When you feel like there’s just too much work in your workout, you know you’re headed for burnout. Before you throw in the towel and quit your routine—or if you haven’t picked one up because of the lack-of-fun factor, then listen up! We have three ways to make workouts less work and more fun.
Welcome to Diabetes Link!
Diabetes Link is a Web site dedicated to helping people with diabetes gather information, learn important facts and enjoy healthy lifestyles.
Whether you’re here to see what your favorite diabetes bloggers are talking about, get a better idea of what your numbers mean, or look into the progress toward a cure, you’ve come to the right place.
After all, Diabetes Link is about experiencing what’s possible. It’s about you – and it’s about time.
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The Accu-Chek Team
July 03, 2015
July 01, 2015
We’ve all heard the saying, “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” Yet play is often the first thing to fall off of our calendars when we get busy. But it’s necessary for us all—it’s been proven to be vital for problem solving, creativity, and relationships.
June 29, 2015
With the long July 4th holiday around the corner, you may be experiencing a bit of FOMO (fear of missing out, as the kids say) if you don’t have an out-of-town vacation planned. But when we stop to savor the place we are in—even our own hometown—it’s easy to create a vacation out of a long weekend that’s just as good as a far-off trip. Here are some thought starters:
June 26, 2015
For people living with diabetes, the idea of having more tests and exams might feel overwhelming. However, by monitoring your health regularly, you can catch any symptoms of possible problems early.
June 24, 2015
Obscure holiday fact: Today is Swim a Lap Day. With summer in full swing, what better way to spend the day than in the pool? Here are eight reasons jumping into the deep end can help you—and keep your glucose numbers in check!
June 22, 2015
If you’ve been to a yoga class in the past decade, you’ve probably heard an instructor say, “Be present.” Your teacher may ask you to think about your pose and remain focused on the moment you’re in instead of thinking of the past or the future. Have you ever taken the time to consider how being present in your day-to-day life—outside of any yoga class—can help you savor life a bit more?
June 19, 2015
Summer’s just right for a road trip, and for people with diabetes, this just takes some extra planning. Of course, you’ll want to have all of your supplies and even extras, just in case. But what about eating on the road?
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