for your post. I don't have diabetes but I am at high risk: >200-lbs., sedentary, high triglycerides,severe sleep apnea, ultra high stress life.:redlight: My elderly mother was diagnosed type 2 this year; she has pretty serious neuropathy in her feet. My younger sister was diagnosed type 1 when she was 37 and she has talked about some of the issues she has, like insulin resistance and fatigue.
But no one has ever put it down for me in black & while like you did. Frankly, it sounds awful and I really don't ever want to go there. Your post gave me the kick in the seat I need to get up and take my health seriously before I pass the point of no return.:trout: So far my fastings are great and no symptoms of DM, but I feel like it's only a matter of time if I don't take drastic steps to renovate my life and my thinking.
So today I found a Weight Watchers group and signed up. I could do it online, but I know myself--going in once a week will keep me on track when I have to be accountable. then I had a massage to address my stress. And then I visited a yoga class--it seems like something that might help reduce stress and improve my mental health as well as physical health. Plus it's no impact or low impact. Yay knees!
Thank you once again.:bowingpur You may have saved my life.