Newly Diagnosed? It’s time to develop new habits
August 16, 2022 / Education & Advocacy / Fitness / Nutrition / Recommended reading / Beginner / Type 1 / Type 2

Newly Diagnosed? It’s time to develop new habits

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Have you been newly diagnosed with diabetes?

Has your doctor told you that you need to change your diet and get more exercise?

Not sure where to start?

When we are newly diagnosed with diabetes, making changes can seem like an insurmountable challenge, with us often feeling overwhelmed and not knowing where to begin. And, as the saying goes, “Old habits die hard.”

So we must develop new habits–new ways of eating, new forms of physical movement, perhaps even new routines for sleep. Developing new habits may seem impossible, but research demonstrates that on the average, it takes about 66 days for a new habit to become automatic.

Read about the 5 small habit changes that can help you effectively manage your diabetes from healthline.com by clicking the link below:

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