Diabetes

Diabetes Doesn’t Suck (sometimes)

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Why did I start Sugar B & Me? Why do I advocate for education and for others to share their journeys with diabetes? Why do I want to change this negative stigma on diabetes? Because of the above picture you see here. This was a slide taken from a presentation given by a healthcare professional […]

Diabetes

Stress, Stress Baby

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Let’s talk about everybody’s favorite subject…STRESS. Stress is all around us. No matter who you are, stress can be found lurking in a variety of ways. Did you know, stress can have a huge impact on blood sugar control?   I usually try to find the light in everything, but stress ultimately controls my every move. […]

Diabetes

Lancet Change Monday

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What is a lancet you might ask? A lancet is a sharp needle that pricks through the skin in order to administer blood. This blood is then tested with a glucose monitor to check blood sugar. This is a tool that usually gets no love compared to the insulin pump or glucose meter but it’s […]

Diabetes

The Bright Side

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I’m one out of 1.25 million people affected by diabetes. It’s been 5,231 days since I’ve been diagnosed and there’s not a day that goes by I’m not thankful. Yes, thankful. Diabetes has shown me how quickly my life can change and how each day should be lived to the fullest. It has taught me […]

Physical Therapy

Anatomy Lesson For The Day

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Anatomy lesson for the day ? • • • Your head and neck are amazing structures! Your face alone contains around 43 muscles, which help you do simple tasks like chewing, talking, seeing, and completing facial expressions. Your neck contains muscles that help you swallow, talk, and sing. Along with muscles, your head contains a […]

Physical Therapy

Let’s Talk About Sleep

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Let’s talk about sleep ? It’s no secret that being a student can impede on your sleeping patterns. However, it’s not just students that lack adequate sleep. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), there’s an estimated 50-70 million Americans that “chronically suffer from a disorder of sleep and wakefulness, hindering daily functioning and […]