People with diabetes moodier, depressed

People with diabetes moodier, depressed

Researchers explained that People with diabetes are more likely to suffer depression, anxiety and anger if blood sugar levels are poorly controlled.

Pediatrics at the University of Colorado Denver said that better understanding of the relationship between glycemic variability and psychological disorders can lead to more effective strategies for patient management.

Researchers said that mood disorders and their association with poor glucose control that can complications in diabetes. They still do not know which comes first. Either mood disturbance leads to diabetes or vise versa.

Another group of researchers conducted continuous glucose monitoring from a group of women with type 2 diabetes. They also found greater glycemic variability may be associated with negative moods and lower quality of life.