Written in English
|Statement||by Cheri Ann Hernandez.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 202 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||202|
Christel is the founder of Diabetes Strong. She is a Certified Personal Trainer specializing in diabetes. As someone living with type 1 diabetes, Christel is particularly passionate about helping others with diabetes live active healthy lives. She’s a diabetes advocate, public speaker, and author of the popular diabetes book Fit With Diabetes. Title. Lived experience of diabetes among older, rural people. Aim. This paper is a report of a study conducted to elucidate experiences and perceptions of self-management of diabetes as narrated by older people diagnosed with insulin-dependent diabetes living in a rural area. Background. Older people worldwide are disproportionately affected. The International Textbook of Diabetes Mellitus has been a successful, well-respected medical textbook for almost 20 years, over 3 editions. Encyclopaedic and international in scope, the textbook covers all aspects of diabetes ensuring a truly multidisciplinary and global approach. Author of Life by the Clock – Living with Diabetes I was diagnosed with diabetes at the age of 10 years old but had undiagnosed diabetes from the age of 7 years old. Like all people with type 1 diabetes, my life is ruled by the clock – with meals, blood tests, insulin injections, and rest – all on a strict regime dictated by my diabetes.
Type 1 diabetes is a chronic and life threatening disease. It takes 15 years off your lifespan. The problem is, people look at us and they say, you’re fine. This section of presents real stories from people with diabetes around the world. By understanding other people’s experiences, successes and failures, it is hoped that awareness about living with diabetes can be raised.. The most powerful tool in fighting diabetes is information, whether this comes from medical experts or real-life tales from those who live with the disease. Diabetes is the leading cause of visual loss in the United States. The eyes are affected by diabetes over the long term. Although glaucoma (high pressure in the eye) and cataracts (a film over the lens in the eye) occur in non-diabetic patients, they appear sooner and more frequently in patients with diabetes. As recently as 20 years ago, type 2 diabetes wasn’t observed to occur in children. In fact, it was once referred to as “adult-onset diabetes” and type 1 diabetes was called “juvenile.
Symptoms of type 1 diabetes onset in adults. When an adult is diagnosed with diabetes, they are often mistakenly told that they have type 2 diabetes. This is because there may be a lack of understanding by some doctors that type 1 diabetes can start at any age, and in people of every race, shape and size. From a softly spoken, humble athlete with type 1 diabetes to a gladiator in the boxing ring, this is the story of Flo Simba. Life with diabetes: I want to live until I'm The care and management of adolescents with type 1 diabetes presents numerous challenges that are inherent to the fears, attitudes, and perceptions of their illness. This qualitative study aimed to explore the “lived experience” of individuals with type 1 diabetes. Whether adult or child, type 1 or type 2, spouse or caregiver, male or female, people in the diabetes world will find themselves in this book and be .