Are you interested in ways to better manage your diabetes?
Managing diabetes can be challenging, but there are tools available that can make the process easier. Whether you’re newly diagnosed or have been managing diabetes for many years, there is something for everyone.
We’ve compiled a list of items that can help make managing diabetes easier and more comfortable.
Prodigy Pocket Blood Glucose Monitoring System
Managing your blood sugar has never been easier or more convenient than with the Prodigy Pocket Blood Glucose Monitoring System. With no coding required, this unit is easy to use. Simply insert a test strip into the test strip port and the unit will automatically power on. Accurate results are delivered in seven seconds. The unit’s memory can recall up to 120 tests, each with date and time stamps. It’s small and light enough to fit in your pocket, so you can take it with you wherever you go.
Dr. Joseph’s Diabetes Footcare Kit
Dr. Joseph’s Diabetes Footcare Kit is perfect for those suffering with diabetic foot or feet. It features a long handle with interchangeable sponges designed to care for and treat the symptoms of diabetic foot. You can use it to properly clean your foot, giving it the crucial care, it deserves.
AFH Finger Massager Deluxe
Everyone deserves a nice massage, especially those suffering from finger discomfort due to diabetes. The AFH Finger Massager Deluxe helps to settle those woes with its soft finger rollers. It is used to work on the muscles and joints, improving circulation, finger flexibility and grip strength.
Diabetes can be a difficult condition to grapple with, but it’s possible to experience a greater degree of comfort in managing diabetes day to day. With these great products and more, managing diabetes can be more convenient and comfortable. Be sure to take advantage of them in your everyday life!
To check out Dr. Joseph’s Diabetes Footcare Kit, click here.
To check out the AFH Finger Massager Deluxe, click here.
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Article written by William Graves.