Headaches and diabetes are two issues that plague many people. Having one issue is bad enough, but having both can be debilitating, especially when the headaches are migraines. Because diabetes is connected to blood sugar issues, one of the symptoms of problems with balancing blood sugar are headaches.
With all of todays' fluctuating diet information, how can any of us really know what diet is conducive to our health and well being? For all of our readers who battle Type 2 Diabetes or simply want to live a healthier life by managing weight-loss, energy and blood sugar - this read is for you.
Kirsten explains how after her daughter's diagnosis in December of 2018, she realized that she wanted to spread more awareness about diabetes rather than hide it. She wears the MyID Condition Sleeve on her Garmin watch to help show others that she has Type 1 Diabetes.
My name is Taylor and I am 28 years old. I was diagnosed with a very rare autoimmune disorder called IPEX at 18 and diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at 1.5 years old. The reason I am a Type 1 Diabetic is that this autoimmune disorder (IEX) attacks your immune system, including the pancreas, causing my Type 1 Diabetes. This autoimmune disorder is described as a gene mutation that is passed on from a mother to her son due to a gene mutation on the X chromosome. Since males only have 1 X, this causes significant impairments to other organs (kidneys, stomach, skin).