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Siren Diabetic Socks – Final Giveaway!

By Maryam Murphy | April 18, 2018 | 0 Comments

Congratulations to the winner of our third giveaway! Today, launches the last giveaway of our month of giveaways. Thank you to everyone who entered our previous giveaways. This is our final and last giveaway! You don’t want to miss out! We’ve been overwhelmed by your support thus far in our pre-sale. Don’t miss out on […]

Siren Diabetic Socks – Giveaway #3

By Maryam Murphy | April 11, 2018 | 0 Comments

Congratulations to the winner of our second giveaway! Today, launches the 3rd giveaway of our month of giveaways. Thank you to everyone who entered our previous giveaways. Now you have another great chance to win another awesome bundle we’ve compiled. We’ve been overwhelmed by your support thus far in our pre-sale. Don’t miss out on […]

Expect the Unexpected: A life with diabetes

By Maryam Murphy | April 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

This is a guest post written by Rachel Zinman. She is the author of the book Yoga for Diabetes. She also writes regularly on her blog Yoga for Diabetes.  I didn’t expect to be diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at the age of 42 nearly 25 years into my career as a global yoga teacher but if […]

Siren Diabetic Socks – Giveaway #2

By Maryam Murphy | April 4, 2018 | 0 Comments

Thank you to everyone who entered our first giveaway during our month-long giveaway series! We’re continuing the giving with our second giveaway, so if you missed out you have another chance to win! We have another exciting giving that we’re launching today. We’ve been overwhelmed by your support thus far in our pre-sale. Don’t miss […]

Siren Diabetic Socks – A Month of Giveaways!

By Siren | March 28, 2018 | 1 Comment

We know that insulin and other injections for people with type 2 diabetes are sensitive to heat and cold. They need to be refrigerated and, once in use, protected from heat so they can stay effective and work well. Easier said than done, especially while you are traveling! Here are 3 essential tips: Protect from […]

3 Top Tips on Traveling with Insulin

By Siren | March 22, 2018 | 0 Comments

We know that insulin and other injections for people with type 2 diabetes are sensitive to heat and cold. They need to be refrigerated and, once in use, protected from heat so they can stay effective and work well. Easier said than done, especially while you are traveling! Here are 3 essential tips: Protect from […]

5 Innovative Companies Redefining Diabetes Care

By Siren | March 13, 2018 | 1 Comment

Managing diabetes can be both overwhelming and challenging for many people. So, today, we’re highlighting some of our favorite companies who are working to make care management easier. These companies are going above and beyond standard care to provide innovative solutions for people with diabetes. One Drop One Drop Chrome is a sleek glucose monitoring […]

5 Diabetic Foot Symptoms You Can’t Ignore

By Siren | March 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

Diabetes can lead to major foot-related complications. It’s easy to ignore some of the signs and symptoms of these problems or dismiss them. But, it’s important to pay attention to what’s going on with your feet! Ignoring a small cut or blister can result in larger problems like foot ulcers and amputations. Today, we’re sharing […]

What are diabetic socks?

By Siren | March 2, 2018 | 0 Comments

Diabetic socks are specifically designed to help protect your feet and provide comfort and support. When you have diabetes, you are more at risk for foot injuries. Over time, elevated blood sugar levels, genetics, lifestyle, and behavior, can cause damage to the nerves and blood vessels in your feet. As a result of this damage, […]

Diabetes Health: Bottom of Foot Pain

By Siren | February 27, 2018 | 0 Comments

Experiencing pain in your feet and toes? When you have diabetes, you may experience pain because of a condition called diabetic neuropathy.  Over time, when you have diabetes, the nerves in your feet and toes may become damaged. This nerve damage is neuropathy. It can result in the following symptoms: Pain Tingling Numbness Pins and Needles […]

Siren Diabetic Socks – Final Giveaway!

Congratulations to the winner of our third giveaway! Today, launches the last giveaway of our month of giveaways. Thank you to everyone who entered our previous giveaways. This is our final and last giveaway! You don’t want to miss out! We’ve been overwhelmed by your support thus far in our pre-sale. Don’t miss out on…

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Siren Diabetic Socks – Giveaway #3

Congratulations to the winner of our second giveaway! Today, launches the 3rd giveaway of our month of giveaways. Thank you to everyone who entered our previous giveaways. Now you have another great chance to win another awesome bundle we’ve compiled. We’ve been overwhelmed by your support thus far in our pre-sale. Don’t miss out on…

Read More...

Expect the Unexpected: A life with diabetes

This is a guest post written by Rachel Zinman. She is the author of the book Yoga for Diabetes. She also writes regularly on her blog Yoga for Diabetes.  I didn’t expect to be diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at the age of 42 nearly 25 years into my career as a global yoga teacher but if…

Read More...

Siren Diabetic Socks – Giveaway #2

Thank you to everyone who entered our first giveaway during our month-long giveaway series! We’re continuing the giving with our second giveaway, so if you missed out you have another chance to win! We have another exciting giving that we’re launching today. We’ve been overwhelmed by your support thus far in our pre-sale. Don’t miss…

Read More...

Siren Diabetic Socks – A Month of Giveaways!

We know that insulin and other injections for people with type 2 diabetes are sensitive to heat and cold. They need to be refrigerated and, once in use, protected from heat so they can stay effective and work well. Easier said than done, especially while you are traveling! Here are 3 essential tips: Protect from…

Read More...

3 Top Tips on Traveling with Insulin

We know that insulin and other injections for people with type 2 diabetes are sensitive to heat and cold. They need to be refrigerated and, once in use, protected from heat so they can stay effective and work well. Easier said than done, especially while you are traveling! Here are 3 essential tips: Protect from…

Read More...

5 Innovative Companies Redefining Diabetes Care

Managing diabetes can be both overwhelming and challenging for many people. So, today, we’re highlighting some of our favorite companies who are working to make care management easier. These companies are going above and beyond standard care to provide innovative solutions for people with diabetes. One Drop One Drop Chrome is a sleek glucose monitoring…

Read More...

5 Diabetic Foot Symptoms You Can’t Ignore

Diabetes can lead to major foot-related complications. It’s easy to ignore some of the signs and symptoms of these problems or dismiss them. But, it’s important to pay attention to what’s going on with your feet! Ignoring a small cut or blister can result in larger problems like foot ulcers and amputations. Today, we’re sharing…

Read More...

What are diabetic socks?

Diabetic socks are specifically designed to help protect your feet and provide comfort and support. When you have diabetes, you are more at risk for foot injuries. Over time, elevated blood sugar levels, genetics, lifestyle, and behavior, can cause damage to the nerves and blood vessels in your feet. As a result of this damage,…

Read More...

Diabetes Health: Bottom of Foot Pain

Experiencing pain in your feet and toes? When you have diabetes, you may experience pain because of a condition called diabetic neuropathy.  Over time, when you have diabetes, the nerves in your feet and toes may become damaged. This nerve damage is neuropathy. It can result in the following symptoms: Pain Tingling Numbness Pins and Needles…

Read More...