Let’s Show Diabetes Who’s Boss

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Chill out!

High stress levels can result in high blood sugar. Control this with a healthy diet and regular exercise. Destress. Listen to music, walk, enjoy a digital detox and spend time in nature, meditate, do yoga.

Chill out Lifehacksfordiabetics Vidya Sury

Deal with stress before it gets the better of you!

Deal with Stress before it gets the better of you

 

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Vidya Sury

Vidya Sury loves her work as a writer, editor and blogger. On really busy days her time off is restricted to playing with her dust bunnies and celebrating the little things. She loves coffee, people, cooking, books, writing, photography, travel and social media - and showing her diabetes who's boss.
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  1. Nicola April 4, 2016 - 3:07 pm Reply

    Three years ago, I decided to do something about the enormous amount of stress in my life, which was mainly due to the job and it interfering with my personal life. I made the bold decision to eliminate the core of stress, hence left my job. I have been so much happier and my family life so much richer. Nowadays, I tackle stress by talking things through, rather than keeping my concerns inside, spending more quality time with my husband – usually on long walks and being kinder to myself and those around me.

    Thank you for a lovely post that reminded me that stress has no major part in my life and when it dares to enter, it is quickly dissipated. Have a lovely day.

  2. Zeljka April 5, 2016 - 5:03 pm Reply

    True… stress can increase blood sugar levels! My brother exercises up to 5 times a week.

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