Neuropathy Drives Hypoglycemia Cluelessness in T1D

Researchers published the study covered in this summary on researchsquare.com as a preprint that has not yet been peer reviewed. Key Takeaways In Japanese adults with type 1 diabetes insulin-pump treatment (continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion) and higher problem-solving perception appear against protective awareness of hypoglycemia (IAH), while diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) is associated with increased … Read more

Self-Injury and Suicide ‘All Too Common’ in Type 1 Diabetes

Depression, self-harm, and suicide among people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes are “underappreciated” among healthcare practitioners, according to Katharine Barnard-Kelly, PhD, who founded the Reducing Suicide Rates Among Individuals With Diabetes (RESCUE) advocacy group in 2021. “We have the most advanced technology to achieve glycemic control, but the mental burden remains underappreciated,” she … Read more

Sexual Dysfunction Overlooked in Women With Diabetes

Among patients with diabetes, women are just as likely as men to suffer from sexual dysfunction, but their issues are overlooked, with the narrative focusing mainly on the impact of this issue on men, say experts. Women with diabetes can experience reduced sexual desire, painful sex, reduced lubrication, and sexual distress, increasing the risk of … Read more

What Is the Psychological Impact of Type 1 Diabetes?

France — “Living with diabetes is not smooth sailing…From the onset of the disease in a child or adolescent through all the days that follow, there is nothing ordinary about it,” according to Aide aux Jeunes Diabétiques (AJD), a French association providing support for children and adolescents with diabetes. What is the psychological impact of … Read more