Chronic illnesses and diabetes

Diabetes and Anxiety

It is believed that approximately 20 percent of the diabetic population meet the criteria for a diagnosis of anxiety. Anxiety arises due to a number of thought processes including fear of social rejection by friends

Diabetes and Destructive Emotions

Emotions such as anger, guilt, fear, denial and resentment all have a purpose in human existence the potential to have a negative impact on mental and physical health and wellbeing

Diabetes and Mental Health

According to statistics published by the National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence, people diagnosed with diabetes are two to three times more likely to suffer from episodes

Diabetes and Depression

In addition to the symptoms of depression that may be experienced by the vast majority of people suffering from depression, those who are also diabetic may suffer from additional symptoms that may contribute to their mood and emotional wellbeing.