balancing your diet with exercise and prescribed medications.
According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease, you should use these resources as a guide on how to manage your diabetes every day:
- Know Your Blood Sugar Numbers
Learn why you should know your blood sugar numbers, how to check your blood sugar levels, target levels, and what to do if your levels are too low or too high.
- 4 Steps to Manage Your Diabetes for Life
Read these four steps to help you understand, monitor, and manage diabetes. This publication explains the diabetes ABCs and ways to stay healthy and manage the disease.
- What I Need to Know About Physical Activity and Diabetes
Learn how physical activity can help you take care of your diabetes. This resource provides ideas to help you get started on a physical activity plan.
- Diabetes HealthSense
Find resources to help you set goals, make you become healthier, and cope with the demands of diabetes management or prevention.
For more information about managing your diabetes, please visit: https://www.niddk.nih.gov/