Diabetes Late Nite Inspired by Old Dominion

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Diabetes Late Nite Inspired by Old Dominion

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‘What Scares You the Most About Diabetes?’ on October’s Diabetes Late Nite podcast with musical inspiration from the chart-topping band, Old Dominion.

Does diabetes and/or it’s diabetes health-related complications scare you?  How does fear of diabetes affect your life and your daily self-care, and more important, what do you do about it.

Small amounts of fear might energize you and get you to pay attention, but the threat has to seem manageable. If there’s nothing you can do, and the future looks too awful, you will tend to give up and try to enjoy the time you have left.

Of course, some fear of diabetes is justified. The complications of diabetes are truly scary. So are the effects it can have on your family and your finances.

Fears are stressful, and stress isn’t good for diabetes. Fear increases insulin resistance and blood pressure and interferes with the body’s natural healing systems. It makes it harder to enjoy life.

So what do we do about it? I think we take the best care of ourselves that we can and by doing we reduce our stress and even feel better about our diabetes lives. 

The country band, Old Dominion’s success makes it hard to believe that its members were once just a group of individual songwriters trying to navigate Nashville’s music industry, playing tiny bars and hoping their songs would catch the right ears. They’ve quickly become of one ofNashville’s savviest songwriting collectives with their highly acclaimed new album Happy Endings. 

Diabetes Late Nite is a fast-paced, full-filled hour of diabetes education and wellness advice that encourages listeners to “laugh a little, learn a lot.”

Guests include Poet Lorraine Brooks, Dr. Michele Summers Colon DPM, Dr. Lori Shemek PhD, Dr. Andrea Chisholm MD,OB-GYN, Patricia Addie-Gentle RN, CDE, Jackie Mernit Muhlstock and Mama Rose Marie.

Throughout the podcast we will be playing selected songs from Old Dominion’s “Happy Endings” album courtesy of SONY Music.