Knowledge is Power
A diagnosis of diabetes doesn't mean living with complications.
Take our 1-minute quiz to get your Rimidi Diabetes Wellbeing Score™. We’ll send you a personalized report explaining how you can regain control over diabetes.Get Your Wellbeing Score
What you Get
When you complete our short quiz, we will calculate your Rimidi Diabetes Wellbeing Score on a scale of 0-100.
Along with this score, you can get a personalized report with more details:
- What this score means
- How you scored in different categories
- What you can do to improve your score
Your score is kept private and we will never publicly link a score with any identifiable information.
Everybody is Different
The Rimidi Diabetes Wellbeing Score takes into account your specific habits and health factors to calculate a score that is unique to you. We show you how well you’re doing to control your diabetes and what you can do to improve.
Hemoglobin A1C score gives an indication of your blood glucose level over the past 3 months. This shows how well your diabetes has been controlled recently. Uncontrolled blood glucose can lead to eye, kidney and nerve damage or cause a diabetic coma.
LDL is the so-called ‘bad cholesterol’. Having elevated LDL cholesterol levels for a significant period of time can lead to the formation of plaque. This plaque can damage or block the arteries and increase the risk of stroke or heart attack.
Blood pressure is a measure of the strength of your blood pushing against the sides of your blood vessels during and between heartbeats. Keeping your blood pressure under control can lower your risk of developing heart disease, kidney disease or stroke.
Body Mass Index (BMI) is a measure of your weight in relation to your height. Being overweight can make it harder to control blood glucose and blood pressure. Maintaining a healthy weight lowers your overall risk of developing complications.
Having a healthy lifestyle can help prevent complications of diabetes and make you feel better in your daily life. Regular moderate-intensity exercise, eating healthy foods and not smoking are all part of a healthy lifestyle.
Having regular check-ups help your healthcare providers find early warning signs of diabetic complications so they don't get worse and affect your quality of life. These include annual eye and foot exams and an annual test for protein in your urine.
Taking your medications as recommended by your healthcare provider will help keep your diabetes under control and prevent complications. Your medications may work to improve your glucose, cholesterol, and blood pressure levels.