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Advance Diabetes & Asthma Clinic

Allergist/ Immunologist, Asthma Specialist, Diabetologist
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Clinic Address
Opp. Datta Mandir, Thana College Road, Behind Ashok Talkies, Thane (W)
Thane, Maharashtra - 400601
Details for Dr. Manish Sachdev
Grant Medical College, JJ group of Hospitals Mumbai
Delhi - PHFI,
Certificate Course in Evidence based Diabetes Management -
Anamalai University - Chennai
P.G. Diploma in Health Science (Diabetology)
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Wales College of Medicine, Cardiff University, UK,
Diploma in Diabetology
Professional Memberships
Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI)
Maharastra Medical Council
European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD)
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American Diabetes Association (ADA)
Research Society for the Study of Diabetes in India (RSSDI)
Past Experience
1990 - Present Owner at Advance Diabetes and Asthma Clinic
  • MBBS, Certificate Course in Evidence based Diabetes Management -, P.G. Diploma in Health Science (Diabetology), Diploma in Diabetology
    Allergist/ Immunologist, Asthma Specialist, Diabetologist
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  • Diploma in Diabetology, P.G. Diploma in Health Science (Diabetology), Certificate Course in Evidence based Diabetes Management -, MBBS
    Addison s disease is a disorder caused due to significant damage in the adrenal cortex (located alongside the adrenal gland s perimeter that helps mediate stress reaction), which leads to a deficiency in the secretion of the hormones aldosterone (that regulates the sodium and potassium level of the body), androgen and cortisol (which control the body s reaction in situations of intense pressure) by the adrenal glands.

    There are generally two stages of Addison s disease. The causes vary according to the stages:

    In the primary stage of the disorder, the body s immune system attacks the adrenal cortex and significantly damages it.

    Other significant causes are as follows:

    This might occur as a result of the development of tumors and cancerous cells in the body
    Resulting from certain infections
    Long-term usage of glucocorticoids (inflammation reducing steroids) might result in the primary adrenal insufficiency
    This might also be caused due to tuberculosis or severe bleeding in the adrenal glands.
    Risk Factors

    If you re suffering from any one of the following complications, your chances of contracting Addison s disease increase significantly:

    Cancer or if you have undergone any surgery to remove parts of the adrenal gland
    Tuberculosis or diabetes.
    Frequent usage of coagulants
    The treatment of Addison s disease varies according to the cause of the disorder.
    The most common treatments for the disorder include:

    A prescribed dosage of glucocorticoids might be recommended
    Replacement of the hormones that the adrenal glands are unable to produce: Cortisone acetate or prednisone might be used in order to replace the cortisol hormone.
    Meditation or other relaxing techniques to ease excessive stress levels or manage any trauma that you have been through.
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  • Diploma in Diabetology, P.G. Diploma in Health Science (Diabetology), Certificate Course in Evidence based Diabetes Management -, MBBS
    Glucose is the primary ingredient within the body, which is turned into an energy source. This is what we use when we move, walk or make the slightest movements. To metabolize glucose into energy, our body needs insulin, which is a hormone produced within the pancreas. However, if the body doesn't react to the insulin or the pancreas is unable to produce enough, glucose cannot be converted into energy and thus results in type 2 diabetes.

    Symptoms of type 2 diabetes
    1. Sudden or gradual weight loss despite increased hunger - Many people complain that they feel hungry and eat more, but despite this the tend to lose weight. This occurs as the body cannot metabolize glucose and uses energy reserves from fat or muscles leading to weight loss.

    2. Frequent infections and slow healing - If you are afflicted with type 2 diabetes, then it might affect your immune system and you may be prone to infections. Also, any cuts or bruises on your body will take much longer to heal than normal.

    3. Irritability and fatigue - Another common symptom of type 2 diabetes along with the other symptoms mentioned here is quick irritability and fatigue. This is because most of the body is deprived of sugar and thus lacks the energy needed to function normally.

    4. Constant thirst and increased urination - If you feel constantly thirsty despite drinking ample water and urinating frequently, this may be a tell tale sign of type 2 diabetes.

    5. Skin darkening in folds and creases of the body - Also known as acanthosis nigricans; this is known darkening of the skin where it also becomes velvety to the touch. It usually develops in the folds of skin in areas, such as the neck and armpits and is a direct result of insulin resistance.

    Causes of type 2 diabetes

    Some of the most common causes of type 2 diabetes could be:

    a. Being overweight
    b. Lack of physical activity
    c. Genetic predisposition or family history
    d. If you are more than 45 years of age
    e. Hormonal problems such as Polycystic ovarian syndrome

    Treatment or management of type 2 diabetes

    In most cases, major lifestyle changes can easily keep the symptoms of type 2 diabetes in check although, in certain cases medications may also be required. Some of the steps necessary are as follows:

    1. Change in diet and healthy eating
    2. Physical activity and exercising
    3. Regular blood sugar monitoring and
    4. Blood sugar medication along with insulin therapy, if necessary
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  • Diploma in Diabetology, P.G. Diploma in Health Science (Diabetology), Certificate Course in Evidence based Diabetes Management -, MBBS
    Small endocrine glands, which are located on top of each kidney are known as Adrenal glands. These Adrenal glands produce hormones that regulate blood sugar, stress and sexual functions. Any problems in the pituitary gland can affect the Adrenal gland as the pituitary gland regulates all endocrine glands.

    Different types of Adrenal gland disorders are:
    1. Cushing's disease: This disorder occurs when the Adrenal glands produce too much cortisol in the body. Cortisol is a hormone that Adrenal glands produce when a body is exposed to stress. The cause of this disease is the intake of steroids and tumors present in the pituitary gland. Its symptoms are increase in blood pressure, weakness in the muscles and weak bones.

    2. Adrenal cancer: Presence of cancerous cells in the Adrenal cortex leads to Adrenal cancer. Symptoms of the disorder are stomach cramps, blood pressure problems and irregular menstrual cycle.

    3. Addison's disease - This disease occurs when the Adrenal glands produce less cortisol. This disorder is linked with the immune system as the Adrenal glands are attacked by it during this disorder. Symptoms of this disorder are nausea, loss of appetite, constipation and muscle pain.

    4. Pheochromocytoma - It is a tumor that develops in the adrenal gland and causes excessive production of a hormone called catecholamine. These hormones help in regulating blood pressure. The primary causes of this disorder are genetic factors. Common symptoms of this disorder are headaches, shortness of breath and sweating.

    5. Conn's syndrome - This disorder occurs when the hormone Aldosterone is produced in excess by the Adrenal glands. Symptoms of this disorder are feeling excessively thirsty, muscle weakness and high blood pressure.
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