Stress and Diabetes


estresAlmost all diabetics know that diabetes is an emotional illness. That is not to say that it provokes strong emotions, but rather strong emotions, such as crying, laughing, getting angry, stress, adrenaline, etc. significantly affect glucose levels. For example, your blood sugar is at 100 and after an angry spell, it shoots up to 200 without apparently having done anything. This is even more noticeable in infants and children as they are usually more sensitive to emotions, but a stressed adult experiences this as well. What can we do to prevent it? Or, at least manage it so it does not affect us so much? Sigue leyendo