- 10 steps to improving your diabetes control
- Run sweet – website on exercise and insulin
- Diabetes My Way – an NHS Scotland interactive diabetes website to help support people who have diabetes and their family and friends. You can view your own up-to-date diabetes clinic results and find leaflets, videos and educational tools to help you manage your condition more effectively.
- Diabetes UK – information for both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes
Below are some available technologies that are not required but may be useful to some people for managing their diabetes.
- MiaoMiao Reader – A FreeStlye Libre transmitter designed to provide continuous glucose reporting automatically every 5 minutes to your smartphone or smartwatch.
- TickleFlex – An insulin injection aid. Attaches to the end of your insulin pen to distract and secure the skin when injecting. For more information
- myLife – The mylife App can import the therapy data from the mylife YpsoPump and the mylife Unio Neva / mylife Unio Cara blood glucose meter via Bluetooth. It can also act as a bolus calculator for managing carb counting as well as tracking meals, exercise and insulin delivery. For more information
- MySugr – Allows you to log meals, blood sugars and insulin delivery. Also provides a bolus calculator. The MySugr app automatically synchronises blood glucose levels from Accu-Chek Mobile. The basic version is free, or for additional features such as blood sugar reminders and reports it is £2.99/month.