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I want know diet chart for cholesterol my tg is 244 and ldl is 138, is there any Ayurvedic better medicine for lowering the cholesterol and for how long it should be taken.
Dear sir/madam I am 35 years old male. My bp is around 160/90. I have tested some tests ECG, kft lipid profile. All tests normal. If BP medicine is required to take for this BP range. Please prescribe less side effects medicine. Now I am doing light exercise for about 30 mins per day. I try to cut down in eating also. We don't use too much salt in foods. When can I stop taking medicine? Is it true or false that BP medicine once taken cannot be stop.
Mera heart me aachanak se dard hota hai. Aur pasina bhut tez ho jata hai. Nind bhi bhut tez lagta hai. Mujhe kya krna chahiye.
I am 39 years old and I am having left shoulder pain. Sometimes front all get stiffness. Due to which I am getting regular ecg so that this is not heart problem. I am having bp since last 4 years. Cholesterol was there but I am taking tablet and regular test of lipid profile. Coming under control. Why this pain is?
He is suffering from heart disease and blockage in nerve of 60% so is it necessary to do BY PASS SURGERY?
I am 19 years old my heart pains sometimes a lot mostly 4 or 5 times in a month for 2 to 3 minutes. I had a test ECG but Dr. suggest not to worry. What should I do now.
I have a chest conjunction problem and allergy from dust and weather and having problem in respiration.
Hello doctor, I am devesh 29 years old I have an problem like my chest is so paining when I am sleeping straight or when I am running. Doctor suggest me some treatment or tell me this problem is normal or major? thank you.
Performing physical activities on a daily basis always have its benefits, but doing exercise in a well-planned manner is essential for those people who suffer from either type-1 or type 2 diabetes. Becoming more active helps lower blood sugar levels and keep diabetes under control.
Relation between exercise and sugar levels
The food we consume contains sugars which are stored in our blood in the form of glucose. This glucose is absorbed by the muscles in our body, but body fat is the enemy of this absorption process. An obese person is prone to type-2 diabetes since excessive amounts of fat are present in the body which does not allow the muscles to absorb the glucose from the blood. This results in more glucose or sugar levels in the blood which leads to diabetes.
By regularly exercising, a person not only burns his/her excessive body fat, but also makes use of the muscles in his body thus allowing the muscles to absorb the glucose present in the blood readily. This helps reduce the sugar level in the blood. Moreover, doing exercise on a regular basis helps increase insulin sensitivity. It helps cells to use available insulin in taking up glucose during and after physical activity.
Understanding blood glucose reaction
The duration for which you perform physical activities will determine your blood glucose level. Physical activity has its effect on your blood glucose level and can keep it in check for up to 24 hours by increasing your body’s insulin sensitivity. Every individual needs to monitor how his body responds to physical exercise by regularly monitoring the blood sugar level before and after exercise or as advised by the doctor.
Once you are familiar with the results you achieve with respect to duration and types of exercises you perform you shall be able to control your blood sugar levels more effectively and prevent your sugar levels from going either too high or too low.
Hypoglycemia and physical activity
People who have diabetes should be prepared to treat hypoglycemia or low blood sugar level. Hypoglycemia is more common in people with type-1 diabetes, and people with type-2 diabetes are at lesser risk unless they are on insulin. Individuals who experience Hypoglycemia during or after exercise should consult a doctor immediately.
If you choose to resume your exercise routine, make sure you take a break and treat your low blood sugar level. Once your sugar level gets normal, you can begin your physical activity. What you need to know is that a drop, in sugar level, can occur just after exercise or even long after exercise.
Chances of a drop, in sugar level, occur in those diabetic people who either take insulin, skip meals, or exercise for too long or too hard. If you are finding it hard to keep your sugar level in check, consult a doctor immediately and follow his advice diligently.
In order to avoid hypoglycaemia, you can eat a fruit or nuts before exercise. It is also very important to hydrate yourself during the exercise. Ideally, take a fruit half hour before exercising. Keep yourself hydrated during the workout. Avoid energy drinks. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!