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Sir what medicine for sugar patient. If my mother is sugar patient its surely I am also sugar patient in future.

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Take Caps Guduchi 1-1-1 before meals.
Dear Lybrateuser, - To control or prevent high blood sugar first one should try lifestyle changes - have a well balanced diet with more of fruits & vegetables including green leafy & seasonal ones, have whole grain foods instead of processed/ refined foods, legumes including beans, lentils, pulses, sprouts, peas, nuts like almond, walnut, pista, cashew, have low fat milk & milk products, have lean meats including seafood & skinless chicken (restrict intake of red meats) - avoid fried, processed & junk foods - use olive, canola or saff flower oil for cooking -do regular exercise like brisk walking, jogging, swimming, also do moderate weight lifting 2-3 times a week (muscle development helps to regulate blood sugar more efficiently, also include yoga & deep breathing daily morning for 5-10 min to keep your mind & body fit - keep your weight within normal limits - avoid alcohol & smoking if you do - sleep well for 7-8 hrs at night - check BP, blood sugar, cholesterol levels regularly.
Mr.lybrate-user, Thanks for the query. Depending upon the blood glucose levels and HbA1c%, patients weight and height, drugs have o be decided. There are many options available both oral as well as Injectable including Insulin. As regards children getting diabetes, if one of the parent has diabetes then 50 % chance of diabetes in children and both parents are diabetic then chance is over 75 to 80%. But T2 DM is a preventable disease. By adapting modified lifestyle one can prevent it. Thanks.
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