Your diabetes diet is simply a healthy-eating plan that will help you control your blood sugar. Here's help getting started, from meal planning to counting carbohydrates.
We understand the importance of maintaining optimal eye health for individuals with diabetes. Diabetic retinopathy, a specific vascular complication associated with diabetes, can have a significant impact on vision.
Foot ulcers and the risk of amputation are common consequences of diabetic neuropathy or peripheral arterial disease. These complications can lead to severe morbidity and mortality in people with diabetes.
Diabetes complications are related to the duration as well as control of diabetes. Uncontrolled diabetes can affect each and every organ of the body
Diabetes mellitus is a common cause of sexual dysfunction in both men and women. At the Centre for Diabetes Care, we understand the impact that diabetes can have on psycho-sexual health.
Smoking Cessation is one of the most important step in reducing the future risk of heart attacks and stroke.
Diabetes can lower immunity, making it more challenging for the body to fight off infections. Even with well-managed diabetes, the immune system may still be compromised. Immunization plays a crucial role in providing protection against vaccine-preventable diseases.
Diabetes is recognized as a lifestyle disease. Lifestyle management is the core of diabetes management. It includes Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT), Physical activity, Smoking cessation, Psychological and Social care.
Diabetes has many faces and each patients is having some unique characteristic. Diabetes in young, Diabetes in elderly, Diabetes in Pregnancy are some of the prototypes with different needs and management plans.