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“Night work increases diabetes risk”
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“Night work increases diabetes risk”

September 8th, 2015 | by Danish Association
The risk of having precursors of type 2 diabetes increases if you have night and shift work. Senior Researcher in Diabetes Association, Kjeld Bruun-Jensen, has looked existing research through and describe here, so it’s
“Night work requires control”
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“Night work requires control”

September 8th, 2015 | by Danish Association
It requires a tight schedule planned sleep, exercise and a carefully measured diet nurse Glennie Green fit both his night shifts and its type 1 diabetes. By Michael Korsbæk, journalist Diabetes Association Photo: Martin Dam
“Had to drop the night shift”
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“Had to drop the night shift”

September 8th, 2015 | by Danish Association
Berit Østergaard had to drop the evening and night shifts to get better control of its type 1 diabetes. It took the work of the 45-year-old nurse to colleagues and head to give her special treatment in the roster. By Michael
“Conversely circadian rhythm requires its food”
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“Conversely circadian rhythm requires its food”

September 8th, 2015 | by Danish Association
There is no rulebook that diabetics with night work can stick to if they are to cope with the inversion of the circadian rhythm. It tells the chief clinical dietitian at the Steno Diabetes Center, Margareta Bensow Baco. Here, she
Night and shift work
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Night and shift work

September 8th, 2015 | by Danish Association
When working at night or changing evening, night and dagvagter, it affects your body’s natural circadian rhythm. It must be sudden sleep while it’s light, and be active when it is set at rest. Both the body, social
Colleague Mail
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Colleague Mail

September 7th, 2015 | by Danish Association
In Diabetes Association, we believe that it is best for you if you are open about your disease. Therefore, we produced an e-mail that you can send around to your colleagues. The mail tells a little about type 1 diabetes and is
Pump User mail
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Pump User mail

September 7th, 2015 | by Danish Association
Dear Colleague I am sending you this mail to tell that I have type 1 diabetes. I does not take insulin with pen, as many others do, since I have an insulin pump. The pump function The pump is an important tool for me as
Colleague Mail about type 1 diabetes
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Colleague Mail about type 1 diabetes

September 7th, 2015 | by Danish Association
Dear Colleague I am sending you this mail to tell that I have type 1 diabetes. Below is information about diabetes and what you can do if you find that one day I have very low blood sugar. If you have any questions, please feel
“Many hides diabetes in the workplace”
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“Many hides diabetes in the workplace”

September 7th, 2015 | by Danish Association
Most adult diabetics have experienced low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) at work, while about one in four had at least one of the severe insulin shock in the workplace. A study from Diabetes Association. Yet it is far from all that
“If I get cranky …”
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“If I get cranky …”

September 7th, 2015 | by Danish Association
Christine has rarely genes because of his Type 1 diabetes on the job. Still stuck a note on the office bulletin board with the message of what colleagues do if she becomes “strange”. By Marianne Bom, freelance