You are not alone

You are not alone

When it comes to diabetes, you're not alone

Did you know 1 in 2 people with diabetes on treatment are not reaching their glycemic goals?1

Don’t feel guilty if you have frequent highs and lows. It doesn’t mean you aren’t trying hard enough – there are many reasons to explain why highs and lows happen. Remember that your body and your diabetes can change over time, and sometimes changes to your medication are also needed to achieve blood sugar stability.

The important thing to remember is that you’re not alone. Many people feel the way you do; talking to your healthcare professional can help.

You can use our diabetes checklist to help you to look at your highs and lows and look at your options with your healthcare professional, who may be able to recommend adjustments that can help.

1. Casagrande SS, et al. Diabetes Care 2013;36:2271-2279.