Answers to Common Diabetes Questions

Premier Health providers answer frequently asked questions about diabetes.

What are the warning signs of diabetes burnout in a loved one?

If a loved one has diabetes, it’s important to be able to recognize the warning signs of diabetes burnout so you can help them work toward getting back on track.

Some signs to look for, according to the Centers for Disease Control and PreventionOff Site Icon (CDC), include:

  • Avoiding physical activity
  • Not checking blood sugar
  • Not following dietary guidelines
  • Not taking medicine
  • Skipping doctor’s appointments

Someone with diabetes burnout might express feeling overwhelmed, frustrated, exhausted, and annoyed by managing their diabetes, according to the American Diabetes AssociationOff Site Icon (ADA).

Talk to your doctor for more information about symptoms of diabetes burnout.

Learn more:

Source: Joseph Allen, MD, Family Medicine of Vandalia; Michael Chunn, MD, Family Practice; Isaac Corney, MD, Trotwood Physician Center; Ann DeClue, MD, Saadeddine Dughman, MD, Advanced Cardiovascular Institute; Gary Fishbein, MD, Dayton Heart Center; Irina Gendler, MD, Troy Primary Care Physicians; Roger Goodenough, MD, Troy Primary Care Physicians; J. Wes Halderman, MD, Jamestown Family Medicine; Timothy O Donnell, MD, Miami Valley Primary Care; Miguel Parilo, MD, Bull Family Diabetes Center; Srikanth Sadhu, MD, Advanced Cardiovascular Institute; Trisha Zeidan, MD, Bull Family Diabetes Center; Chandan Gupta, MD, Monroe Medical Center; Miguel Parilo, MD, FACP, Bull Family Diabetes Center; Kristine Sun, MD; Premier Family Care of Mason;

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Michael Chunn, MD

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