Vent Away Your Prediabetes Stress
<p class="" style="white-space:pre-wrap;">Good stress management can keep stress as a positive part of your life, and prevent it from interfering with blood sugar control if you have prediabetes or diabetes. You may already be familiar with methods such as getting active, meditating, and reading. Another approach is venting when things get overwhelming. Venting can help you feel better and keep stress under control, and these are some ways to vent when you have a specific stressful feeling.</p>
How Stress Affects the Body in Prediabetes
Stress is a part of daily life, and it can affect the body with prediabetes in many ways. Stress-induced symptoms such as foggy thinking, a pounding heart, exhaustion, upset stomach, and headaches can be all-too-familiar for people who feel overwhelmed with stress.
Connecting to Stress Less: How to Get Social Support if You Don't Have Any Right Now
Social support can offset vulnerability to mental illness and boost emotional well-being. We have tips to help you get social support, build relationships, and if you have anxiety about social situations.
How Can Relaxation Strategies Help Manage My Chronic Condition?
It's impossible to avoid all stress-inducing situations but we can learn adaptive ways of responding to them and one way is through relaxation strategies.