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Finding Calm in The Chaos And Other Strategies for Living with Less Stress

Finding Calm in The Chaos And Other Strategies for Living with Less Stress

November 07, 2017
A yoga teacher shares wisdom gleaned from her travels on and off the mat.
New Clues About How Anxiety Boosts Diabetes Risk

New Clues About How Anxiety Boosts Diabetes Risk

June 27, 2016
If you have an inability to deal well with stress, your immune system may malfunction, increasing the risk of getting type 2 diabetes, experts say.
 Mindfulness Meditation and Your Health

Mindfulness Meditation and Your Health

A round-up of supportive research
April 20, 2016
If you've been struggling with losing weight, reducing stress, keeping your blood sugar levels under control or minimizing your risk of getting type 2 diabetes, and success has eluded you, researchers say learning how to practice more mindfulness may help.
For Weight Loss and Better Blood Sugar, Try Mindful Eating

For Weight Loss and Better Blood Sugar, Try Mindful Eating

March 30, 2016
Practicing mindfulness techniques with eating can be an effective tool for weight loss and improved blood sugar, according to a new study published in the March 2016 journal Obesity.
Strong Social Connections Linked to Better Health

Strong Social Connections Linked to Better Health

January 20, 2016
Being socially connected to supportive people during your entire life bodes well for your health, new research finds, and may actually counteract some of the risks that accompany health problems such as diabetes.
7 Ways to Beat the Diabetes Blues

7 Ways to Beat the Diabetes Blues

September 11, 2015
Up to 29% of people with diabetes also suffer from major depression. Those who have type 2 diabetes and use insulin have higher rates of depression than those with type 1 or with type 2 not using insulin. Women are almost twice as likely as men to succumb to major depression, which hits hardest between the ages of 30 and 59.
Stressed at Work? You May Be At Risk for Type 2 Diabetes

Stressed at Work? You May Be At Risk for Type 2 Diabetes

Increased stress on the job can increase your risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Stress affects your body's ability to control blood sugar levels, leading to elevated levels in some people.
August 12, 2014
Everyone experiences some level of stress on the job.
Reduce Stress to Help Your Diabetes

Reduce Stress to Help Your Diabetes

4 super effective techniques to combat stress
April 01, 2004
Stress affects people with both type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes. When you have diabetes, stress has an impact on your blood glucose levels, so managing stress when you have diabetes is just another way to work on managing your blood glucose levels.
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