3 edition of When your doctor says diabetes found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by David A. Cooke|
|Series||When your doctor says|
|LC Classifications||RC660.4 .W457 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 419 p. :|
|Number of Pages||419|
|LC Control Number||2010037070|
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When Your Doctor Says Diabetes: A Guide to Regaining Control Over Your Health and Well-Being: Medicine & Health Science Books @ 4/5(1). When Your Doctor Says: Diabetes offers authoritative information about what to expect if you have been recently diagnosed with type 1, type 2, or gestational diabetes.
It includes facts about blood sugar monitoring and other commonly used medical tests. My Doctor Says I Have a Little Diabetes was designed to help you do just that. Written in easy-to-understand language, this book begins by explaining the basics of diabetes and diabetes care.
The authors define exactly what diabetes is, and dispel many common misconceptions about this disorder. Get this from a library. When your doctor says diabetes: a guide to regaining control over your health and well-being.
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Your diabetes care team will depend on you to talk to them honestly and supply information about your body. Monitoring your blood sugar tells your doctors whether your current treatment is.
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Here are some tips to help you maximize the time spent with your doctor and keep the lines of communication open as you manage your diabetes health plan: Sit down and think about your upcoming visit: the reason for the visit and any change in your diabetes or other illnesses you may have had since the last time you saw the doctor.
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Bring your glucose records. If you have a log book or a glucose meter that keeps track of levels, bring that information to appointments. This helps your doctor to help you pin down the food Author: Reader's Digest Editors. The key is to print out the right data and to print it out in a meaningful way.
Focus on trend data. “Type 1 diabetes in particular is such an 'in the moment' type of disease,” Cox says. The OGTT is a two-hour test that checks your blood sugar levels before and 2 hours after you drink a special sweet drink.
It tells the doctor how your body processes sugar. Diabetes is diagnosed at 2 hour blood sugar of greater than or equal to mg/dl. Research (online, at the library, or through your insurance company) new treatments or medications for diabetes that you may want to discuss with your doctor.
Make notes of what the doctor says. You can do this in the exam room or in the waiting room after your appointment. The Fit With Diabetes eBook is based on my experience as a fitness professional living with diabetes as well as all the scientific information I’ve researched.
I wanted to write this book because everybody living with diabetes should have access to the knowledge of how to. Get this from a library. My doctor says I have a little diabetes.
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10 Common Blood Sugar Testing Mistakes. Pastore says. Talk to your doctor about your results to determine if any changes need to be made to your diabetes management plant. An important step is knowing what to this excerpt fromRivas book Diabetes Dos & How-Tos, an instruction manual for what to do and how to do it to best manage your diabetes,she shares how to get the most out of our visits with our health care professionals.
Bring Your Doctor These Questions. If you have diabetes watch for these warning signs that something is amiss – and make sure you know how to respond #1. Blurry vision. Vision changes may mean your blood sugar is high, says endocrinologist Alan L.
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Sitting in a doctor's office and getting bad news is never a good feeling. When the doctor looks at you and says that you have Type 2 Diabetes, your heart may pound with anxiety as you imagine the worst things that could happen such as blindness, losing a limb, taking.
Well, I’m not the author of the book (The Day Diabetes Cure) nor a doctor, but I would say that your doctor knows how to keep someone depressed and hooked to his treatment.
Depending on the type of diabetes you have, you can control a lot of what happens to your body through diet and sport/5(23). Diabetes care is not rocket science.
Look at your glycosylated hemoglobin (A1C). Is it under 7. Look at your morning fasting blood sugars. Are they typically below. Do you understand how to eat a diabetic diet. Is one of your medications metfo.
He places his focus on the national epidemic of type 2 diabetes. The book offers “8 steps to reverse your diabetes in 8 weeks” which involve steps like disconnecting from grains and learning how to eat properly again like by learning when to stop and how to recognize true hunger versus eating due to other reasons.
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Shepherd says she was in denial after she was diagnosed with pre-diabetes. "That said to me I'm not diabetic so I can eat the way I want" including barbecue, mac and Author: Nanci Hellmich, USA TODAY.
My new book says on the cover that it is a part of "The Marlowe Diabetes Library" while the spine says the publisher is Marlowe & Company and the title page says the publisher is Author: David Mendosa.
Predicting diabetes: The diagnosis that puts you at risk Sally Brozek, a dietician and certified diabetes educator at Piedmont Hospital, shares with us about prediabetes, a condition that puts you at risk for developing type 2 diabetes, and lifestyle factors that can prevent diabetes.
Your doctor needs your data to provide therapy. Diabetes and data go hand in hand. Without data, it is nearly impossible to know to change or where to focus.
Unless your blood glucose level fluctuation and your reactions to insulin and medication treatments, there is no way your doctor can help you create a treatment plan to combat your. Make sure to ask your doctor about testing for diabetes soon after delivery and again 6 weeks after delivery.
Continue to eat healthy foods and exercise regularly. Have regular checkups and get your blood sugar checked by your doctor every 1 to 3 years. Talk with your doctor about your plans for more children before your next pregnancy.
If that means doing a YouTube workout in your living room a few times a week or getting into bed (with a good book!) earlier than normal, do it. Food is your friend, as well. Roshan says you’ll want to keep a low-carbohydrate diet while keeping your glucose values in range.
What's scary is that you may not always know how high blood sugar is affecting your health. "Diabetes is called the silent killer for a reason," says Dr. Lorena Lewy-Alterbaum, an endocrinologist Author: Vanessa Caceres. If your blood glucose is elevated but not yet at diabetic levels, your doctor may diagnose you with prediabetes.
This is a major red flag that should prompt you to take action, Dr. Gilligan says. Prediabetes typically means you have a 50 percent chance of developing full .