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    Motivational Monday: Don’t Let Diabetes Stop You!

    “Everyone has a challenge in life. There’s always something you’re overcoming…We get knocked down, but we can get back up. Chase your dreams. Rely on your support team. Find out what resources you have and use them. Don’t let diabetes stop you.” – Will Cross

    Enough said.

    Friends, take heed and make today great 💙

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    Quick Tip Thursday: Setting Reminders on Your Phone Can Help You Remember Your Medication

    Make sure to set reminders on your phone to take your medication at the same time every day. This will help ensure you don’t miss a dose and can help make taking your medication a regular habit.

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    Wellness Wednesday: Diabetes & Mental Health

    Mental health is a significant issue that impacts many people, and diabetes is a chronic condition that can negatively affect mental health. When dealing with diabetes-related mental health issues,
    such as diabetes distress and depression, it's important to know the resources available.

    Many organizations and resources can help those in need of mental health support. National organizations like the American Diabetes Association provides information and resources on managing diabetes and mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety.

    The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is a nonprofit organization that works to provide education and support to those affected by mental health issues. They have a variety of resources and services available to those affected by diabetes and mental health issues, including a helpline, support groups, and information about counseling and treatment options.

    You can also find support and guidance through support groups and online resources.

    Therefore, if you’re a member of this community, then you are already a step ahead!

    By taking the time to learn more about the resources available to those affected by diabetes and mental health issues, you can find the support and guidance you need to get the help you need.

    American Diabetes Association: diabetes.org/healthy-living/mental-health

    National Alliance on Mental Illness: www.nami.org/Home

    If you know of any organizations and resources that has helped you, please share in the comments below 👇🏾

    And as always, if feel free to message me directly if you’re looking for mental health resources in your local area. 💙

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    Talk About It Tuesday: Community Check-In

    Time for a community check-in ❤️

    How are you really feeling and how can our community support you during this time?
    Share how you’re feeling with an emoji or your thoughts in the comments below.

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    Motivational Monday: Give Yourself Grace

    Living with a chronic illness can be difficult, but by giving yourself grace, practicing self-care, accepting help, and recognizing your worth, you can move through it with strength and resilience. Be kind to yourself and recognize that progress is worth celebrating. Take time for yourself and accept help from others. Recognize that your illness is not a reflection of who you are.

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    Januvia Generic: a comprehensive description

    An active population places a premium on convenient and individualized medical treatment in Valencia, California. In spite of the abundance of local medical facilities, locals know they can count on Valencia Town Center Pharmacy for all their pharmaceutical requirements. This pharmacy, found at 26357 McBean Parkway, Suite 140, Valencia, CA 91355, strives to go above and beyond for each and every one of its clients. With Dr. Ralph Anthony Olivier Jr. Pharm.D. at the helm, the pharmacy has quickly become the place to go for Januvia Generic and other pharmaceutical needs.

    Valencia Town Center Pharmacy's commitment to accommodating customers with unique Januvia Generic requirements is a major selling point. Patients with type 2 diabetes often use Januvia to control their blood sugar. Januvia Generic is a generic version of the brand-name drug that has the same active ingredient and works in the same way but costs much less. For those looking for a low-priced alternative that won't sacrifice quality of life, this is a great choice.

    Valencia Town Center Pharmacy's head pharmacist, Dr. Ralph Anthony Olivier Jr. Pharm.D., is an industry veteran with extensive experience. Dr. Olivier's years of practice have equipped him to identify and address each individual patient's concerns. He is committed to his patients and takes the time to get to know them, address their problems, and provide individualized recommendations for drug use, dosing, and side effects.

    The pharmacy in Valencia Town Center serves as much more than a simple drug store. To improve their patients' healthcare experience as a whole, they provide a variety of complementary services. Medication counseling is included in these services; pharmacists take the time to talk to patients about their prescriptions and answer their questions. Medication synchronization is another service offered by the pharmacy, which enables customers to get all their refills on the same day.

    Another distinguishing feature of Valencia Town Center Pharmacy is its convenient location. The pharmacy staff is aware of the significance of providing easy access to healthcare and works hard to achieve this goal. Patients may simply order refills, see their drug profiles, and know when their prescriptions are available for collection using an intuitive online system. The pharmacy's prescription delivery services are an extra amenity, guaranteeing punctual drug delivery to customers' front doors.

    The Valencia Town Center Pharmacy is proud of its dedication to providing excellent service to its customers. Patients may count on help and information from kind and professional personnel at all times. The staff at the Valencia Town Center Pharmacy is committed to making each and every one of their customer's visits to the pharmacy a pleasant and stress-free one, whether they be giving medicine suggestions, guidance on over-the-counter items, or assistance in navigating insurance and payment choices.

    Visit the Valencia Town Center Pharmacy for all of your prescription drug requirements, including Januvia Generic. Expertise, convenience, and individualized care come together at this pharmacy, led by Dr. Ralph Anthony Olivier Jr., Pharm.D., to safeguard patients' health and happiness. You can see for yourself the high quality of service provided by Valencia Town Center Pharmacy by paying them a visit at 26357 McBean Parkway, Suite 140, Valencia, California 91355.

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    Food & Nutrition Friday: Food Finds

    What is a new food or product you found at the store that you would like to share?

    Comment below to tell us about it 👇🏾

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    My name is Carolyn Jones 👋🏽 My health battle is being an type 2 Diabetic.

    Having to live with type 2 Diabetes can bring a lot of health problems to your body. One of them is depression, the feeling of hopelessness. This disease makes me feel like I haven’t got control over my own body, That food has the control. Because what l eat is going to determine my day. Especially when l am depress. I have a tendency to run to food for comfort. Not the healthy foods . So it’s a battle every day. The Holy Spirit reminds me every day to run to Him for comfort. That He is my Comforter not food 🙏🏽❤️

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    Wellness Wednesday: Switching Doctors, But Insurance Denies It

    You want to switch doctors, but your insurance company denies it.

    What to do now?

    This article shares a few options:


    ❓Have you experienced a similar situation?

    Share your experiences in the comments 👇🏾

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