Diabetes NoW – Learning

If you’ve been diagnosed with diabetes, managing your condition is important. 

Adopting a healthy lifestyle and staying in control of your diabetes can help you avoid complications such as vision loss, kidney failure, amputation, heart disease and strokes.

By leading a healthy lifestyle and keeping your blood sugar levels under control, you can reduce the risk of the complications of diabetes.

A variety of education programmes are available to support you to manage your diabetes. Some people can put their type 2 diabetes into remission by losing weight, where their blood sugar is reduced below the diabetes range. Some people are able to do this through a low-calorie diet, but this is not suitable for everyone, so it’s important to get medical advice first.

If you are newly diagnosed with diabetes in Norfolk and Waveney you may be eligible for face to face education, please speak with your health care professional about a referral.

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