Non-Drug Therapies for Sleep Disorders

Stages of Sleep and Sleep Cycles Usually sleepers pass through four stages: 1, 2, 3, and REM (rapid eye movement) sleep. These stages… Parent’s Guide to Healthy Sleep Every child needs good sleep for healthy development, growth, and learning. As parents, it’s your jo… Tuck Sleep > Non-Drug Therapies Non-Drug Therapies Learn about treatments for … Continued

blood Sugar and Sleep problems

Blood sugar and sleep problems By Amelia Willson | 4 Minute Read Date 10/28/18 Most of us are aware that their diet and weight can contribute to our risk for diabetes. It’s less common to realize that our sleep habits are involved, too. Sleep plays a major role in your body’s ability to metabolize glucose. … Continued

Diabetes and Sleep disorders

Tuck Sleep > Sleep Health > Diabetes and Sleep Disorders Diabetes and Sleep Disorders Last Updated on January 17, 2018 Research has found a strong connection between diabetes and sleep issues. Diabetics often suffer from sleep loss. And sleep loss can increase the likelihood of developing diabetes and exacerbate the symptoms for someone already dealing … Continued

Research and Development Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust

Do you support a family member or friend who has both an enduring mental illness (i.e. schizophrenia or bipolar disorder) AND diabetes? Interested in taking part in a study? Find out more at bit.ly/2O5uoHf Many thanks Kind regards Carol   Carol Taylor Research Assistant   Research and Development Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Trust HQ … Continued

Recharging Your Body

Just as we clean our houses, cars and work spaces, sometimes, our bodies need a little cleaning up too. A few options you might consider to help set the stage for better health include: Cleanse: A cleanse is designed to remove toxins from the body. This process often involves using lemon, ginger and other flavorings to … Continued

DRWF

Anxiety over foot wounds healing keeps people with diabetes awake at night Clinicians welcome longer-lasting dressing for people with diabetic foot ulcers. PUBLISHED:Sep 27, 2018 CATEGORY:Looking after yourself SHARE: A newly available wound dressing for people with diabetic foot ulcers can be worn for up to a week, reducing the amount of appointments with NHS … Continued

Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation

Hull and District Diabetes Support Group are very happy to work in conjunction with DRWF   Registered Charity No: 1070607, Registered in England, Company No: 3496304 Registered Office: Northney Marina, Hayling Island, Hampshire PO11 0NH, Company Limited by Guarantee     Search form Search Join the Diabetes Wellness Network Donate You are not logged in. … Continued

Symptoms of hyperglycaemia

Symptoms of hyperglycaemia in people with diabetes tend to develop slowly over a few days or weeks. In some cases, there may be no symptoms until the blood sugar level is very high. Symptoms of hyperglycaemia include: increased thirst and a dry mouth needing to pee frequently tiredness blurred vision unintentional weight loss recurrent infections, such as thrush, bladder infections (cystitis) … Continued

Is hyperglycaemia serious?

The aim of diabetes treatment is to keep blood sugar levels as near to normal as possible. But if you have diabetes, no matter how careful you are, you’re likely to experience hyperglycaemia at some point. It’s important to be able to recognise and treat hyperglycaemia, as it can lead to serious health problems if … Continued