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Posts tagged: Type 1 Diabetes

6 Stress Management Tips for Better Skin and Blood Sugar

6 Stress Management Tips for Better Skin and Blood Sugar

Stress isn’t fun, but it's not all bad. This physiological response releases hormones that change how the body functions. It keeps you alive in survival situations and motivates you to do your best. However, the stress response was meant to last in short bursts. Chronic stress keeps the body in...

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How to Prevent Itchy Athlete’s Foot When You Have Diabetes

How to Prevent Itchy Athlete’s Foot When You Have Diabetes
Diabetes causes a wide range of changes in how the body functions, including cardiovascular issues that affect the skin and feet. Those changes make you more susceptible to the notorious and itchy athlete’s foot. As the name implies, this fungal infection is usually associated with sweaty feet in locker rooms. You can prevent a bout of athlete’s foot by consistently caring for your feet (and skin on the feet) and being prepared in conditions where athlete’s foot thrives.

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6 Tips for Healthier Diabetic Skin From the Inside Out

6 Tips for Healthier Diabetic Skin From the Inside Out

Diabetes can cause blood vessels to shrink, resulting in poor circulation and blood flow, leading to everything from dry skin to more serious problems like nerve damage. The skin is also your body’s first line of defense against infection. You can strengthen your skin from the inside out with a...

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5 Footcare Tips for Active Diabetics

5 Footcare Tips for Active Diabetics
Walking, biking, hiking, swimming—regular exercise is an important part of diabetes management. The type of activity doesn’t necessarily matter as long as you do it regularly.

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Early Diabetes Warning Signs on the Skin

Early Diabetes Warning Signs on the Skin

5 Foot Care Tips for Active Diabetics The skin acts as your body’s protective layer. Yet, it can also be a warning beacon of processes happening (or not happening) within the body. Some people develop diabetes in what feels like an overnight change, while others show signs of pre-diabetes for...

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