Browse the 10 best discounts on Diabetic Bracelets for Women designed and manufactured by trusted medical alarm and jewelry manufacturers. All discounts updated in real-time and all Diabetic Bracelets can be delivered to most popular international destinations.
- 7.5 inch awareness alert bracelet with DIABETIC charm heart - sized for medium wrists with a comfortable and smooth byzantine bracelet and latching clasp
- Made of zinc alloy which is lead and nickel free. Super safe for everyday wear and comfort. Silver tone plated for extra bling, shine and sparkle. Really stands out.
- Attached dangle charm is 1 inch x 1 inch in size and has clear crystal rhinestones - just beautifully added for your diabetes awareness jewelry or diabetes bracelet.
- Wheat or byzantine link bracelet, very durable, super smooth and doesn't catch clothing or hair like the silicone styles. It's the perfect make for diabetes bracelets for women.
- Good for Diabetes Type 1 or Type 2 awareness. Great for a diabetes ID bracelet. The dangle charm shows awareness or identification without sacrificing style. Easy to add a ribbon if wanted.
About Diabetic Bracelets for Women:
For many of us, sitting still while staring at a screen has become a way of life. We’ve gotten so used to this existence that our bodies have begun to self-destruct from lack of use. This mentally hectic yet sedentary lifestyle that many of us live has sabotaged the way our bodies are supposed to work and given rise to a killer disease called diabetes.
So, what is diabetes anyway? In a nutshell, diabetes happens when your body can no longer regulate the amount of blood sugar circulating in your system. This could be either due to your body not being able to produce enough insulin or your cells developing a resistance to it. Diabetes is a particularly nasty disease that can lead to complications like blindness, comas and kidney failure and is brought about by genetics or things like obesity and inactivity. The genetic kind, Type I accounts for around 10% of all diabetes cases. More worryingly, however, Type II diabetes, which is classed as a lifestyle disease, accounts for the rest.
No cure has yet been found for diabetes but proper management can help sufferers lead fairly normal lives. Where an unafflicted person can go anywhere on a whim, a person with diabetes should plan ahead so as not to get into a potentially dangerous situation. One of the more useful safeguards against an emergency is to let people know about your condition.
This is not to say that you should carry a sign around your neck. A tasteful accessory like a diabetic bracelet will do. An accessory such as this can save your life by giving rescuers a starting point should you become incapacitated. And as time is crucial in an emergency, having one should give you a bigger and better chance at recovery.