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At the time, he was still only on one shot of insulin a day, and that regimen wasn’t very flexible. ) Paul McGuigan, a 50-year-old resident of South Euclid, Ohio, living with diabetes for the second half of his life, says that you can’t let diabetes get to you. “It’s a chronic illness,” he says, “so you have to treat it chronically. ” 2 Keep a Positive Attitude Speaking of positive statements, many long-living people with diabetes are adamant that having a positive attitude is one of the key secrets to living well with diabetes, avoiding depression, and feeling happy overall, and research supports their assertion.
Author, Think Like a Pancreas and The Ultimate Guide to Accurate Carb Counting “50 Secrets of the Longest Living People with Diabetes is full of inspiring examples. Sheri Colberg’s early belief that she would suffer ‘inevitable’ consequences of her diabetes struck a particularly strong chord with me . . Indeed, diabetes is treatable and is more and more treatable all the time, while many other chronic diseases are not. This is another of the excellent and positive points that these two authors make throughout this important book.
She remembers feeling sick before her diagnosis and needing to urinate all the time. After traveling the nine miles from where they lived in the country to the nearest doctor, she was diagnosed with diabetes, but the small-town doctor didn’t know how to treat it. He suggested that her adoptive parents take her to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, which they consented to do. Gladys remembers the long train trip from her home to the clinic, where she was immediately admitted to the hospital for treatment with the newly available, Lilly-made insulin.