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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Type 1 diabetes and the limitations it places on you

By Victoria D. Hayes

You do not have to ignore the seriousness of type 1 diabetes to assert that people with the condition can still live meaningful and successful lives. Role models such as the Olympian Steve Redgrave and novelist Anne Rice show type 1 diabetes needn't be a barrier to achieving what you're capable of. Nevertheless, type 1 diabetes does affect your daily life - so does it pose any limitations?

The one true limitation that a person with type 1 diabetes has is the ability to produce insulin that can be used by the body to regulate blood glucose. This is why people with type 1 diabetes administer insulin into their bodies, most commonly through injections.

As shown by the Steve Redgrave example, someone with type 1 diabetes can still lead a very active lifestyle. Gary Hall Jr. is an Olympic gold medal swimmer with type 1 diabetes who again demonstrates this. The important thing is that you take into account how the extra exercise will affect your blood glucose. While having type 1 diabetes shouldn't stop you from keeping fit and joining in with strenuous activities, it's always worth checking with a doctor or healthcare professional before undertaking the exercise.

The other thing plenty of people are concerned about is food. Will being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes mean that your favourite food is now off limits? It's highly unlikely. While you might find yourself eating some foods in moderation and adopting a healthier diet, the truth is that a diet suitable for someone with type 1 diabetes is the type of diet that people without the condition should be eating anyway.

Being diagnosed or having someone close to you diagnosed with type 1 diabetes can be a worrying time, particularly if you focus on how the condition will impact them negatively. However, the good news is that even though type 1 diabetes is an extremely serious condition it does not have to stop you enjoying life and making the most of it.

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