Diabetes and Stress Directory
Stress can trigger illness. For people with diabetes, stress has a strong negative impact on blood sugar levels. During stressful situations, skipping meals, forgetting medication, or forgetting to check blood sugar levels can lead to complications. Coping with stress is a necessity, and several methods are available. Strategies like biofeedback, relaxation techniques, exercise, and more help you manage blood sugar levels. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about diabetes and stress, treatments, and much more.
Managing Stress When You Have Diabetes
It's essential to manage stress -- even more so if you live with diabetes. WebMD offers tips for coping with everyday stressors.
Handling the Stress of Diabetes
Get tips to help you reduce stress, which can have a big impact on your health if you have diabetes.
Managing Diabetes Through Stress Reduction
Stress is bad for diabetes management, so try these stress reduction tips from WebMD to help keep your blood sugar and weight in check.
Exercise Stress Test With Diabetes
If you have diabetes, here’s how to prepare for an exercise stress test if your doctor has recommended one to check for heart disease.
Protect your heart against the stress that diabetes can bring
Diabetes can strain your heart. Here's how to protect it.
Less Stress Can Help Lower Blood Sugar
Mental health has a direct effect on how your body manages diabetes.
Diabetes and Holiday Stress
Stress can wreak havoc on blood sugar. Here's how.
Can Stress Cause Weight Gain?
Can stress cause you to gain weight? Here's the answer and advice on what you should do with it.