Thursday, January 29, 2015

Stress + Diabetes.

In case anyone wondered if stress has an impact on BG levels.

A photo posted by Kim (@textingmypancreas) on

14 comments:

  1. Hi Kim, sorry it's a bit of a shameless plug but I'm a type 1 'Diablogger' myself and was hoping you might be able to have a look at mine and if you have the time, give me a few pointers. It's a bit raw and I'm still getting to grips with the editing and layout but any tips would be really helpful.

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  2. It does indeed - I take it your work starts at 8 am? :)

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  3. It would be interesting if there was a study of those people that work in high profile corporations with diabetes to see a trend of their readings over a period of time.

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  4. SO feel you on this. And happy #Dblogcheckday, my friend.

    Yours,
    AmyT

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  5. Yup looks like a cup of coffee will be necessary...too bad we can't turn to a donut in moments like this :)

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  6. This is the ABSOLUTE worst! Mostly because when you're that stressed you're too busy to think that it'll affect your numbers until it's too late. :(

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  7. So here is my theory on this. Stress induces cortisol, so if you are extremely stress all the time, you will have high levels of cortisol. Cortisol will cause an elevation of sugar level in your blood, so there is some what of a correlation between stress and diabetes. Plus people in the work force who are always stress and working tends to neglect healthy eating. They settle for a hot dog or fast food because it's easy and quick to obtain.

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  8. as per my researched, stress has big impact to increase the blood sugar level. Thanks for the picture and information.

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  10. Thanks for sharing picture and information also. Cortisol will cause an elevation of sugar level in your blood, so there is some what of a correlation between stress and diabetes.

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