HHNS
Colleen Kelly
Colleen Kelly
July 17, 2018
Hyperosmolar Hyperglycemic Nonketotic Syndrome (HHNS) is a serious medical condition caused by blood glucose levels that are dangerously high.

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interval training and diabetes

Everything You Need To Know About Interval Training And Diabetes

Interval training is a type of exercise that is beneficial for people with type 2 diabetes, benefits include metabolism improvement and insulin sensitivity.
55 found this helpful by Colleen Kelly on April 26, 2018
Yoga for Diabetes

Can Yoga Help Keep Blood Sugar Levels in Check?

Did you know that yoga can help improve your blood glucose levels? Learn more about yoga for diabetes, including the most helpful poses, here.
120 found this helpful by Afra Willmore on April 4, 2018
Exercise for Diabetics

Why You Should Add Exercise to Your Diabetes Management Plan

Exercising is an essential tool in diabetes management. It can burn extra glucose in the body that doesn’t get used. Read more about exercise for diabetics.
97 found this helpful by Afra Willmore on November 23, 2017
exercise tips for diabetics

Exercise Tips for the Non-Athletic Diabetic

To many people, the thought of getting into an exercise program is a bit frightening. Rebecca offers her exercise tips for diabetics on getting started.
9 found this helpful by Rebecca Paciorek on August 16, 2017
The Benefits of Fitness Trackers for Diabetics

The Benefits of Fitness Trackers for Diabetics

When it comes to disease management, fitness trackers for diabetics like apps and devices are some of the most helpful gadgets.
34 found this helpful by Angela Finlay on October 20, 2015
How to Make Exercise Enjoyable

How to Make Exercise Enjoyable

"If you, like me, find the idea of using exercise to keep good control of your diabetes depressing – the key is to find something you enjoy."
56 found this helpful by Afra Willmore on May 11, 2015
Diabetes and Exercise: Is Remission Possible

Diabetes and Exercise

Studies show a clear link between diabetes and exercise – many people able to reverse the condition by sticking to an exercise plan and eating well.
137 found this helpful by Brenda Vanta on February 26, 2015
Exercises for Seniors

Exercises for Seniors

Although many seniors have limitations that make exercise difficult, with the right approach, any diabetic senior can reap the rewards of physical activity.
87 found this helpful by Duncan Gumaer on November 10, 2014
Health Coach for Type 2 Diabetes

Health Coach

A health coach can help you manage your diabetes or achieve additional health and fitness goals by developing customized programs to meet your needs.
84 found this helpful by Brenda Vanta on September 15, 2014
Type 2 Diabetes Workout

Type 2 Diabetes Workout

Talk to a doctor before starting any workout plan. Check your blood glucose levels regularly, as your doctor may change your diabetic medication.
122 found this helpful by Brenda Vanta on May 26, 2014