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Dr. Sanjeev Clinc

Cardiologist, Chest Physician, Diabetologist, Internal Medicine
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UG-7, Amarpali Green Market, Near Shipra Mall, Vaibhav Khand, Indirapuram
Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh - 201014
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PTA Govt. Medical College
PTA Govt. Medical College
MD - Medicine
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    Cardiologist, Diabetologist, Internal Medicine, Chest Physician
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    Between a woman dressed in a satin dress and another dressed in cotton, who do you think was more comfortable? The lady dressed in cotton ofcourse! It isn't the length of the dress that dictates this answer but the breathability of the fabric.

    Breathability can be defined as the fabric's ability to allow air and moisture to pass through it. This is determined by the composition of fibers and how tightly they are woven together. Wearing breathable fabric helps your skin breathe by allowing sweat to evaporate rather than block skin pores. This also helps regulate your body's temperature. So, when you go shopping for your summer wardrobe, look out for these fabrics.

    1 Cotton
    Cotton is a natural fiber hat can be found in a number of varieties. However, not all of them are breathable. For your skin to breathe, avoid cotton blends and stick to 100% cotton fabric. Seersucker and madras cotton are great for summer. Cotton clothes are ideal for dry summers as well as humid conditions.

    2 Linen
    The light weight nature of linen makes it an extremely breathable fabric. This natural fiber also absorbs moisture very well.

    3 Light Silk
    Silk is often termed as a winter material but light silks are ideal for any weather. Silk is highly absorbent and dries quickly thus allowing your skin to breathe. It also has natural climate regulating properties that allow it to stay cool in summers and warm in winters. Silk is also the most hypoallergenic fabric available.

    4 Chambray
    Chambray is a breathable alternative to denims. While heavy weight chambray has a rugged appeal, light weight chambray can have a casual as well as dressy appeal.

    On that note, here are a few fabrics to avoid

    1 Nylon
    Nylon is a completely synthetic material with low absorption and a water repellant nature. Thus not only will it not allow sweat to evaporate, it will trap your sweat within your clothes. This is both uncomfortable and unhealthy.

    2 Polyester and Polyester blends
    Like nylon, polyester is water repellent and thus allows perspiration to between your clothes and your skin causing the garment to stick to the body. Don't assume a polyester cotton blend to be any better as even a 40% synthetic presence can keep the fabric from absorbing sweat.

    3 Viscose or Rayon
    Both these fabrics are often passed off as cotton. However they do not have the absorption or breathability nature of cotton. While it will not trap heat like nylon and polyester, rayon also repels water thus leading to a perspiration build up.

    4 Satin
    Satin is produced by weaving nylon and polyester together and hence is synthetic and does not allow the skin to breathe. Also satin is thick and heavy.
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    General Physician
    What Causes Colon Cancer ? + It's Warning Signs

    Colon cancer is cancer that starts in the large intestine (colon). In most cases it begins as a non-malignant group of cells called polyps, which may turn cancerous over time. After the formation of the malignant tumors, the cancerous cells may spread to other parts of your body through lymph and blood channels. It can occur together with rectal cancer and is known as colorectal cancer.

    Causes of Colon Cancer

    The occurrence of colon cancer may depend on the presence of precancerous polyps in the colon. Adenomas polyps may turn cancerous, but are removable through colonoscopy. Hyperplastic polyps rarely become cancerous, whereas inflammatory polyps may become cancerous after the inflammation of the colon.

    Other risk factors that may influence the occurrence of colon cancer are,

    Genetics: about 20% colon cancers are thought to be caused by mutation of the genes.

    Age: those over the age of 50 are more likely to develop colon cancer, though now it is also increasingly affecting younger people.

    Lifestyle: it is more likely to affect people who lead a sedentary lifestyle, smoke tobacco or are obese.

    Diet: it is more likely to affect those whose diets are high in red meats, calories, and fat while being low in fiber. Alcohol consumption may also affect its occurrence.

    Medical conditions: people who suffer from diabetes, acromegaly (growth hormone disorder) and colitis etc, may also be prone to develop colon cancer.

    Warning Signs of Colon Cancer

    Colon cancer generally goes undetected in the early stages. The symptoms vary with the location, spread and size of the tumor. In the earlier stages of cancer, most people experience no symptoms, but in the later stages they may experience one or more of these symptoms:

    - Change in bowel habits such as diarrhea, constipation or change in consistency of stools; lasting more than a month
    - Blood in stool or bleeding from the rectum
    - Pain during passage of stool
    - Pain, cramps or gas in the abdominal region
    - Frequent urges to pass stool
    - Weakness
    - Irritable bowel syndrome
    - Anemia
    - Unexpected weight loss

    However, these symptoms may not necessarily indicate colon cancer. They can occur in the absence of colon cancer too.
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    Metabolic syndrome: Causes and symptoms

    Metabolic syndrome refers to a group of conditions that occur together and increase your chances of developing stroke, diabetes, and heart problems. This set of conditions includes high blood sugar, abnormal levels of cholesterol, abdominal fat, and high blood pressure. More importantly, having just any one of these conditions doesn't mean that you suffer from this problem.

    What really brings about this condition?

    Experts are still not sure as to what causes the development of this condition; the causes and risk factors can be manifold.

    Some of the causes can be,

    1. Insulin resistance - A hormone produced by the pancreas in your body, insulin plays the vital role of helping your body to use the glucose as fuel. The problem of insulin resistance causes your body to produce more of this hormone so as to tackle the rising glucose levels in your body. Closely connected to excess belly fat, it causes the development of diabetes.

    2. Overweight or obesity - Instances of obesity can also cause you to develop metabolic syndrome. More specifically, abdominal obesity can see your prospect increasingly significantly. It can bring about problems like insulin resistance and other associated conditions.

    3. Abnormal hormone levels - Even the behavior of hormones can affect your chances of developing this health condition. For example, the hormonal disorder like PCOS can cause metabolic syndrome.

    4. Unhealthy lifestyle - Having too much of processed foods without an adequate amount of physical activity can increase your prospects of developing metabolic syndrome. Eating a heart-healthy diet, which is rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and fish can help to curb this problem.

    How to identify this health condition?

    When it comes to symptoms, this group of disorders doesn't reveal any specific signs but symptoms associated with individual health conditions that make up this group. You can come across signs like an increased waistline, or symptoms associated with diabetes like increased urination, a thirsty feeling, blurred vision, and fatigue.

    Nonetheless, you're said to suffer from this problem if you exhibit these characteristics:

    - Abdominal obesity marked by waist size of over 40 inches in men and 35 inches in women
    - Triglyceride levels of 150 and above
    - Blood pressure levels of 130/85 and above
    - Fasting blood sugar measuring 110 and above
    - Good cholesterol levels less than 50 in women and 40 in men

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    8 ways 'all work and no play' messes up with your health!

    Failure to strike a healthy work-life balance can see your health going on the downswing. Several studies have time and again highlighted the fact that working too much can be bad for you. The major factor that is at play when you work too much is stress, which negatively impacts both your mental and physical well-being. A joint study conducted by Stanford university and Harvard business school has revealed that workplace stress can ruin your physical health by as much as 90%.

    Read on to find out the ill-effects of all work and no play.

    1. Working overtime can increase your risk of developing cardiovascular problems by about 60%.

    2. While working too much can see your risk of experiencing a heart attack rise by about 13%, over 55 hours of work time every week can increase your chances of getting a stroke by about 33%.

    3. Consistently working overtime can lead you to face mental health problems.

    4. Over-working can cause your learning ability and memory power to fail as you don't get the required amount of rest time.

    5. Working for over 11 hours a day can increase your chances of suffering from depression.

    6. Working for over 40 hours a week can increase your risk of gaining weight, and indulging in alcohol and tobacco abuse.

    7. Working for over 50 hours a week can bring about a reduction in your sleep time to less than 6 hours a day, which can have an adverse impact on your work performance.

    8. Working non-stop in front of the computer can cause you to become prone to headaches and blurred vision.

    Here's how you can prevent the negative effects of working too much from impacting your health:

    1. Take a short trip

    Being physically away from your workplace and going on short vacations can help your health considerably as it reduces work-related stress to a great extent. It also helps in the rejuvenation of your mind and body, thereby improving your overall health.

    2. Meditate for a calmer self

    Meditation is another helpful way in which you can cut down the harm that too much work can have on your body. Spend a few moments each day to de-stress and calm your agitated mind.

    3. Don't bring work home

    Once you're at home, avoid the impulse of checking your phone or email for work. Furthermore, avoid bringing your smartphone with you to the dinner table and don't discuss work while eating.

    4. Go for regular checkups

    Visiting a doctor regularly is another preventive measure that you need to take very seriously. Screening tests for stroke, heart disease or high blood pressure should be undertaken from time to time so as to prevent yourself from falling prey to such problems.

    Despite your heavy workload, you still need to take out time for yourself. It is imperative that you do so in order to create a better work-life balance and consequently, a healthier self.

    If you would like to consult with me privately, please click on 'consult'.

    Related Tip: 7 Minute Fitness Workout For Those Who Do Not Have Time
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    General Physician
    Even minor degree of thyroid impairment in pregnancy can lead to lower IQ in offspring. Hence hypothyroidism should be adequately treated
    General Physician
    1. Orange,
    2. Sweet lime
    3. Guava
    4. Apple
    5. Papaya
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