Emily Dentinger,Type 1 '98, Pumper '08, CGM '15

Emily Dentinger,Type 1 '98, Pumper '08, CGM '15
Type 1 '98, Pumper '08, CGM '15

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3 things that help me deal with Diabetes and Depression

Posted by Emily Dentinger,Type 1 '98, Pumper '08, CGM '15 on Nov 28, 2018 10:02:39 AM

According to Diabetes Canada, people with diabetes are 30% more likely to have depression than those without diabetes.  These numbers are rather alarming, but also quite understandable.  Diabetes is a 24/7 job with no breaks or paid lunches.  Rather, it makes us think about it morning, noon, and night, and it doesn’t take much for our hard work to come crumbling down.  It’s easy to think “why bother?”.

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Tags: diabetes supports in Canada, managing diabetes, diabetes and mental health, handling the stress of diabetes care, diabetes and depression, diabetes burnout, mental health

Diabetes and Anxiety: You're Not Alone

Posted by Emily Dentinger,Type 1 '98, Pumper '08, CGM '15 on Mar 26, 2018 8:34:31 AM

Diabetes is not an easy disease to deal with.  Most Diabetics look calm, cool, and collected on the outside, but on the inside, there can be constant worry about going too high or too low, and all the factors that can negatively affect this.  It isn't hard to figure out how all of this can lead to anxiety.   After all, we are picking up the slack of an internal organ!  We are our pancreas!  That isn't a small feat.  However since we are human as well, we aren't by any means perfect.  Things won't always go the way we want.  Anxiety can feel like it is taking over your life, however there is a way to get back to yourself.  Here are 4 things to remember if your Diabetes is causing you anxiety.

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Tags: diabetes tips, diabetes, type 1 diabetes, mental health, anxiety, diabetes burnout

     

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