Let’s Show Diabetes Who’s Boss

Xerostomia Vidya Sury

Xerostomia

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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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Xerostomia or dry mouth occurs when the salivary glands in your mouth don’t produce enough saliva. Causes are dehydration, anxiety, nervousness, diabetes and diabetic neuropathy. Avoid alcohol, suck on ice cubes, increase fluid intake to produce enough saliva to wash mouth bacteria and neutralize mouth acids preventing tooth decay and gum disease. Oral health and…

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The Second Meal Effect Vidya Sury

The Second Meal Effect

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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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In type 2 diabetes, just as in healthy people, blood sugar rises much less after the second meal of the day. Eat a low-carbohydrate, high-protein snack 1 to 2 hours before a normal meal for better sugar control after the meal naturally rather than with drugs. Tips for living with type 2 diabetes Tips for…

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Sleep well Vidya Sury

Sleep well

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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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Go to bed at the same time each night and, wake up around the same time each day. Studies show that shifting our wake time by 90 minutes or more can reduce energy, impair the immune system, increase body fat independent of diet and exercise and contribute to cancer. Are you getting enough sleep? Are…

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