11am pacific2pm eastern7pm GMTDo you have trouble getting to sleep, on a regular basis? What are some things you can do that seem to help?Are there medications that work, and do they have a downside?Does lack of sleep mess with your glucose control?Is there a pattern to your insomnia?Do you always seem to have a problem sleeping after a certain food or activity, when your BG is low high? Let's talk about it! Join this community discussion in the TuDiabetes chatroom to share stories, suggestions…See More
"This is relatively cheap - and is super easy and very delicious:
Sugar-Free Strawberry Trifle
Sugar-Free Angel Food Cake (I get mine from the bakery dept at my local Publix Grocery)
Sugar-Free Vanilla Pudding, instant kind
"I spend too much time on the computer, either frequenting sites like this one or playing facebook apps. I also do card-making. I make homemade cards for an organization that sends them to deployed troops so the troops can have them for free to send…"
"To be honest, i haven't found too many groups on this site very active. And I am as guilty as most. I am more active on another diabetes site - but it does not have :groups" - I'm just more active overall on that site."
"I have the same problem. I am NOT a morning person and the thought of getting up and having to prepare a meal is so depressing. Cereal & instant oatmeal both hit my sugar real hard. I usually fall back on Jimmy Dean Breakfast Bowls - they are…"
"Are you in Canada? I ask because I called LifeLine US and they offered to sell me a cable for 29.99. When I explained I could not use the software on a 64bit system and just needed a cable she said the 29.99 was for the cable and the software is…"
This is still very new for you....how's it all going? I'm a type 2 also, feel free to pop in on my page any time! Welcome home Nonna!
Take a peek at some the groups when you get a chance. Just go to the top of your page, and click on "Groups". Once in, you can either peruse the wide array of available groups....or simply type a specific interest in the space provided. Take in some of the blogs/discussions as well.
Hope you find the support and information you came looking for. Here is a useful link to get you on your way: http://www.tudiabetes.org/notes
Take care....and keep in touch!
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