World Diabetes Day

November 14th 2023 is

World Diabetes Day

Welcome to Cardiocare’s World Diabetes Day 2023 campaign! This year, our focus is on “Access to Diabetes Care.” We want to make sure you have all the information you need about diabetes, especially because it’s a chronic disease.


Let's learn a little about Diabetes

What is DIabetes?

Diabetes is a long-lasting health condition, like a friend that stays with you for life. It’s not like a short-term illness that you can take medicine for once and then forget about. Instead, it’s something you’ll need to manage every day.

Imagine it like this: Your body has a special job of keeping the amount of sugar in your blood just right, like a chef who balances the ingredients in a recipe. In diabetes, this balance is a little off. Your body might not have enough of the special helper (insulin) or your cells might not use it well. So, the sugar in your blood can get too high.

Needing to Pee Often

Pay attention to changes in frequency, color, or consistency of urine. t's like your body's way of saying, "I have too much sugar, let's get rid of some."

Feeling Extra Thirsty or Hungry:

Your body might be trying to tell you it needs help.

Fatigue and Weakness:

Think of it as a signal to check how your body's doing.

Blurry Vision

Sometimes, your eyes can tell you when things aren't right.

Why One-Off Treatment Won't Work

Is there a One time Treatment for Diabetes?

Imagine if you had a garden, and you needed to water the plants regularly to keep them healthy. If you gave them water just once and then forgot, they’d start to wither.

Diabetes is a bit like that. You can’t just take medicine once, and everything will be fine forever. You need to watch your blood sugar levels, eat the right foods, and sometimes take medicine as prescribed, just like watering your plants regularly.

CardioCare is Giving Back

Free Diabetes Health Checkup at Cardiocare

To help create awareness and also you take care of your diabetes, Cardiocare is offering a Free Diabetes Health Check during the week of World Diabetes Day.

Think of it like getting your garden tools ready for regular care. We’ll check your blood sugar, blood pressure, and talk to our diabetes experts about how to keep your diabetes well-managed.

We're in This Together

Sign up now for our free diabetes check

Diabtes day media rounds & interviews

Join our Media Rounds as we receive and answer Questions on diabetes and living healthy from our listeners and participants.

Instagram Live

Join our Instagram Live with Dr. Awofisoye, Consultant Endocrinologist, Cardiocare Multispecialty Hospital.

Radio show

Hot FM Radio 98.3MHz - 9am

What We Can Do For You

diabetes care at cardiocare

Diabetes Care Consultations
Cardiocare Hospital provides regular consultations with our experienced healthcare providers, including endocrinologists and primary care physicians. These appointments focus on monitoring blood sugar levels, assessing overall health, and making necessary adjustments to your diabetes treatment plan.
Medication Management
Our team of experts at Cardiocare Hospital offers comprehensive medication management for diabetes. Depending on your specific needs, we can prescribe and adjust medications such as insulin, oral antidiabetic drugs, or other injectable medications.
Nutritional Counseling:
Our registered dietitians and nutritionists provide personalized nutritional counseling to help you understand diabetes-friendly diets, create meal plans, and learn about carbohydrate counting and portion control. Proper nutrition is a crucial aspect of diabetes management.
comprehensive management of diabectic foot
Diabetes can impact foot health. Our healthcare professionals provide guidance on proper foot care practices, including regular inspections and appropriate footwear choices to minimize the risk of foot ulcers and infections.
Medication and Insulin Training
Our healthcare experts offer comprehensive training on the correct administration of insulin injections and other diabetes medications, ensuring safe and effective self-administration
Specialized Care for Pregnancy
Pregnant women with diabetes require specialized care to manage their blood sugar levels during pregnancy and minimize risks to both mother and baby.


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