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Image for How Diabetes Can Affect Your Feet

Having diabetes means you're at much greater risk of developing foot problems. This is because raised blood glucose, also known as blood sugar, can damage the sensation in your feet. It can also affect your circulation, which can lead to you getting less blood supply to your feet.

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A low blood sugar, also called hypoglycaemia or a "hypo" is where the level of sugar (glucose) in your blood drops too low. In this video, healthcare professionals describe what hypoglycaemia is; how it is treated and what can cause it. You will also hear from people with diabetes describe their own…

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An insulin pump is a small electronic device that gives your body the regular insulin it needs throughout the day and night. In this video, healthcare professionals explain what it is and how it works, and people with type 1 diabetes discuss their own experiences with insulin pump therapy.

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Type 2 diabetes is often diagnosed following blood or urine tests for something else. It's usually difficult to take in everything the GP tells you during the appointment, this film discusses how people felt when receiving the diagnosis of type 2 diabetes and what the next steps were.

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Having type 1 diabetes shouldn't stop you from taking part in extreme sports, however, it does mean that you have to be a bit more prepared and plan for the unexpected. Martin Draper talks about his experiences with having type 1 diabetes and participating in extreme sports.

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The treatment of type 1 diabetes has changed over the years and although the principles are similar, there are now more tools than ever to help with the treatment and management of type 1 diabetes.

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For some people with diabetes, technology can be a really important part of how they manage their diabetes.

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Most people treat their Type 2 diabetes with medication, diet and exercise. But some people are able to stop taking medication and put their diabetes into remission. This can be life-changing.

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