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(Medical Xpress)   If you've got the 'beetus you need to chill. No, seriously   (medicalxpress.com) divider line
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2020-07-13 2:02:41 PM  
Doesn't everyone know this already? Highest blood sugar levels I ever had were the weeks after my Dad died last year. I had stopped eating much of anything but some protein and salad. Forced myself to walk my dog twice as often for exercise at my mother's house in OK where we were staying. Still ran 350 on blood sugars. Figured it out pretty quick.
 
2020-07-13 8:42:56 PM  
 
2020-07-13 9:05:10 PM  
Stress is legitimately the biggest health risk of all. Thank goodness we live in a society that doesn't pile on stressors like fat kids pile cake on a plate.
 
2020-07-13 9:31:55 PM  
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2020-07-13 11:00:49 PM  
Rrraead the hheadline, sppeent a daddaay in the fffrezeer, feeling even worse.

Subby is a dangeerousus liar.
 
2020-07-14 12:29:30 AM  

Somacandra: Doesn't everyone know this already? Highest blood sugar levels I ever had were the weeks after my Dad died last year. I had stopped eating much of anything but some protein and salad. Forced myself to walk my dog twice as often for exercise at my mother's house in OK where we were staying. Still ran 350 on blood sugars. Figured it out pretty quick.


The links between stress and elevated blood sugar levels have been known about as long as I've been in the medical game, so at least 17-ish years.

Your not wrong.  This is old info.
 
2020-07-14 12:30:22 AM  

Man_Without_A_Hat: Somacandra: Doesn't everyone know this already? Highest blood sugar levels I ever had were the weeks after my Dad died last year. I had stopped eating much of anything but some protein and salad. Forced myself to walk my dog twice as often for exercise at my mother's house in OK where we were staying. Still ran 350 on blood sugars. Figured it out pretty quick.

The links between stress and elevated blood sugar levels have been known about as long as I've been in the medical game, so at least 17-ish years.

Your not wrong.  This is old info.


*You're not wrong.

Jesus Christ.  It's 2020 and we can have a goddamn edit button yet?  For shame, Drew.  For shame.
 
2020-07-14 3:20:45 AM  

Man_Without_A_Hat: Somacandra: Doesn't everyone know this already? Highest blood sugar levels I ever had were the weeks after my Dad died last year. I had stopped eating much of anything but some protein and salad. Forced myself to walk my dog twice as often for exercise at my mother's house in OK where we were staying. Still ran 350 on blood sugars. Figured it out pretty quick.

The links between stress and elevated blood sugar levels have been known about as long as I've been in the medical game, so at least 17-ish years.

Your not wrong.  This is old info.


Yeah, they warned me about this when I was diagnosed around 2001.

That's why I keep myself heavily meditated.
 
2020-07-14 8:12:42 AM  
So if any of you farkerettes have the 'beetus you can come to my place to Netflix and chill. It's for your health.
 
2020-07-14 8:51:40 AM  
This never gets old...
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