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- Diabetes distress, a negative emotional experience from
having diabetes, has been associated with higher HbA1c.
- Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) has been associated
with lower HbA1c, but its association with diabetes
distress is unclear.
- Some research has found CGM users report lower diabetes
distress,3 while other research has found no difference in
distress or even greater distress.
In a sample of CGM users, we aimed to:
- Describe emotional burden and regimen-related distress
- Explore the overlap between the DDS-26 to emotional and
regimen-related distress subscales
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