Hi, I need help with essay on The Different Cases of Diabetes Experience. Paper must be at least 11000 words. Please, no plagiarized work!
Physically, I have to continuously track my food intake and have to be careful about my exercise and activity level. It puts a lot of strain as I cannot let go of myself like normal people. I have also lost a lot of weight and at times am overcome with tiredness. I will weak and avoid taking additional responsibilities at the office as I know I cannot cope up with it much.
How has being diagnosed with diabetes affecting your emotional/mental health?
I feel that I have become a little depressed at times as I have to be extra careful with my food, with my daily routine and with my overall health. I fear that if I hurt my self, even in a small way, I will not be able to recover.
Q4. What were the complications and side effects once diagnosed with diabetes?
The most prominent side effect that I can feel is deterioration of my eyesight. I see that my eyesight is failing, and every day I fear that I will completely lose my eyesight.
Q5. Have you been involved in designing a treatment or care plan for managing your
diabetes. Please describe.
As I have Type 1 diabetes, my doctor initially gave me a few sessions about keeping my sugar levels under control, diet and activity level. I was given a diet chart and then I started doing my own research on food and diabetes and now have a strict routine and schedule for my day.
Q6. Have your diabetes medical advisors discussed any treatment options with
If so, what were these alternative treatments?
None. Just need to use Insulin shots and manage my diet
Q7. What do you find most difficult about your diabetes?
.The healthy diet, exercising, doing injections, testing glucose levels, I don’t find anything difficult, other, please specify
Q8. Why do you find it so difficult?
It is unnerving to inject yourself day after day.
Q9. Do you feel different than other people because of diabetes?
Certainly, I don’t have the freedom to eat or exert myself as normal people can
Q11. How has diabetes had an impact on your quality of life and well-being?