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In this video Surinder who has type 2 diabetes comes off his medications.
We believe that everyone who knows a child, of any age, should be aware of the symptoms of Type 1 diabetes - the 4 Ts
Having type 1 diabetes shouldn't stop you from taking part in extreme sports, however, it does mean that you have to be a bit more prepared and plan for the unexpected. Martin Draper talks about his experiences with having type 1 diabetes and participating in extreme sports.
The video features children living with type 1 diabetes and showing the most common symptoms of the condition. About 2,000 children a year are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in the UK.
The treatment of type 1 diabetes has changed over the years and although the principles are similar, there are now more tools than ever to help with the treatment and management of type 1 diabetes.
The Leicester Diabetes Centre and Centre for Black and Minority Ethnic Health have produced videos for people living with Type 2 Diabetes in other languages. The videos have been produced to help prevent Type 2 diabetes and further reduce the risk of complications in people living with Type 2 diabet…
For some people with diabetes, technology can be a really important part of how they manage their diabetes.
Most people treat their Type 2 diabetes with medication, diet and exercise. But some people are able to stop taking medication and put their diabetes into remission. This can be life-changing.
A low carbohydrate diet is one strategy that some people might find helpful to manage their type 2 diabetes. It allows the body to maintain glucose levels at a low but healthy level.