Anthony Anderson is a paid spokesperson for Novo Nordisk, Inc.

about managing your blood sugar

I’m just gonna tell it to you straight—having high blood sugar is serious biz.

I saw what uncontrolled high blood sugar can do first-hand in my father’s life, and it completely changed my perspective.

I made the decision to take my blood sugar level seriously, and to do whatever it took to get it under control. That meant talking with my health care provider, changing up my diet, getting active, and making sure I had the support I needed to follow through.

about injections

I always thought I could manage my diabetes without an injection. Why poke myself if I don’t need to, right?

What I didn’t understand was that diabetes can change over time. No matter how well you do with your treatment plan, you may still have to take an injectable medicine like I do, in addition to keeping up with your diet and staying active.

Eventually, taking injections just became a part of my routine. Now I don’t even think about it.

STARTING AN INJECTABLE MEDICINE


Receive

Your health care provider can give you your first injection, so you can see what it’s like before doing it yourself.

Repeat

Make it a habit. Continue following your treatment plan and make injections part of your routine.

Register

Take advantage of free coaching programs that may offer phone support when you’re starting an injectable medicine.


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