3 edition of Explaining diabetes found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||RC660.5 .L68 2010|
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|LC Control Number||2008049290|
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Dr. Candice Hall, D.C. brings you a comprehensive overview of type 2 diabetes — explaining why so many diabetics continue to struggle with diabetic symptoms and complications despite routine conventional treatment. Explore innovative solutions to restore optimal health and heal your type 2 diabetes forever. In type 1 diabetes (which used to be called insulin-dependent diabetes or juvenile diabetes), the pancreas can't make insulin. The body can still get glucose from food but the glucose can't get into the cells where it's needed. Glucose stays in the blood, which makes the blood sugar level very high and causes health problems.
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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central 5/5(2). I'm assuming if you're reading this post that you do, so I'd love to share my 5 best type 2 diabetes books that I'd like to recommend.
#1 Best Type 2 Diabetes Diet Book. One of my favorite books on diet for type 2 diabetes is ‘The Blood Sugar Solution‘ by Dr Mark Hyman. Diabetes is difficult to explain to a child. The way I approach it is to explain how they’ve been feeling prior to the diagnosis.
So for example, a child has been peeing constantly, thirsty beyond belief, wetting the bed, feeling tired and drained and irritable and so I explain it by explaining how they’ve been feeling. Even men with diabetes need support sometimes, and this page book is the first of its kind: stories of triumph for men with diabetes, written by.
Get this from a library. Explaining diabetes. [Anita Loughrey] -- An introduction to diabetes that discusses symptoms, diagnosis, medication, hypoglycemia, health issues, diet, exercise, living with.
«Type 2 Diabetes Understanding diabetes is the first step Explaining diabetes book managing it. Learn what diabetes is and how it affects your body, what kind of diabetes you have, and how to manage your health.
Diabetes management. Books on diabetes management have been around for a while and you might even have been given one when you were diagnosed. Some focus on explaining diabetes and blood sugar management, while others, like Dr.
Bernstein’s diabetes books, lay out a whole paradigm for how to live your life with diabetes. Stern herself was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when she was 32 years old, so the story and activities no doubt reflect the challenges that she had explaining her diabetes to her two children.
If you are an adult with diabetes and want to help your kids understand what diabetes is. InEmma Dillon and Emma Netherwood were having a hard time explaining diabetes to their own children with Type 1 as well as other children. The two moms from Stockport, England decided to create a children’s book on life with diabetes called Ivy and Iver Take on Type 1.
The comic book style illustrations by Micah Chambers-Goldberg beautifully connect children and parents to the world of diabetes. The book includes a kid friendly diagram that explains type 1 diabetes, and definitions that discuss both type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Caillou is confused when Emma is allowed to have extra snacks at preschool.
Disadvantages of explaining your diabetes. Generally, honesty is the best policy but there could be some down sides to consider when explaining type 1 diabetes to your children. You’ll want to explain your diabetes in a way they’ll understand and in such a way as to not to cause them excessive worry.
So before explaining diabetes to a child, it is important that you are certain of your facts. Talk to doctors and others who live with the disease. Make sure you tell the child only what he or she needs to know and can understand.
Explaining diabetes to a 3-year-old would be much different than explaining the disease to. Explaining Diabetes is a comprehensive guide to diabetes whether type 1 or type 2 and offers the reader guidelines which will help to either avoid the onset or, if already diagnosed, to manage the : Straightforward Publishing.
What is Diabetes. Diabetes: A Brief History Type 1 Diabetes Type 2 Diabetes Symptoms and Diagnosis Medication Hypoglycemia Eyes, Skin, and Feet Other Health Issues Healthy Eating and Drinking Physical Activity Living with Diabetes Diabetes and Families Diabetes at School Growing Up with Author: Anita Loughrey.
With diabetes, glucose is unable to travel to the cells due to a lack of insulin or insulin resistance. This means too much glucose remains in the\n blood, causing high blood glucose readings. Excess body fat ‘clogs’ the lock, making it harder for the insulin to open the door.
By losing weight,\n it is easier for the insulin to do its job. Explaining Diabetes is a comprehensive guide to diabetes whether type 1 or type 2 and offers the reader guidelines which will help to either avoid the onset or, if already diagnosed, to manage the condition. Let's Explore Diabetes With Owls is a collection of narrative essays by David Sedaris.
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Managing diabetes is a daily challenge. There are so many variables to keep in mind -- food, exercise, stress, general health, etc. -- that keeping blood sugar levels in the desired range is a constant balancing act. We want to make managing diabetes easier. So, the DRI's Education Team has developed short brochures about the topics listed.
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This means that understanding how to explain a diagnosis of diabetes is a key clinical skill. This guide is a step by step approach to explaining a diagnosis of diabetes and should be used in conjunction with our “Information giving – an overview” guide.
Check out the diabetes explanation OSCE mark scheme : Carlo Ross.Kim Gosselins book, Rufus Comes Home, is about a young boy named Brian who discovers that he has Diabetes. After feeling lonely while adjusting to his new lifestyle his mom gives his a bear named Rufus to help him feel better.
The book goes into detail about the disease in a kid-friendly way/5. Fortunately, when it comes to explaining the diabetes devices and tools we wear and carry around with us, there's a new book that can help. And .