Feeling fatigued? For people with diabetes, tiredness can be one of the early symptoms.
How do you feel when we wake up in the morning? Do you feel rested or tired? Let’s see how someone with diabetic fatigue can get back their energy.
8 Simple tips for dealing with diabetic fatigue…
Move more, and you get more energy. People who take a brisk, daily 30-minute walk are less tired than idle people. Choose an activity you like, whether it’s Zumba, tennis, walking, gardening, or swimming.
Do it for at least 30 to 60 minutes a day. If you can’t spare that much time at once, sneak in shorter (10-minute) periods of exercise whenever you can. As long as it adds up to 30-60 minutes per day, that’s what counts.
Wear a pedometer so you know how many steps you’re taking each day. Try to add 500 steps a day until you reach at least 10,000 daily steps.
- Watch your diet.
To keep your blood sugar level steady, eat three healthy meals and a snack during the day. Include healthy carbohydrates from fruits and vegetables and whole grains, as well as lean protein from sources such as beans, tofu, fish, or skinless chicken breasts. (See the Manna Diet in the free e-book)
- Avoid caffeine, especially late in the day.
Caffeine can keep you awake and disrupt sleep. It can also make it harder to control your blood sugar if you overdo it.
- Get enough B vitamins.
B vitamins help nerve health. If you have nerve problems from diabetes, make sure you’re getting these nutrients from your diet (good sources are foods such as fish, poultry, fortified cereals, and eggs) or a supplement. It’s a good idea to tell your doctor about any supplements you take, including vitamins, so they can check that you’re getting the right amount.
- Check on your snoring.
Many people with diabetes briefly stop breathing several times at night. That’s called sleep apnea. Symptoms include snoring, feeling sleepy during the day, having trouble concentrating, and often waking up with a headache or a sore throat. Tell your doctor if you, or your bed partner, notice those things. Sleep apnea can be treated, and that could help you get better at night, which gives you more daytime energy.
- Stay hydrated.
You can become fatigued if you’re dehydrated. Drink at least 8-9 glasses of fluids a day.
- Take a good Energy supplement
The Manna Energy Boost was specially formulated and it does not contain any sugar, therefore suitable for diabetics. The natural ingredients in the product help to boost energy levels the natural way, without sugar spikes or any other side effect. When blood sugar levels are under control, you also will have enough energy.
- Use the right supplement to beat diabetes
The Manna Blood Sugar Support supplement can help to control your sugar levels and also help to increase energy. It does this by slow-releasing the sugar from the food we eat into our bloodstream, ensuring longer lasting high energy levels. It also means that you don’t get blood sugar spikes and crashes, which means it takes away fatigue as well as sugar cravings.
Manna Blood Sugar Support is 100% organic & natural and works in a unique way by slowing down the absorption of glucose from the food you eat by up to 43%.
In other words, Manna Blood Sugar Support reduces the GI of the food you eat by up to 43%.
Benefits of Manna Blood Sugar Support
- Helps to maintain even blood sugar levels.
- Keep you more satisfied after a meal, which means that the same meal can take you much further and cause you to eat less, which can help with natural weight loss.
- Helps to control cravings.
- Helping to keep energy levels constant.
- Even blood sugar levels can help to prevent diabetic health complications.
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“I lost more weight than what I weigh now in the just more than a year that I’m using this. My Diabetic medication lowered from 850 mg 3 x day to 1x per day.” – Denise