Principle 3: Learn How to Control the Diabetes Attacking You.
You and your family have the right to get correct information from your doctor and other health care providers in order to help control the diabetes attacking you. Demand that right. Question your doctor about the best treatments, medicines, alternative and complimentary medicines. Get a good understanding of all treatment options.
How Active Are You in Controlling the Diabetes Attacking You?
Look at the list below. Which of the phrases describe you?
I ask my doctor for accurate information about the type of diabetes attacking me.
I have spoken with my doctor about other people, like a nutritionist and diabetes educator, who can help me to learn to control the diabetes attacking me.
I ask the diabetes educator and nutritionist about diet and other ways to control the diabetes attacking me.
I talk to my doctor regularly about my any special needs I may have and new ways of controlling the diabetes attacking me.
If you are doing everything on the list above, congratulations! You are taking an active role in learning haw to control the diabetes attacking you. If you are not doing everything on the list, why not?
Resolve today to ask your doctor more about how to control the diabetes attacking you. Resolve today to follow the steps outlined above. Learn to control the diabetes attacking you. Do it now.
Ask your doctor about where to go to learn more about diabetes, and how to control it.
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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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