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Diabetes is the second chronic disease that affects children the most. Cases increase year after year, leading affected children to have a high degree of responsibility and control for what could happen if proper care is not taken.
Diabetic children are often very responsible once they accept their new situation, they have had to learn to perform their tests, control their food, take their insulin injection and avoid undesirable situations ...
Although children learn everything we teach them easily, they often need a logical period of adaptation to diabetes after being diagnosed, because being "the one who does different things" is not easy.
For the parents of a diabetic child and for the child himself, the treatment of his disease involves constant attention and supervision of many of his routines, which can affect, initially, his emotional balance, until the assimilation of the disease new situation has been achieved.
The diagnosis of any chronic disease: diabetes, celiac disease, etc., imposes a new life style, which can affect the mood of the child who suffers it and his family.
Any chronic disease at any stage of life involves a great variety of psychological adjustments in the individual who suffers from it, therefore, it is very important that their family environment enables self-care of the diabetic child, facilitating their progressive autonomy.
Each child is unique, different, also in carrying a disease, and therefore will have their own rhythm in the adaptation process. To help the child achieve it, it is very important that they have everything family and school supportas you need to fully integrate at school and among your peers to be able to accept and take responsibility for your diabetes.
The attitude of the child, his family and the environment in which he moves are very important, since they will stimulate and motivate the child to responsibly control his health and overcome previous fears, realizing that he can have a good quality of life even with some limitation.
Patro Gabaldon. Editor of our site
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