My "7" Bad Habits as a Diabetic

Cherise Nicole Health Guide
  • LOL! I don't know why I decided to make this list, since I have nothing to hide I thought I would blog about My 7 "Bad" Habits as a Diabetic. I am not perfect and if anyone with diabetes say they are, you should play "knock, knock" on their head to make sure their brain is still there, lol. 

    Here I go...

    1.  Falling asleep before checking my bg's!!! I have wake up at 5 am to make it to work by 7 am. I have to get Niya and myself ready before 6:30 am; I have to be out the door by 6:30.  My Husband has a new duty, lol WAKE ME UP BEFORE YOU GO TO BED DUTY! I am actually getting a little better at testing before I fall asleep. 

    2.  Reese's Peanut butter cups...OMG!!! just thinking about them makes me want to hop in the car and drive to the gas station...lol I guess if I walked I could "Walk it off"...haha

    3.  Doritos (nacho cheese), and BBQ chips...I can not keep these 2 items in my house. I have to keep them out of site, out of my mind because I can eat them all day long. Not good for my girlish figure. 

    4.  Changing LANCETS! When I was first DX I changed my lancet all the time, lol everytime I tested. The last 6 months I haven't been good at doing it. I am going to work on this also.

    5. Walking Barefoot! Here is another thing I use to do when I was first DX. I always walked around with shoes or socks on, scared I would get an infection. Plus, my ENDO said I should always have something on my feet. I stopped doing this about a year ago. If I have to go to the bathroom in the middle of the night, I don't want to pee my pants (we usually wait to the last minute to go pee). It's either shoes, socks or pee my pants!!! What would you choose? 

    6. Washing hands before testing- Ok! I know I am not the only person who doesn't wash their hands all the time before testing their bg's. I learned a lesson, now I make sure I have something with me to clean my hands. If you touch something sweet it makes your bg's higher than what they are; not good for someone who is insulin dependent. 

    7. Diabetic Preaching- I didn't know if I mentioned this or not but I am Certified to Preach Diabetes to people...hahaha not! I do have a bad habit of trying to tell people who don't take care of their Diabetes, how to do so! I am trying to work on it, if you don't want to know the "Truth" don't ask. I have toned down a lot ***patting myself on the back****

    Here is my list, I came clean. I admit it's not really at that bad! I know there are a few things I need to improve on.  I think tomorrow I am going to blog about MY 7 "Good" habits as a Diabetic.  

     

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Published On: October 04, 2008