People with diabetes can experience life-threatening emergencies due to blood sugar levels being either too high or too low. Short-term ...
Welcome to the Diabetes Community
The World Health Organization estimate that over 347 million people worldwide have diabetes and the ADA claim that 25.8 million of those are American. Diabetes is a metabolic disorder that affects blood sugar levels. DiabetesCommunity.com is your resource for information on type 1 and type 2 diabetes, diabetes symptoms and diabetes treatments.
DiabetesCommunity.com is a community of people with diabetes, their family members, friends, supporters and caretakers, all offering their own support, knowledge and firsthand experiences.
Complications of diabetes
Learn more about the possible complications of diabetes
Beginning a new prescription of insulin, or a different type of insulin, can make you feel anxious regarding potential side effects. If ...
Gastroparesis is a disorder in which food stays in your stomach for longer than normal, and takes too long to empty. Gastroparesis and diabetes ...
Dawn phenomenon is the term given to an early-morning increase in blood sugar levels, usually occurring between 2:00am and 8:00am. This is caused ...
Motor neuropathy occurs if damage affects the motor nerves which control movement. Motor nerves carry impulses from the central nervous system to ...
Hyperosmolar Hyperglycemic State (HHS) is a serious medical condition that occurs when blood sugar levels become dangerously high, usually as a ...
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Management of Diabetes
Learn more about how you can manage your diabetes
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