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10 Ways to Get Motivated to Exercise (When You’re Not) 

By Sheri Colberg, PhD 
Diabetes is a complex metabolic condition, and your blood glucose levels can impact you not only physically but also emotionally and mentally. Often, feeling depressed or anxious about diabetes management can be demotivating for taking better care of yourself. Whether that care involves getting more physically active or making more healthful food choices, getting and staying more motivated can only benefit you and your blood glucose. 

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Long-Term Follow Up Key to Keeping Patients on Track

A new patient of mine was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and obesity. We discussed a weight loss treatment to target both her diabetes and obesity, and she followed our mutually agreed upon treatment plan. Things were going well -- she would visit every three months and we would reassess and make treatment decision changes as needed. Then, my patient did not visit for two years. When she returned, she had gained back her weight plus a few more pounds, and her blood glucose, blood pressure and lipids were out of her target range....

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