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Are you being pro-active enough with your t1d management?

by IBD Medical on May 08, 2023

For people with t1d, being proactive with their health involves regularly monitoring their blood sugar levels, adhering to a healthy diet and exercise routine, taking insulin as prescribed, and attending regular medical check-ups. It's also essential to stay informed about new treatments and technologies that may improve diabetes management and to seek support from healthcare professionals, diabetes educators, and support groups. By being proactive in managing t1d, individuals can reduce the risk of complications and improve their overall health and well-being.

In this episode , Andi talks about the difference between pro-active and re-active management of t1d and she will help you figure out which side you fall towards and how you can improve your management! 


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