It’s no surprise that living with diabetes can be a challenge to a person’s physical and mental well-being. But knowing the symptoms of depression, and how to manage them, is often the first step to feeling better
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If you’ve been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and are feeling overwhelmed, there are support programs and services across the country that can answer questions and provide advice on self-care. These resources offer information about diabetes signs and symptoms, food and lifestyle choices, and can empower you to lead a healthier life.
Learn more about programs Diabetes Canada is running your community here.
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Make sure that you make time to talk to others. It’s important to stay connected with your circle of friends and family. It is also good to realize that there are others out there who are sharing your experience.
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