Nick Jonas says living with type 1 diabetes can feel lonely and isolated

Nick Jonas, who enjoyed fame since he was a child and formed a band with his brothers, interacts with his fans on social networks very often. He along with his brother Kevin and Joe returned to make music and act as a band recently. Fans know that Nick was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes 14 years ago. Since then, he has often talked about how he treats it daily.

In a recent social media post, he wrote: “14 years ago this month I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. This experience has shaped the way I approach my health: exercise, eat well and always think about my blood sugar needs and insulin You can't always see what it means to manage an invisible disease, and type 1 diabetes can feel lonely and isolated. That's why I co-founded @ BeyondType1 in 2015, to make sure no one feels alone with this diagnosis and to share how you can thrive with type 1 diabetes. November is diabetes awareness month: join us in Beyond Type 1 sharing how diabetes has impacted your life with #TheDropSpotted. I am very grateful to my fans for your support and kindness! ”Look at his post here:

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14 years ago, this month I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. This experience has shaped the way I approach my health: exercise, eat well and always think about my blood sugar and insulin needs. You can't always see what it means to manage an invisible disease, and type 1 diabetes can feel lonely and isolated. That's why I co-founded @ BeyondType1 in 2015, to make sure nobody feels alone with this diagnosis and to share how you can thrive with type 1 diabetes. November is Diabetes Awareness Month: join us in Beyond Type 1 sharing how diabetes has impacted your life with #TheDropSpotted. I am very grateful to my fans for their support and kindness!

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Nick's wife Priyanka Chopra Jonas recently spoke about how he deals with diabetes. the Bollywood The actress said that when she married Nick, she could not understand the fact that he knew when he had dropped the sugar, even while sleeping. She said he has a crazy discipline about controlling his blood sugar level. He used to wake up in the middle of the night to make sure he was okay, but he soon realized that he was well equipped to handle it. PC also said he has not let the disorder affect his way of life. In fact, he lives the greatest life possible and has not restricted himself from anything.

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