If you worry about hypos then please be reassured - you’re completely normal! Worrying about hypos is very common – one study found that 25 per cent of people with diabetes reported that worrying about hypos is a serious problem for them (Polonsky, 1999).
The DESMOND programme is a group education programme designed for people with Type 2 diabetes, newly diagnosed and ongoing
Located close to Clapham Junction station, this site has fantastic train and bus links meaning it is convenient for many.
On this course, you will have access to your own personal nutritional expert and health coach. We also send you a wearable fitness tracker, a set of wireless weighing scales, a nutritional handbook and a recipe book in the post. OurPath can help you to learn more about diabetes and support you to build healthier habits, focusing on improving your nutrition, exercise, sleep, energy levels, stress-management and mindset.
There’s been a lot of talk about data recently. In May 2018 strict rules (General Data Protection Regulations) came into place around how your data can and can’t be used. Alongside this, NHS England just announced that patients would need to opt-out of their health information being used to improve care across the UK.
“Whilst I was a little apprehensive about going to a group course, I found hearing about diabetes with others who were like me was really helpful. Lots of what I learnt I was able to do straight away. I’m so glad I went. ”