Some diabetes sufferers inject insulin to control their blood-sugar level, but a treatment programme set to launch in Hong Kong promises to reduce the need to inject by making lifestyle changes. Photo: Alamy
Some diabetes sufferers inject insulin to control their blood-sugar level, but a treatment programme set to launch in Hong Kong promises to reduce the need to inject by making lifestyle changes. Photo: Alamy
Wellness

Type 2 diabetes treatment based on lifestyle changes set for October launch in Hong Kong

  • Originating in the Netherlands, the six-month programme uses nutrition, exercise, sleep and relaxation as therapy
  • A programme adviser says most of those who use insulin to control the disease will be able to reduce, or even stop, their use after the first weekend

Some diabetes sufferers inject insulin to control their blood-sugar level, but a treatment programme set to launch in Hong Kong promises to reduce the need to inject by making lifestyle changes. Photo: Alamy
Some diabetes sufferers inject insulin to control their blood-sugar level, but a treatment programme set to launch in Hong Kong promises to reduce the need to inject by making lifestyle changes. Photo: Alamy
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