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Subject:  Why Stress Management Is Essential For Diabetics Date:  3/4/2022  12:06 AM
Author:  CMF_Fuskie Number:  2891 of 2920

If you’re one of the more than 30 million people in the United States living with type 2 diabetes, it’s very important to manage your stress ? both the everyday stress everyone faces and the extra stress that comes with a chronic condition. The more stressed out you are, the more sugar the stress hormone cortisol pumps into your bloodstream, elevating the blood sugar you’re working so hard to control through diet, exercise, or medicine. Keep the stress factor in mind as you’re following your treatment plan. These stress and diabetes tips can help.

https://healthguides.cnn.com/your-guide-to-treating-diabetes...

Fuskie
Who thinks if living with diabetes wasn't stressful enough, the world is full of triggers that can make stress management vital for anyone, diabetic or not...

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