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The next emotion is denial. StrictionBP Review When you are done feeling angry, you may think you need a second opinion. Doctors have been wrong before, right? Chances are good that your doctor is experienced in diagnosing Type 2 diabetes but if you feel as though you need another opinion to put your mind at ease, make an appointment with a second doctor. Fear may set in once you come to terms with the fact you do have diabetes. How are you going to manage it? Will you have to prepare special meals and how will your family take it? Is your insurance going to cover your medication? A lot of questions will race through your mind because you probably aren't aware you can manage this disease with a little helpful guidance.

Depression: The last of the mental health issues you may deal with in either the short or long-term, is depression. A state of depression varies from feeling down or low to being unable to perform basic functions. Some only go through a short period of depression and then realize healthy lifestyle changes like eating healthy foods plus a daily walk, can really help reverse Type 2 diabetes.

Others struggle with depression because they feel alone and just don't understand how to cope. They feel hopeless and helpless. These feelings of despair occur when the condition is perceived as a threat that is uncontrollable. In addition to depression being a miserable condition on its own, any level of depression is a definite deterrent to effective management of your diabetes. Talk to your doctor, family and friends or join a support group. Quite often, talking with someone who knows what you are going through is easier and more helpful than talking with someone close to you.


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