Type 1 Diabetes with Welsh subtitles

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Diabetes Math 1 + Inswlin

Understanding insulin and how it can be used to support people living with type 1 diabetes.

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Byw gyda Diabetes Math 1

We have made these films in collaboration with community organisations and DiabetesUK.  Some of the feedback we received suggested that it might be useful to break the film down into three sections. You can access those sections and other films in Urdu here: *******

If you would like to have a download link so that you can use these films in presentations please contact us at info@pocketmedic.org

type 1 diabetes, information, insulin, Urdu, 

Cyfri’r carbohydradau

Getting to grips with just how much carbohydrate there is in everything you eat will really help your blood glucose control.
For further information please visit: www.diabetes.org.uk

type 1 diabetes, carbohydrate, food, dietitian

Yr Arennau a Diabetes

We need to look after our kidneys as well as we look after our eyes and feet. Kidneys can sometimes be a bit neglected and this film is trying to redress that balance, because diabetes is the number one cause of kidney failure in the world. When you have your tests for kidney function try not to eat too much protein or do any vigorous exercise the night before otherwise your kidney assessment may look worse than it actually is.

Diabetes UK has information about your kidneys and links to pages where you can understand the meaning of your test results 

DUK also produces an information prescription to use when you go for your diabetes review. You can ask your diabetes nurse or GP to fill it out with you 
Look at it in combination with your care plan 

type 2 diabetes, kidney, blood pressure, tests

Teithio a Diabetes T1

Steve is a film producer travelling all over the world to tell stories about health. In this trip to Africa he shares his experiences of managing his diabetes with work, stress and heat.

type 1 diabetes, travel, insulin, hypo

Diabetes T1 a’r Teulu

A diagnosis of diabetes in a child can feel life-changing for the whole family, but Danielle and her son Niall show that carb-counting, healthy eating and good communication with the school can fit into the routine of busy family life.

type 1 diabetes, insulin, children, hypo

Deall Ymarfer Corff

Exercise & Type 1 diabetes – yes, they can and should go together. So whether it’s gardening or a full triathlon, here are some very important dos and don’ts to help you stay in control of your blood glucose.

diabetes, insulin, exercise, blood glucose

Sgrinio’r Retina

Diabetes can damage to the back of your eyes and, left untreated, can cause blindness. It’s absolutely crucial to attend eye screenings so that damage can be detected and treated in time.

For further information please visit: www.eyecare.wales.nhs.uk/diabetic-retinopathy-screening-service-w

diabetes, eyes, retinopathy, blind

Gyrru a Diabetes

A diagnosis of type 1 diabetes doesn’t mean you have to stop driving but it does mean that you have to start planning ahead.

diabetes, driving, hypo, DVLA

Rheoli Hypos

Having the odd hypo is part and parcel of having diabetes but there’s a lot you can do to manage how frequent or severe they are.
For more information please visit: www.diabetes.org.uk

diabetes, hypo, carbohydrate, blood glucose

Deall traed

This film looks at how to understand about risk to your foot (and feet!) and what to do about it. For more information you can click on this lin

diabetes, feet, neuropathy, ulcer

Gofal traed risg uchel

Foot care is of the utmost importance whether you have Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes. Step this way for some crucial advice.

diabetes, feet, foot, ulcer

Bwyta’n iach

Broken down into food groups, the film navigates healthy eating via the supermarket aisles and some hard to forget nuggets of advice!

healthy eating, shopping, food, diabetes

Paratoi ar gyfer Beichiogrwydd

A new mum and dad share their experience of planning for their first child and managing type 1 diabetes.

pregnancy, preparation, type 1 diabetes, baby

Pregnancy Medication & Monitoring

If diet and exercise aren’t keeping your blood glucose level under control and you need to move on to medication, rest assured it will be safe for both you and your baby. For more information please visit: www.diabetes.org.uk

control, insulin, pregnant, gestational diabetes, blood sugar, blood glucose

Deiet ac Ymarfer Corff

It can come as a shock to find you’ve developed diabetes when you’re pregnant. Women share their experiences and expert clinicians explain how a healthy diet and regular exercise can minimise the risk of it affecting you or your baby in the future.

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