From the moment of diagnosis, type 2 diabetes is a condition that
must be managed.
That's the good news - that it is manageable.
Many people with type 2 diabetes live long, active and fulfilling
lives, but life with diabetes can also be stressful.
Stress can also affect your diabetes. When you are stressed, your
body releases hormones such as cortisol that increase the amount of
sugar in your blood.
Not only does this potentially complicate diabetes management, but
frequent or long-term stress can take a physical and mental toll. And
eading that probably doesn't calm you down.
So, when you need to relax, what can you do? Here are five
tips to get you started.