Saturday, January 31, 2015

Depression

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Having diabetes can lead to feelings of depression because it is a serious and difficult disease to manage.  Stress is created from the all-encompassing management and lifestyle changes that need to occur. Therefore, it is important to know the signs of depression and seek help.

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Recently, I have been venting a lot about my frustrations with diabetes, sorry to be such a downer.   Just been in a totally bad mood about it. I've been really struggling with having a lot of low blood sugars, and then those annoying rebounding highs the past couple of weeks. Ugh!!!   I have also been very busy at work and I have…

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John S. Bell, Health Guide, commented on Life Lessons about Living with Type 2… Thanks!  Your username is not a bad metaphor either:  a life…

04/25/10

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Shelly Young, LPC, Health Guide, posted 3 Stressful Communication Styles Not to… There are copious amounts of research supporting the fact that stress…

04/12/10

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Shelly Young, LPC, Health Guide, posted Understanding Diabetes Depression and… Diabetes and its challenges can trigger negative emotions leading to inner…

02/18/10

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David Mendosa, Health Guide, commented on Dealing with Diabetes and Depression Dear Jim,   I am so glad that it works for you and sincerely wish that…

02/11/10

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