Campaign Goal
Our goal is to tackles one of the most common diseases in the kingdom where we can create an Awareness in how to prevent the disease complications & provide the needed support for this matter.

Diabetes Road of Prevention


How Much Activity?

  • Start by doing what you can do, and then look for ways to do more until you reach 150 minutes a week of activity.
  • Find the time that works best for you to add up to 150 minutes. For example:
  • 30 minutes at one time five times a week.

    15 minutes at a time 10 times a week.

    10 minutes at a time several times a day.

    Do It Your Way

  • Brisk walking is a great way to be active.
  • Try dancing, gardening, following a video, or taking a class.
  • Be active with a friend or family member.
  • Start with 10 minutes a day and build up over time.
  • Be Safe

  • Check your blood sugar before you are physically active.
  • Carry a snack with you in case your blood sugar goes too low.
  • Carry identification that says you have diabetes.
  • Wear shoes that fit well and are made for the kind of activity you do.
  • Check your feet every day. Call your doctor or nurse if a cut, sore, blister, or bruise on your feet or toes does not go away after 2 days.
  • Ask Your Doctor or Nurse:

  • What physical activities are safe for me?
  • Are there any special things I need to do to protect my feet?
  • Do I need to make any changes in my medicines before I raise my level of physical activity? Do I need to eat a snack before I’m active?


Eat Less Saturated Fat

  • Eat baked, broiled, or stewed fish and meats instead of fried.
  • Use nonfat or low-fat salad dressing, mayo, and margarine.
  • Try a food lower in fat in a favorite dish—for example, make mac and cheese with fat-free or low-fat cheese and milk.

Eat Less Sugar

  • Drink water, sugar-free soda, or unsweetened iced tea instead of fruit drinks, regular soda, or sweet tea.
  • Keep cold water in the fridge.
  • Share dessert with someone else when you’re eating out, instead of having a whole dessert.

Eat Healthy Portions

  • When eating out, share a meal with someone else or put half in a box to take home.
  • Eat slowly and take a break between bites.
  • Do not skip meals—when you skip a meal, it’s easy to overeat at the next meal.

1. How do I manage my ABCs?
A: Get a regular A1C test to measure your average blood sugar over 2 to 3 months.
B: Try to keep your blood pressure below 140/90 mm Hg (or the target your doctor sets).
C: Control your cholesterol levels.
s: Stop smoking or don’t start.
Keeping your ABC numbers close to target levels can lower your risk of long-term health problems. Ask your health care team to help you set personal targets.
2. How will I know if my medicines are working?
Are your ABC numbers close to or at your target levels?
If the answer is yes, then your medicines and efforts are working. Keep up the good work!
If the answer is no, then meet with your health care team to see if your treatment plan needs to be changed. Be sure to take all of your medicines and blood sugar records when you meet with your care team. Bring prescription and over-the-counter medicines.
3. When can I learn more about how to manage my diabetes?
The best times for diabetes education and support are:
When you’re first diagnosed with diabetes.
Once a year when you review your educational, nutritional, and emotional needs.
When new complications come up—for example, changes in your physical or emotional health or financial needs.
During changes in your care—for example, changes to your health care team, treatment plan, or living situation.
4.What vaccines should I have?
Getting vaccinated is an important part of staying healthy, especially when you have diabetes. That’s because people with diabetes have a higher risk of serious health problems that vaccines can prevent. Ask your Doctor what vaccines you need and when.
5.When should I schedule health care appointments?
  • See your regular health care team twice a year or more.
  • See an eye doctor, foot doctor, and dentist once a year or more.
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