CBT may help people with diabetes

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) may be used to alleviate pain associated with diabetes.

Researchers used a randomised controlled trial to compare CBT with treatment as usual in a sample of 20 adults suffering from painful nerve damage as a result of type 2 diabetes.

After four months, people who had received CBT reported less pain and less interference than those who received treatment as usual.

Read more at Boston University