Posts Tagged ‘Blood Glucose’

Sleep ’tis a gentle thing..

Oh Sleep..’tis a gentle thing, belov’d from pole to pole.. Our occasional blogger, Dave Barnes, has shared his thoughts on the ‘night life’ experienced by most people living with type 1 diabetes: the lack of sleep, the various physical needs that must be attended to through the night, the impossibility of an uninterrupted night’s sleep,…

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“I forgot to measure my BGL ….. “

Guest Post from David Mapletoft, Diabetes Educator Do you use your blood glucose level meter like a compass, giving you some direction with your diabetes self care plan? And if so, is missing an occasional blood glucose level really a problem? At a meeting of diabetes health care professional specialists a few years ago I met an…

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5 Tips for managing diabetes at events

Guest Post Sally Marchini, Dietitian With party season well on its way, one of our members has suggested that it would be helpful to have a few easy to remember tips to help him from overeating and spinning out not only his weight that he’s been working so hard to keep under control, but also…

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Juggling Wellness and Diabetes

Guest Post Sally Marchini, Dietitian I’m writing this personal kind of blog on a Saturday. I love Saturdays. They encompass lots of things I love to do which all contribute to my wellbeing.  This morning I was out on my run and because it’s Saturday and lovely Spring weather lots of my neighbours were also…

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