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Living with a chronic disease daily can be difficult and tiring, this is why it is crucial to build a support network to help ease the emotional and physical burden of living with diabetes. It is important to set up your own ‘diabetes care team’ as they will help lead you to a path of control and provide guidance and support. Who can be a part of your diabetes care team? It can be anyone who helps provide comfort and assistance, for example;
Your doctor - They are a crucial member of your support network as they will provide constant guidance about what to expect, what to do, and what to avoid. However, it is important to notify your doctor of any changes in your condition whether it be good or bad. As they can only offer assistance based on what they are aware of.
Your dietitian - A diabetic dietitian is responsible for helping you to understand what you should and should not be eating as well as why. They provide knowledge regarding the foods you intend to consume and provide you with the tools to make your own health decisions.
Friends - Friends are a powerful influence as you often dine out with them. It is important for a friend to understand the importance of eating well and how to manage diabetes. Friends are able to provide support when you need help.
Family - Your family is an important area of your life and they are there to support and comfort you. They will help you to understand living with diabetes and how to control your blood glucose levels and manage your condition.
It is important to keep your support network in the loop about your ‘diabetes care plan’ so that they can help out and support you when you need it. Your diabetes care team is there to help you!
Glucology Store was born in Sydney Australia. Our mission is to help improve the lives of people living with diabetes by providing the best possible support products and information.
Remember to always seek advice from your medical practitioner before changing anything about your diabetes management. The above information is not medical advice