Dealing with Diabetes Burnout
It doesn’t matter how perfectly you eat. How often you exercise. How many years its been since you ever forgot to take your medication. How many times a day you check your blood sugar and how precisely you calculate your insulin doses.
It doesn’t matter if you’re vegan, gluten-free, paleo, or a fast-food junkie.
It doesn’t matter if you’re practically perfectbecause that near-perfection is simply the result of a ton of handwork, energy and effort that you’re giving to your diabetes. And that is exhausting.
But there’s a world for all of this, it’s called: burnout.
Diabetes Burnout to be more exact. But feel burnout doesn’t have to mean you’ve stopped taking care of yourself. It doesn’t mean you’re eating all the foods you shouldn’t, skipping your medications or taking barely enough insulin to get by.
Instead, diabetes burnout can simply mean you’re tired. You’re exhausted. Maybe you’re even angry and on the verge of tears.
Diabetes burnout can mean you’re drained of motivation, you’re just going through the motions, just doing what you can to keep your head above water.
Diabetes burnout can be anything.
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