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I am 34 year old & my uric acid level is 11. How can I control it. Also I want to know that how can I increase my sexual strength.
You can overcome your diabetes by gaining some knowledge about what to eat and what not.
1)Completely stop consumption of sugary foods, artificial sweetness, canned juices and any other sweet preparation.
2)Start substituting your wheat flour with bajra/jowar flour/whole wheat flour to reduce your glucose intake.
3)Include a plate raw veggies before your meal to increase your fibre content as it helps to lower down your sugar levels.
4)Substitute your meals with red or brown rice instead of white rice to increase fiber.
5)Flaxseeds (not to roast) are an excellent source of fibre n omega 3 fatty acids n are known to reduce your glucose levels naturally.
6)Cinnamon tea is one of best remedies to reduce your insulin dosage as it contains chromium pincolate which diverts the glucose from the food we get to the muscle cells n must be taken after dinner.
7)Drinking of kokam water before meals (soaked in water for two hours)
Helps to bring down your sugar levels and is a natural cure for diabetes.
8)Fruits that have high glycemic index are not recommended like mango, chikkoo, custard apple etc
9)Lastly exercise for at least 50mins a day is a key to achieve good health.
For a more detailed diet chart and how to plan your menus for issues like diabetes, thyroid, anemia, obesity, gastritis, pregnancy, gastric ulcers consult privately.
My FBS is 130 Where it lower down to 90 by evening. I am diabetic since 1 year, but I am controlling by disease through diet and exercise. Please tell me what can I do to lower down my FBS up to 80.
Hi, a wonderful Good evening. I am age 31 unmarried. Recently I got sugar positive reports and thyroid. Am not using any medicine for sugar. Without using medicine how can I had normal sugar reports? Is it possible with insulin leaf? I want to get marriage. If I will get marriage, iß any problem while pregnancy? please answer question.
Hello doctors My mom has some problems. Like paining in her body like in joints every part of body joints and she get tired very fast even can't walk too much. She has thyroid problem taking 25 number tablets is there any serious problem for pains in body are it's just side effect of thyroid sometimes her half body pain we are really confused about this problem even can't sleep in night . Thank you.
Hi I am a diabetic n under insulin control. I do get erections very quickly but I cannot hold it for long due to PE problems. Kindly let me know how to get out of dis problem.
My mom is a diabetic patient from 5 years. Please suggest some diet. How to balance the sugar level?
Hello sir I am 23 old boy. I am diabetic patient. I came to know just 20 days before that my sugar level is 375 after fasting now my sugar level is 180 after fasting. Can it will go permanently or not. How I became the diabetic patient despite I'm very health conscious. Before three month I was not diabetic. Report say.
Some pioneers of Ayurveda like swamy of yogavana hills in kanakpura road claim to cure hypothyroidism. Is it possible to cure hypothyroidism if we have antibodies against our thyroid?
My father was experiencing some burning sensation in his feet. He was later diagnosed with increased blood glucose level. Since December 2015 he is taking medicine regularly. The sugar level although in control, there is no relief from burning sensation in feet. Moreover, it was weird to see that the sugar level in the morning was higher than that after lunch. We have consulted many specialists for this, even in pune, but nobody could tell us the reason for higher sugar level in the morning. Moreover the burning sensation has not yet been cured so far. I would appreciate if an expert can guide me about the problem.
My TSH and Anti TPO level is very high. I am in regular practice of running since last 1 month. But I feel tiredness in my legs specially in knee. Now I can't run from last 2days. Tsh is 34.63 uIU/ml and Anti tpo is 1895.20 IU/ml.
I am diabetic my FBS-140 mg/dl. Ppbs-170 mg/dl. Im taking Tab- Glycomet SR 500 mg. So I can take Tab voglibose 0.3 mg. What is difference between these two TAB.
Good Morning Sir/Mam, Myself Ravindra aged 46.3 days back for the first time i've undergone Sugar and Serum Bilirubin test. Sugar-112 (F) and 143 (PP. Bilirubin-2.4. Could you suggest me any precautions? Thank you.
My dady age is 48. He is a diabetes patient. He recently get pain in chest at frequent times. What is the reason for this pain? He is an alcoholic. What medication can be used for this frequent chest pain? Prescribe the medication for that?
India is now in the midst of a diabetes epidemic, with an adult prevalence rate of nine per cent and almost 69 million people living with diabetes. In another 15 years, the figure is expected to rise to 101 million. In all this, more than 90 percent of cases are lifestyle-induced.
Individuals with diabetes do not have any symptoms for long periods of time and may have complications at the time of diagnosis. Common examples such as retinopathy (blindness), nephropathy (kidney disease), neuropathy (nerve damage) and diabetic foot (gangrene and amputations in extreme cases) affect a large proportion of individuals with diabetes. Approximately a third of those with diabetes are known to develop retinopathy. Diabetes is also known to increase the risk of cardiovascular diseases (heart attack and stroke); nearly half of those with diabetes die of heart attack.
A bad lifestyle is what propels this epidemic while an inadequate response from the health system results in debilitating complications. The staggering increase in cases of diabetics and prediabetics has been attributed to lifestyle changes as a result of rapid and unplanned urbanisation, an ageing population, a sedentary lifestyle and increasing consumption of unhealthy food, especially modern processed foods. Lack of opportunistic screening delays diagnosis while poor access to care and medicines, information asymmetry between doctors and patients, and a paucity of well-trained human resource, impede evidence-based management of diabetes.
Health promotion strategies
Prevention remains central in halting the current pace of the diabetes epidemic. Our focus should be on both individual and policy-level interventions. Health promotion strategies should be aimed at maintaining normal body weight by improving physical activity and following a balanced and healthy diet. Evidence from the [INTERNATIONAL] Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) shows that small reductions in weight by the moderate-intensity activity of at least 150 minutes per week and reduced fat consumption on most days prevented progression to diabetes by 58 percent among those with prediabetes.
In general, brisk walking for at least 30 minutes a day and following a healthy diet every day which has at least 3-5 servings of locally available and inexpensive fruits and vegetables, and less refined sugar and saturated fat can prevent or postpone the occurrence of diabetes. Doing yoga may also help prevent diabetes; in individuals with diabetes, it may even help them have better control of blood sugar. In addition, every adult above 30 years should be screened for diabetes and hypertension during a planned or unplanned visit to a physician or hospital.
Policy measures also call for reinforcement of health systems. Higher taxation on sugar-sweetened beverages and high-fat junk foods and planning urban infrastructure to promote physical activity have become all the more imperative now.
Diabetes is no longer a disease predominantly affecting the rich and is fast spreading to rural communities. The poor are even more vulnerable. Thus, India has a population where the number of people with diabetes has increased substantially over time and is set to continuously grow; a large number of people disabled by complications, and an equivalent number who are unaware of the condition.
Early diagnosis and prevention is the key to controlling the disease and minimise the risk of disability. In this, we need a multi-pronged approach that involves collaboration among national leaders, clinicians, public health researchers and allied health professionals.