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Tools & resources

If you have diabetes, it is very important that you learn to care for yourself and your health. Keeping your blood glucose levels within your target range is the best way to stay healthy. This section can help you learn about diabetes, and provides tools and resources to help you with your diabetes management.


what is diabetes

What is diabetes?

Diabetes is where blood glucose (or sugar) levels run too high. Diabetes currently affects 425 million adults worldwide and is expected to increase to 649 million by 2045.1

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blood glucose monitoring

Blood glucose monitoring

If you take certain medication, having knowledge of your blood glucose levels is an integral part of having diabetes.

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driving and diabetes

Driving and diabetes

Having diabetes does not mean you cannot drive, however there are some things to keep in mind before getting behind the wheel.

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travelling with diabetes


From exploring foreign countries, experiencing new cultures, seeing impressive places of interest, having diabetes shouldn’t hold you back.

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hypos and hypers

Hypos and Hypers

Hyperglycaemia is when your blood glucose levels are too high and hypoglycaemia occurs when your blood glucose levels drop too low.

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prescription support

Prescription support

Diabetes UK research has found that people with diabetes are experiencing restrictions accessing test strips and certain blood glucose meters.1

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mysugr app

mySugr app

The free mySugr logbook app is an easy and complete diabetes tracker for your phone (iOS and Android).

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accu-chek 360 view tool

Accu-Chek 360° View tool

The Accu-Chek 360° View tool could help you reduce your HbA1c and have more meaningful conversations with your healthcare professional.1

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carbohydrate counting tool

Carbohydrate counting tool

Use our handy tool to find out how carbohydrate counting could benefit you.

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average blood glucose and the hba1c test

Average blood glucose and the HbA1c test

Your HbA1c (also known as A1c or glycated haemoglobin) can give a general gauge of your diabetes management.

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Accu-Chek Testing in Pairs tool

Testing in Pairs is a paper tool designed to help you see changes in your blood sugar before and after a specific meal, exercise, or other event.

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Disclaimer: The diabetes information provided on this website is intended to give you basic information on diabetes. It is not intended to be a complete resource. Please speak to your healthcare professional for information relevant to your individual circumstances.