Making an extra 180 decisions a day

People living with type 1 diabetes must make an extra 180 decisions every day compared to the average person – and these are often decisions that are critical to their health and wellbeing.


It’s overwhelming and exhausting.


The constant choices leave the T1D community disproportionately suffering from a psychological phenomenon called decision fatigue, which puts them at greater risk of long-term health complications and exacerbates mental health issues. Rob Palmer knows the struggle and shared his experience of T1D and decision fatigue with The Morning Show last week.


Check out the interview here.