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[This article belongs to Volume - 26, Issue - 02]

Diabetes Related Distress and Self-efficacy among Adolescents with Typ1 Diabetes

All ages are affected by type 1 diabetes that is typically identified in children and teenagers. Type 1 Diabetes in Teenagers have particular difficulties, such as controlling their blood sugar levels, following treatment plans, and coping with the psychological effects of the condition. According to the research statement, knowing how self-efficacy and diabetes distress are related may enable medical professionals to create more successful therapies for young individuals with type 1 diabetes. First, it emphasizes how critical it is to identify and treat diabetes-related discomfort in this demographic. Secondly, the statement implies that interventions targeting the enhancement of overall self-efficacy could potentially mitigate diabetes-related distress.