Aeroflow Diabetes Blog

Continuous Glucose Monitors and Insurance Coverage: What to Know

Medicare and most major private health insurance plans now offer some level of coverage and reimbursement for CGM when prescribed by a healthcare provider.

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Printable Blood Sugar Log Sheet

Easily stay in control of your blood sugar with our downloadable and printable blood sugar log.

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Blood Sugar Levels and Diabetes

The foundation of a good diabetes care plan is a set of target ranges for blood sugar levels. But what is considered a healthy range for blood sugar in people with diabetes?

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10 Best Foods to Control Blood Sugar Levels and Manage Diabetes

We’ve put together a list of nutrient-rich foods with low glycemic scores that won’t spike your blood sugar and will help you feel full.

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Diabetes Management Tips: Building Your Healthcare Team

When faced with diabetes diagnosis, there are plenty of people who can get you up to speed and ease your stress level. Building a supportive healthcare team should be a number one priority.

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Does Diabetes Cause Hair Loss?

Several factors may contribute to a negative impact on the hair growth cycle for people with diabetes, leading to hair thinning and hair loss. We’ve covered some of the most common causes here.

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Diabetic Hunger: Causes and Treatment

People with diabetes often experience polyphagia, or excessive hunger. This is the type of hunger that occurs when eating food doesn’t help curb hunger pangs. 

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Walking Your Way to Better Diabetes Control

Daily walking is often recommended as one of the best exercises for people with diabetes. It’s low impact and low risk, freely accessible for almost everyone, and simple to fit into a busy schedule.

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Can People With Diabetes Get Tattoos?

Piercing the skin poses health risks for anyone, but if you have diabetes, you are at higher risk for infection and other complications. Be sure to speak to your healthcare professional so they can evaluate your risk before you proceed.

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Type 1 vs. Type 2 Diabetes: What’s the Difference?

Both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes affect the body’s ability to regulate blood sugar and need to be managed to reduce the risk of developing life-threatening illnesses.

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