All Resources tagged with "Type 2"
Diabetes UK resource about kidney disease (or diabetic nephropathy). It can happen to anyone, but it's much more common in people with diabetes and people with high blood pressure.
Dementia can lead to problems with your memory and communication. This can make it difficult to care for your diabetes. Diabetes can also have an impact on your memory and understanding. This leaflet describes some of the issues that someone who has both conditions may face.
For information about living with type 2 diabetes, have a look here.
Diabetes can gradually damage the nerves and blood vessels supplying your feet. This happens so slowly that you may not notice that your feet are less sensitive than they used to be. As your feet are less able to let you know when something is damaging them, it is important to look after them. This…
This section contains information on different types of help available to you, such as support organisations, different types of talking therapy, self-help tools and medication for mental health conditions.
This course is aimed specifically at people newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. However, if you are either newly diagnosed or have been living with diabetes for some time, this will help you to understand your diabetes better.
Newly Diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes
Parkrun organise free, weekly, 5km timed runs around the world.
NHS healthcare professionals and patients have worked with the PocketMedic team to make this series of health information films. Each film has been reviewed by clinicians and patients alike to ensure that the information they share can help you to understand and manage your condition.