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Thanks for joining me again on lybrate And I hope my previous videos are very helpful to you for understanding your disease and for personal education about your physical fitness. Today, I’m going to touch a very taboo topic, a topic which is always discussed under wraps the topic of diabetes and impotence. Impotence is not about sterility. Sterility and impotence are two different things, impotence is the inability of a partner to satisfy its partner on sexual basic, sterility is the difficulty in the ability to have production, reproduction and that is a very important topic that I’m going to discuss today diabetes and impotence. Well, a lot of my patients of diabetes always have a query that doctor, how is diabetes going to affect my sex life, well my answer to you is yes diabetes is going to affect your sex life is not one but many ways. first of all diabetes in itself is a problem that leads to nerve dysfunction and in spite of getting stimulated some people in diabetes in later stages who got diabetes uncontrolled for very long, they start to develop a problem by the name of erectile dysfunction.
Erectile dysfunction is a problem in which after maximal stimulation a man is not able to have a proper erection and this problem actually comes up out of the nervous system problems that happen because of the uncontrolled blood sugar level well, don’t get me wrong I don’t want to imply here that only diabetes is the reason because of people develop erectile dysfunction but diabetes is a very important reason because of which people develop erectile dysfunction. The second problem that people with diabetes may develop because they can have an effect on their sex life is about premature ejaculation.
Premature ejaculation is the lack of stamina in continuing the sexual act and the culmination of the sexual act by ejaculation which is premature and this means that a patient is not able to have a sexual satisfaction with his partner and neither does the partner achieve complete satisfaction because the male partner has ejaculated and there is no further stamina left for the continuation of the sexual act. I don’t understand that these people who have these problems of erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation they are more concerned about the sexual factor affecting them rather than diabetes that is affecting them but they have to understand that the core problem is the uncontrolled blood sugar, if they are able to control their blood sugar then probably they will be able have the cure and a solution to both these problems. Also, the second thing that is very baffling to me is the fact that most of the people who are suffering from these kind of sexual problems they go to quacks and people who are unqualified to the solution of their problems. well, I believe that if you confy in your doctor and go to a doctor who is qualified to handle this problem then probably you will get a better solution and a better cure of your problem rather than going to somebody who is going to provide you obscure desi medicine who doesn’t even have the qualification to cure it and in spite of that the people are streaming to these unqualified people rather than the doctor who may provide them the scientific solution to their problem ,having said that I will also like to recommend you that you can also make use of the online consults that are available on lybrate which will help you at least get a customize solution to your problem without having to go to people who are going to mess up your life because they don’t themselves know that what they are going to give as a medicine to you so don’t go to those people who are not qualified that’s my humble submission to you and I believe you will enjoy a very healthy life ahead of you and try to understand that it is actually the control of blood sugar that is paramount in the control of your sex life thank you very much and thanks for joining it.
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Since 3rd month of my pregnancy I have got severe acne. Earlier I had very mild acne. I also have PCOD even before my pregnancy. I had occasional mild acne since I was 22 years but PCOD since I was 28. But from 3rd month of my pregnancy I have got severe cystic acne which gets aggravated sometimes. I was treated with isotretinoin 20 mg for 2 months but since I am planning for my second baby I have left it and again I am getting occasional breakouts. What will be the right form of treatment for me. Please advise if I need hormonal therapy or a full course of isotretinoin will solve my issue so that I can start treatment accordingly post delivery? Since isotretinoin or hormonal therapy is not advised during pregnancy can I do something else to check my acne? One doctor advised me to take PCO care for 4 months. Is it safe to take during planning? Please help. I am 31 years old now.
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15 nutrition tips for a healthy summer
Summer weekends at the beach, backyard barbecues, and outdoor dinners are finally here, but these gatherings are often loaded with high-calorie pasta salads, chips, ice cream, cocktails and beers. Enjoy your warm weather favorites while keeping your nutrition in check with the tips below.
1. Drink green tea instead of sweet tea. Green tea has a natural component that helps speed up your metabolism. Skip the box tea and opt for the brew-it-yourself with boiling water and a tea-bag-type tea.
2. Serve seafood. Summer is the ideal time to get the freshest catch from your local grocer. Grill salmon, tuna, lobster, steamer clams, and calamari for a low-calorie, protein-packed lunch or dinner.
3. Don’t skip breakfast. When you wake up in the morning, your body is running on fumes. Eating a breakfast with protein, carbs, and healthy fat kicks your metabolism into high gear and provides energy for the day.
4. Enjoy summer fruits and veggies. It’s easy to sink into a vegetable rut, eating the same boring veggies week after week, but with summer comes fresh choices. Including a mix of in-season colorful veggies in your meals gives your body a nutrient kick.
5. Snack at work. Bring snacks to work and graze throughout the day. When you eat more often—five to six times per day—you’re far less likely to overeat and more likely to stay energized.
6. Grab a sports drink. For workouts lasting longer than 45 minutes, drinking a sports drink every 15 to 20 minutes can help you maintain energy, increase endurance, and stay hydrated.
7. Drink healthier beers. If you're going to indulge, opt for antioxidant-packed craft brews like fuller's organic honey dew ale or stoudt's fat dog imperial oatmeal stout. To save calories, choose beers with less than 100 calories like select 55 and miller lite.
8. Hydrate often. The summer heat makes you more susceptible to dehydration. Start off your day by drinking two glasses of water and keep drinking at each meal, as well as before and after your workout, to stay hydrated. Carry a water bottle with you as a reminder to stay hydrated.
9. Cook meals together. Involve your friends and family in your healthy lifestyle this summer. A simple way to start: plan meals, shop, and cook with your spouse and kids.
10. Downsize your dinnerware. We’re not talking about buying new plates, just using the smaller ones in your set for meals like lunch and dinner. Cornell university researchers found that by switching from 12- to 10-inch plates anyone can reduce calorie consumption by 20 to 22 percent and lose nearly two pounds per month. And that’s without changing any other aspect of your diet.
11. Recover with a post-workout shake. After exercising, blend your favorite summer fruits and a scoop of whey protein into a shake to kickstart the muscle-building process, help your body recover from training, and boost your energy levels.
12. Pre-plan your meals. You plan your weekend getaways and activities for summer. Why not your meals? make it easy by preparing all of your food on sunday so that you have enough meals for the week. The best part: you'll save money.
13. Eat healthy at the beach. Ice cream stands and high-calorie barbecues are bound to put a damper on your diet, so stay clear of these temptations by being prepared. Pack a cooler with ice, bottled water, sandwiches on whole grain breads, pita chips, hummus, yogurt and lots of fruit. You’ll feel healthier and happier after your day at the beach.
14. Give your house a summer cleaning. You need an environment that reflects your healthy way of living and your summer fitness goals. To start, remove unhealthy foods from your home (so you’re not tempted). While you’re at it, stock your office with fruit, nuts, and other healthy snacks.
15. Build a better burger. Create a healthier burger with whole wheat buns, lean meats, and delicious toppings like pineapple, wasabi, guacamole, and feta cheese.