Living Well and Getting Support

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Should I make sure my blood glucose number is low enough before I start eating a meal?
I have PTSD, and due to severe night traumas I get dehydrated. Do you have recommendations?
How can I find the right doctor for me?
What can I ask my doctor to help me better manage my meds and eating?
I am feeling burnt out and am searching for tools to help get back on track. Can you help?

About

The American Diabetes Association® has created Living with Diabetes: Ask the Experts, a free, educational Town Hall series focused on diabetes management. The series provides information and tips for living well with diabetes, including taking medication, eating healthy, planning meals, monitoring blood glucose, getting active, coping with common feelings about the disease, managing stress, and getting support. Focused on a specific topic, each session features streaming video and a live 45-minute Q&A with Association diabetes experts. Open to all, participants can listen and ask their question online or on the phone. The series kicked off on June 28 and runs monthly through March 2018. Register for individual Town Hall sessions at diabetes.org/experts, call 1-800-DIABETES (800-342-2383), or text EXPERTS to 828282 to sign up for the series.

Living Well and Getting Support: You don't have to do this alone. With education and support from family, friends, and your diabetes care team, you can live a healthy, fulfilling life with diabetes.