November 14 is World Diabetes Day, a chronic disease that causes persistently unstable blood sugar levels.
The date was created in 1991 by the IDF (International Diabetes Federation) and the WHO (World Health Organization) to make the world population aware of the danger the disease can pose to humans.
People with diabetes are at higher risk of cardiovascular diseases, such as heart attack and heart failure, stroke, and the consequences of kidney problems, vision loss, ulcers, and more.
As long as the patient pays attention to his or her diet, exercises, monitors blood sugar levels frequently, and changes the medication for each case, he or she can live peacefully on one side of the disease.
Thanks to technology, this care has become easier and more convenient. So, with that in mind, we’ve listed some really cool apps you need to know about to help you with your treatment – or recommend someone with the condition. Check them out!
Diabetes Diary In the mySugr – Diabetes Diary app, you can use some very useful tools to track your blood glucose, such as Bolus Calculator, hbZ1c estimation, carbohydrate and blood glucose tracker, and more.
It is suitable for type 1, type 2 or gestational diabetes.
Recipes for Diabetics Having diabetes doesn’t mean that you can’t eat what you like, does it? With that in mind, the developers have created the Diabetes Recipes app, perfect for those who need creativity to create over 100 meals that will help you control your blood sugar and stay healthy all the time.
The Diabetes Connect app provides tools to record diabetes-related data in a convenient way, allowing you to keep track of your blood sugar levels, meals, insulin injections, medications, and other important information.
It is suitable for type 1 and 2 diabetes and allows you to synchronize with other devices so you can check everything you need no matter where you are.
Physical activity is also important for health maintenance and helps control blood sugar levels.
With the Diabetes Gymnastics app, you can check out special exercises for treatment, as well as daily monitoring tools. The app even displays comparison charts, allowing users to track what is happening in their bodies in more detail. Diabetes: M
With Diabetes Pal, users can manually or automatically analyze their blood sugar and control their diet. Reports can be printed and goals set to encourage careful therapy.
The application also features online and offline availability modes.
Hydro Drinking Water
Hydro Drinking Water This app is not only for controlling and monitoring your diabetes.
But to remind people with the disease of something very important: drinking water. Hydration is essential for effective treatment, leading to better health and allowing your body to adapt to continued treatment.
In the Hydro Drinking Water app, you can fill in important information about your body, lifestyle, and current weather, and receive frequent notifications reminding you how much more water you need to drink to reach your desired goals.