High Fasting Blood Sugars ( insulin management )

High Fasting Blood Sugars ( insulin management )

This video discusses how to manage fasting high blood sugars.
Your alarm chimes.
It’s time to test your blood sugar level—again. But the last thing you want to do is attend to your sugar levels, insulin, and/or medication.

You have diabetes—and there’s no turning back. If you were recently diagnosed, you are wondering if life will ever be the same again. Your issues might be physical (low energy, numbness, dehydration, pain), cognitive (learning/memory), emotional (panic, anxiety, depression, nagging guilt), or societal (isolation).

More than ever, you’re in abundant company. There are currently over 27 million people in the U.S. suffering from the only illness that requires 24/7 vigilance and monitoring. Horror stories abound—as do myths, misinformation, and mismanagement. The good news? This disease is real—but it’s also highly manageable.

That’s where I come in. As a veteran Type I diabetic, I have dedicated my life to helping other people with diabetes in the New York Metro area. I am a psychotherapist, a diabetes educator, life coach and an accountability coach. I treat diabetic patients of all ages—and their loving families, too. I provide a safe, caring space to discuss your concerns and issues, create tactics, and reinvent life from here on out.

Together, we leave your past behind, and move forward positively, productively, and with great hope.

If you’re ready to learn a toolkit of positive, life-saving tactics, please visit my website & Book an appointment today!

Call me at 917-272-4829 or email me at eliot.lebow@gmail.com.
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