A person wearing an insulin pump
The mylife YpsoPump can be easily worn on the waistband.

Some people proudly display their insulin pump, while others prefer to hide it. Either way, people with diabetes need to keep their medical equipment with them at all times. So the challenge often arises of where and how to carry all the diabetes paraphernalia inconspicuously when they would like to conceal it.

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mylife Loop – Runs the marathon

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Sports are fun, require ambition and for many they also offer a welcome break from everyday routines. However, for people with type 1 diabetes, sports can pose a very special challenge. The reason for this is that physical exertion puts glucose management to the test.

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Nina Burton standing in the doorway
Nina Burton enjoys the best possible freedom with mylife Loop

Enjoying the best possible freedom with mylife Loop

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Nina has been living with diabetes for four years. After injecting insulin several times a day, she switched to mylife Loop after six months. She likes the fact that she doesn’t have to take her pump out of her pouch anymore and can deliver a bolus directly from her smartphone.

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Going on vacation with diabetes

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Whether it's summer, sun, beach and delicious food or cold, competitive sports and sports nutrition: Holidays should be fun. You don't want to think about the time difference, a new climate or changed eating and exercise habits. Because it's not just the body that cries out for rest, the mind also needs a break.

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