Diabetes: Why am I always Tired?

How to Fight Diabetic Fatigue

Living with diabetes can be tiring – not only from the actual disease, but also from managing the condition in general.

Diabetes can be an inconvenience to live with to say the least. Apart from limiting your dietary restrictions and increasing your risk for developing other serious health issues, it can lead to constant and extreme fatigue.

Diabetes-related fatigue is very common, and can be due to a number of reasons:

  • Diabetes symptoms themselves –

High blood sugar levels can cause a lot of extra and unnecessary strain on the body, both mentally and physically.Diabetes Ebook-01

  • Responsibilities of managing diabetes daily –

Making sure that your blood sugar levels are in check, looking out for sugar in food, and keeping well hydrated might not seem like much at first. Considering that this is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to managing diabetes, it can become very tiring to manage it properly.

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  • Ineffective diabetes management –

When your diabetes is not managed properly, the effects of the symptoms can get to you and it might leave you down on energy and feeling fatigued.

  • Underlying conditions –

A common underlying condition that accompanies diabetes is depression, which is known to lead to severe fatigue and sleeplessness.

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The most important thing to do when trying to fight off diabetic fatigue is to manage your diabetes symptoms properly. To do this, use these 3 simple tips as guidelines…

  1. Pin-Point The Cause of Your Diabetic Fatigue:

Fatigue might by caused by a number of reasons, and the reason might often be more subtle than you think. It can be anything from an inconsistent meal schedule where you skip meals and then run out of energy, to drinking coffee too late in the day and it interfering with your sleep patterns.

It might be something that could cause somebody without diabetes to feel a bit tired, but since diabetes can exacerbate the effects of these causes, it is important to do an evaluation on yourself and your daily routines in order to see what exactly is causing the fatigue.

  1. Boost Your Energy Levels:

Some easy tips to help boost energy may go a long way toward improving your diabetes symptoms and your quality of life. Try These:Secerets to understanding diabetes Side BAnner-01

Visit your doctor regularly.

  • Eat a healthy, nutritious diet and don’t skip meals.
  • Exercise boosts energy and helps you lose or maintain a healthy weight.
  • Keep blood sugar levels in control.
  • Get enough sleep. About 7 to 8 hours a night, never less than 6 hours.
  • If you’re depressed, get treatment.
  • If you’re stressed, ask your doctor for ways to manage it.
  • If you think you may have sleep apnea or other sleep problems, seek treatment.
  1. Healthy Living:

Diabetes and its symptoms can often be very well managed by making the right healthy lifestyle choices. These choices can be broken up into 2 basic parts, which are Diet and Exercise.

Diet –

Follow a healthy, balanced diet which helps you control things like sugar intake, calorie intake, and portion control. We recommend the Manna Diet to get you on the right track to managing your diabetes.

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Exercise –

Following a good exercise routine can go a long way in managing fatigue, other diabetic symptoms, as well as overall health. As a basic rule, you should get at least 30-45 minutes of exercise per day, 5 days a week. It is important to note that a walk along the beach, a cycle through your neighborhood, or going on a hike are all forms of exercise and can contribute to your exercise time.

However, it is advised that you see a fitness professional to help you work out an exercise schedule that is custom made for you and your lifestyle in order to get the full benefit of your workout time.

A natural Supplement to help Diabetics

For a healthy lifestyle, recipes and menu plans you can download the free Manna Diabetes e-book. Follow this program to get control over diabetes.Manna Blood Sugar support

No matter which medication you are on, you can take the Manna Blood Sugar Support supplement with it to help control your blood sugar levels.

Manna Blood Sugar Support supplement is made from pods of the South African Mesquite trees and according to published scientific research, the product can help to support healthy blood sugar levels.

How the products works:

When taken with food, the organic fibers and essential sugars in the product has a gelling effect, slowing down the release of glucose from the food to the blood stream.

When blood sugar levels are under control, the body’s requirement for insulin will be less and therefore high insulin levels can reduce over time.

Healthy blood sugar levels can help to curb cravings, suppress appetite and it can also help to prevent diabetes health complications.

Manna Blood Sugar Support is the only certified organic blood sugar support supplement in the world.

This supplement is manufactured in a FDA registered pharmaceutical facility under strict GMP-HACCP regulations for your safety.

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Lindsey (verified owner) – August 26, 2016:My husband has been taking Manna Blood support for more than two years. His blood sugar levels now remain very good and only occasionally fluctuating from his average of 6 to about 8. Before he started taking the caplets it was around 12-15. He is an amputee, having lost his leg due to Diabetes 2 in 2010.

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