Diabetes Myths: The Perils of Not Getting the Truth About Managing Your Diabetes and Blood Sugar Levels
Living with Diabetes, as I have for over 28 years, can be a challenging journey, often complicated by the prevalence of myths and misconceptions that surround it. It's important to distinguish fact from fiction to effectively lower and balance your blood sugar levels, manage your emotions, manage your energy levels, and all the things that make up a high quality lifestyle that is absolutely possible for you with Diabetes.
The Consequences of Diabetes Misinformation
Diabetes myths and misconceptions can take you down a path that can accelerate the unwelcome consequences affecting your energy levels, mental clarity, and daily self-care. Not getting the full truth can result in:
- Unnecessary dietary restrictions, leading to an unbalanced diet.
- Poor blood sugar control, increasing the risk of complications and long-term health issues.
- Delayed or inadequate treatment and necessary self-care practices, jeopardizing your overall well-being.
- Anxiety and stress, as you navigate Diabetes without accurate information.
Unveiling the Facts
To effectively manage your Diabetes and maintain healthy blood sugar levels, it's essential to:
- Seek information from reputable sources
- Communicate openly with your healthcare coach and/or team to address your questions
- Participate in diabetes education programs to gain a deeper understanding of the condition
"Since Diabetes is managed mainly by the person who has it, the focus is to help people with diabetes develop the skills they need to self-manage their diabetes."
Center for Disease Control
In conclusion, the dangers of myths and not getting the full truth about best self-care practices for managing your diabetes and blood sugar levels are real and can impact your body with serious consequences. It's time to dispel the myths, embrace the facts, and take control of your Diabetes with knowledge and confidence. By doing so, you can lead a healthier and more fulfilling life while effectively managing your condition.
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Topic: Wellness Realities - A Diabetes Myth-Busting Event
Date: Tuesday, November 14th
Time: 1 pm
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Cheryl Ivaniski, D. Ac., C.H., RDH is a beacon of hope for countless high-achieving individuals across the globe. With her unique and effective Holistic Approach to Diabetes Wellness, she seamlessly merges traditional wisdom with contemporary practices, mindset transformations, and the finest holistic self-care techniques. Her signature 4-Step process, the "Diabetes Success System," is revolutionizing how people confidently embrace life, enjoying peace of mind and consistently stable blood sugars. With an unwavering commitment, Dr. Cheryl's mission is to empower millions worldwide, guiding them towards unparalleled health and well-being through her transformative education and methods.
TESTIMONIAL FOR DR CHERYL
"You've been phenomenally successful with this work. Thank you for being committed to helping people be well, happy and healthy." JACK CANFIELD, AMERICA'S LEADING AUTHORITY ON SUCCESS AND PERSONAL FULFILLMENT TRAINING
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The material and content contained in this platform is for overall general diabetes health and education information only. It is not intended to constitute medical advice or to be a substitution for professional medical recommendations, diagnosis or treatment. All specific medical questions or changes you make to your medication and/or lifestyle should be discussed and addressed with your primary healthcare provider. Having the right mindset, doing the right movements at the right times of day, and eating foods that help keep blood sugar, insulin, and inflammation manageable can dramatically reduce your risk of the all-too-common complications of Diabetes, increase your energy levels and have you feeling your best every day.