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Coronavirus: Advice for people living with diabetes

16 June 2020

Here are some helpful tips on what precautions you should take, and what you need to know The World Health Organization (WHO) declared that spread of the coronavirus as a pandemic in March, and and most countries have seen outbreaks. Although the UK is seeing a decline in the number of new cases and hospitalisations, we all still need to be careful and try to reduce the spread of the virus as much as possible. People with diabetes are classed by the NHS and UK Government as 'clinically vulnerable' Although this means someone with diabetes is not required to shield themselves, they are...

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mySugr Pro Offer

Free access to mySugr Pro diabetes management app for all adults with diabetes in the UK & Ireland at time of crisis

30 March 2020

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented challenge for the health system, necessitating new ways of working. As a company, we wish to offer our support by providing a year’s free access for all adults with diabetes to our diabetes management app, mySugr Pro, to help both patients and clinicians.

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Ten ways to build better eating habits

23 December 2019

If you are looking to build better eating habits, try our 10 tips for learning how to make small changes to your diet and overcome cravings. Some may be easy to adopt, while others may require a little more effort. Remember, you don’t have to try to change all your eating habits at once. Start slow and give yourself a chance to really make some progress. Measure your food to get an idea of portion size. Get an inexpensive food scale and measure your servings. This can be a huge eye-opener, especially when you start measuring things like pasta and breakfast cereal. You don’t have...

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Celebrating the holidays with diabetes

17 December 2019

Don’t let your diabetes put a damper on your holiday celebrations and festivities. By just making a few changes to your day-to-day routine, you can continue to properly manage your diabetes and still be able to enjoy all the fun and festivities of the holidays. Don’t underestimate how stress affects diabetes You would think that with all the fun, laughter, and excitement that surround the holidays it would be a stress-free event, but it isn’t. Holidays can be extremely stressful and that stress can really affect your diabetes. When the body is...

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What do you do when your sugars go high?

17 December 2019

Hyperglycaemia, when blood glucose levels rise too high, happens to many people living with Type 1 diabetes. Penelope Hamilton-Evans, diabetes specialist nurse, Diabetes Care For You at Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust offers advice. For those on insulin occasional mild episodes can be managed using correction doses and may remedy themselves, but hyperglycaemia, often called a hyper, can lead to complications over time. If you are on...

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Getting down with the flu – How to manage diabetes when you are ill

8 December 2019

Seasonal influenza, also referred to as “the flu,” is estimated to affect 5-15% of the population1 each year. While the flu can be mild and uncomplicated for most people, it can be a more serious problem for the elderly, the young, pregnant women, and people with certain health conditions – such as diabetes. More than 425 million adults2 across the world...

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What is resistance training and why you should care

6 December 2019

Christel from Diabetes Strong takes you through why everyone living with diabetes should include resistance training in their routine and how to get started. I absolutely love resistance training! I love how empowered it makes me feel and how it helps me manage my diabetes. Resistance training simply means that you put your muscles to work, building strength by using your bodyweight, resistance bands or weights. The beauty of all of these options is that resistance training doesn’t have to happen in a gym and you don’t need a lot of expensive equipment. I find it so empowering because I love seeing...

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How to start enjoying exercise

5 December 2019

You have probably heard, many times, that you need to exercise. But that just sounds like something else you “have to do”. What if we look at it a different way? So that it does not seem so much like a chore but more like something you have fun doing and you look forward to because it makes you feel good. Take a minute to think about the things you like to do for fun and write them down. What does that look like? Hanging out with your friends and/or family? Exploring new places or trying new things? What sounds more appealing – being indoors or outside. Your exercise program should be a...

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mySugr and Accu-Chek Mobile

mySugr and the Accu-Chek Mobile wireless adapter can make life with diabetes easier

4 December 2019

When does 1+1=5? Right now. We’ll show you 5 things that improve by combining the Accu-Chek Mobile and the mySugr app with the Accu-Chek Mobile wireless adapter. When you combine the Accu-Chek Mobile blood glucose monitoring system with the new Accu-Chek Mobile wireless adapter and the mySugr app, keeping track of your diabetes gets a whole lot easier. You have things to do and diabetes management can sometimes get in the way. It’s hard enough to remember birthdays and PIN numbers, let alone having to write down blood glucose readings. This is exactly where the mySugr app comes into play. It can take care of...

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