Principle 7: Get Checked for Long Term Problems And Treat Them

To check for problems that diabetes can cause, you should see your doctor or other health care providers on a regular basis.

Doing this can prevent problems or find them early, when they can be treated and managed well.

Action Plan:

Ask your doctor or other health care providers about how often you should have your:

  • Feet checked

  • Eyes tested

  • Kidneys Tested

Ask your doctor or other health care providers about other tests you may also need to have:

Mark them down and have them done.

In Summary:

To take good care of yourself and live a better life while actively fighting the diabetes attacking you, use these 7 principles:

  1. Find out what type of diabetes is attacking you

  2. Get regular care

  3. Learn to control the diabetes attacking you

  4. Treat high blood sugar (click here to learn about the products we have that may be of assistance)

  5. Monitor your blood sugar level

  6. Diagnose and treat to prevent long term problems.

  7. Get checked for long term problems and treat them

Remember, people who have diabetes and keep their blood sugar under control can expect to live a long and active life.

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This information has been gleaned from research and from publications of the National Diabetes Education Program among others.

 

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