Hello! I am sorry to hear about your difficulty controlling blood sugar. Unfortunately we are unable to provide any medical advice, and would suggest that you speak with your health care provider in regards to this concern.
I am sorry that you had so much trouble sleeping. I have a lot of trouble sleeping as well. I have tried 10 mg of melatonin with no problems. It works a little bit better then 5 mg. The problem is that you have to take it about a half an hour before you want to go to sleep. You need to try and go to sleep at the same time every night. You also…
Research has shown that active people are much less likely to suffer chronic disease such as diabetes, heart disease and joint problems, and they are likely to have better mental health than their sedentary counterparts. This means the more active you are, the less you have to devote to the health care system, leaving you with more to spend on…(Show moreShow less)
That is a great question! Currently, dental exams are not eligible activities within Go365. Thank you so much for your feedback, there are no current changes scheduled to be made at this time. Any changes that are made in the future will be communicated! 2019 Medicare Go365 Guide
My sleep seems to be regularly interrupted. I go to bed about 10 PM and by 3 AM I am ready to start my day. I feel frustrated that I can't sleep at least 7 straight hours. I do feel tired throughout the day, especially in the afternoon.
I suffer from PTSD and have horrible nightmares which prevent me to get full night sleep. I don't know what what a full 8 hours even feels like. I'm lucky if I get 8 hours of sleep in one week. I've taken up drawing, and reading, coloring, and even playing Bingo on my tablet. Does anybody else suffer from insomnia this bad?
Go365 is a wellness and rewards program that is deeply rooted in behavioral economics and actuarial science. We provide a personalized approach to health and wellness so members can easily take a path to good health and be rewarded for healthy activities and achievements.
It sounds like you are doing the right thing by trying different activities that work for you and your body. Keep that up! Diet and nutrition is very important as well. It may be beneficial to discuss this with your provider the next time you are in for an office visit (subject to benefits). You can also check out the Healthy Living page for…