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Digestive Disorders: Treatment, Procedure, Cost and Side Effects

What is the treatment?

The digestive process is complex and takes place in the digestive tract and involves a number of organs. It begins with the esophagus that helps to carry food to the stomach. A number of different organs like the pancreas and the gall bladder produce digestive juices that help to break down the food for digestion. Digestive problems can occur at any stage of the digestive process. Gas is formed as a natural corollary of the digestive process and is passed out through your mouth or through our anus. Some foods tend to produce more gas than others. This is why is important to avoid consuming certain types of food. Unnecessary build-up of gas in the stomach and intestines may cause you to feel bloated. Bloating may lead to serious complications in the future. That is why it should be treated by incorporating some changes in the lifestyle.You can take lactase supplements, alpha-galactosidase, simethicone and probiotics.

Heartburn is caused due to indigestion and can make you feel really uncomfortable. You can avoid fatty and oily foods and aerated drinks if you are suffering from this condition and take some medication. Peptic ulcers cause stomach pain and can cause internal bleeding and may also cause a hole to be formed in the stomach wall. Normally, 10-14 days of antibiotic treatment together with acid reduction therapy works to alleviate this condition. Gallstones are made of cholesterol and bile salts and may require treatment in some cases. Removal of gallbladder can be done through laparoscopy and also via mouth or vagina without any external incision. Other disorders include constipation, diarrhea, hemorrhoids and others.

However for acute digestive disorders, the key treatments are gastric electrical stimulation and islet auto-transplantation for chronic pancreatitis.

How is the treatment done?

Gastric electric stimulation or GES is performed in patients who suffer from gastroparesis due to diabetes or any other cause. This method uses a device implanted in the abdomen to send mini electrical impulses to the smooth muscles and nerves of the lower stomach. Gastroparesis is the condition where the nerves and muscles of the stomach are affected and this delays the emptying of food from the stomach to the small intestine. It can happen in people with diabetes or nervous disorder and sometimes, the cause is not detected.

A pocket-watch size device is inserted in the abdomen by means of a surgery that generally lasts for 2-3 hours. Sometimes surgeons choose to use minimally invasive methods rather than going for an open abdominal surgery. In the former case, a small incision is made and a viewing tube called a laparoscope is used to guide the entire procedure. A neuro-stimulator is implanted in the right side of the abdomen while two insulated wires are implanted in the muscle wall of the stomach. It is then routed under skin to the neuro-stimulator and connected. The wires transmit low-energy electrical impulses to the stomach once the device is activated. The doctor activates and programs the device externally using a hand-held programmer. The doctor can adjust the frequency and energy of the nerve impulses according to the requirement of the patient. Most people, however, do not feel the electric impulses.

Chronic pancreatitis requires auto-islet transplantation after a total pancreatectomy which is the removal of the entire pancreas. Chronic pancreatitis is a serious condition which causes inflammation of the pancreas that worsens over time and leads to permanent damage. It gradually impairs a patient’s ability to digest food and make pancreatic hormones. During islet autotransplant, the patient’s own cells are kept separate from the pancreas. They are put back when the patient starts receiving insulin.

Who is eligible for the treatment? (When is the treatment done?)

GES or gastric electrical stimulation is done when a person is diagnosed with gastroparesis due to diabetes or some other unknown cause. It can also be done if someone is suffering from chronic nausea, vomiting or both.

This treatment can also be initiated if a person has not responded to medication or if/she is intolerant towards medication. It should also be kept in the mind only those people capable of undergoing surgery should be given gastric electrical stimulation.

Those people who suffer from chronic pancreatitis are eligible for islet autotransplantation. Furthermore, if you have to take medication to treat other forms of digestive disorders, it is always good to consult a doctor first.

Who is not eligible for the treatment?

Gastric electric stimulation can only be undertaken by those patients who have the ability to withstand a surgery. People without such physical tenacity are not eligible for this treatment.

Islet autotransplantation for the treatment of chronic pancreatitis involves pancreatectomy. This procedure can induce permanent diabetes due to its effect on insulin. Thus people with diabetes or people at risk of developing diabetes should refrain from undertaking this treatment.

Are there any side effects?

Heartburn patients are generally prescribed H2 blockers which reduces the amount of acid that a stomach intakes. However, there are a number of side-effects of consuming H2 blockers: they can cause constipation, diarrhea, headache or nausea and vomiting. Islet autotransplantation involves the complete removal of the pancreas. This exposes the patient to the risk of developing permanent diabetes. A patient will then have to take insulin shots or to use an insulin pump for the rest of their lives. Gastric electrical stimulation may cause pain at the implant site, infection, stomach wall perforation, lead obstruction of intestines, lead/device problems and lead penetration, irritation, inflammation, uncomfortable stimulation, tissue damage and others.

What are the post-treatment guidelines?

Gastric electric stimulation helps to reduce symptoms of chronic intractable vomiting and nausea related to gastroparesis. But it is not a complete cure in itself for gastroparesis. It helps to reduce symptoms but patients generally need to take medication and follow a special diet to control the symptoms even after undergoing this surgery. Islet autotransplantation may induce permanent diabetes in some people. Those people will have to take insulin shots or will have to use an insulin pump for the rest of their lives.

How long does it take to recover?

Most patients are discharged within 1-5 days of gastric electrical stimulation procedure. However, as this surgery is not an end in itself, a person will have to go to the doctor for regular check-ups. Other digestive disorders like gas, heartburn, constipation and diarrhea may be treated within a time span of a few hours to a few days with the help of proper medication and a proper diet. The islet autotransplantation procedure is complex and a person may require quite some time to recover.

What is the price of the treatment in India?

Common digestive disorders like heartburns, gas, constipation or diarrhea can be effectively treated with the help of some medicines which do not cost much. Medicines for indigestion and heart burn are available within a price range of Rs 50-100. However, islet transplantation for treating acute pancreatitis is expensive and may cost about 10,00,000 – 12,00,000 rupees. Gastric electric stimulation may cost around 6 lakh rupees in India.

Are the results of the treatment permanent?

Common gastric disorders like gas, constipation, diarrhea and heartburms are more often than not the result of lifestyle irregularities. Thus there is seldom a permanent solution to such problems. Gastric electric stimulation is not an end in itself and patients will require medication and routine check-ups to keep the symptoms of gastroparesis at bay. Islet transplantation procedure may cause to reduce chronic pancreatitis but it tends to have a lot of side-effects.

What are the alternatives to the treatment?

There is no such alternative to islet autotransplantation as these method is adopted only when all other options fail. Chronic gastric stimulation is used to treat gastroparesis. Alternative methods to treat gastroparesis may include changes in the diet of the patient and medications. Such medications like metoclopramide and erythromycin can be used to stimulate the stomach muscles. Other drugs that help to contain nausea and vomiting may include prochlor perazine and diphenhydramine.

Safety: Medium Effectiveness: High Timeliness: Medium Relative Risk: Medium Side Effects: Medium Time For Recovery: Medium Price Range: Rs 300000 - 550000

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Stress - How It Can Affect Your Digestive System?

MBBS, M.S (Gen Surg), M.Ch ( Surgical Gastro)
Gastroenterologist, Hyderabad
Stress - How It Can Affect Your Digestive System?

I am so stressed”, how many times do we say or hear the people around us say so. In this the 21st century, it has almost become a normal thing to be stressed. Physiologically stress can be defined as the mental or emotional anxiety that is caused by circumstances that are demanding which can be work, relationships or day to day activities. The more stressed a person is, the more it affects their lives both physically and emotionally. These effects can range from high blood pressure to reduced functioning of the immune system and problems in the gastro intestine. In this article we are going to focus on how stress affects gastroenterology.

What is gastroenterology?
Gastroenterology can be described as the branch of medicine which focuses on the digestive system and its disorders. Two of common digestive disorders or diseases are gastrointestinal cancer and gastrointestinal bleeding. They are usually diagnosed through tests such as a stool test or endoscopy, just to mention a few, and treated by specialists referred to as gastroenterologists

Gastrointestinal diseases caused by stress are:

  1. Constipation
  2. Irritable Bowel syndrome
  3. Structural disorders i.e. cancer and diverticular disease
  4. Anal disorders i.e. hemorrhoids, fistula and anal fissures
  5. Colon polyps

These are some of the common problems one experiences when in constant stress. With constipation and bowel irritation everything seems to be normal but the digestive system does not function properly. The more stressed a person is, the more severeis the dysfunction. One common symptom with digestive disorders is pain. The diseases may start out mild and become chronic over time. It can simply begin with a simple alteration of your normal bowel movements.

How stress affects gastroenterology
According to Kenneth Koth an MD, Professor of medicine “stress can affect every part of the digestive system”. The question is, how? The enteric nervous system which is composed of hundreds of nerves, used to communicate with the central nervous system, is what controls the digestive system. When one is stressed they are in a flight mode, which is communicated to your central nervous system which may shut down the flow of blood and consequentially affects your digestive system leading to disorders as well as triggering other diseases such as ulcers.

Keeping stress under control
By reducing stress one is able to control the negative effects it has on gastroenterology. Stress is easily relieved by lifestyle changes involving proper diet and exercise. Exercise and relaxation reduce tension and stimulate the brain to release endorphins which are chemicals that help in reducing stress and boosts or enhances one’s mood.

Stress is mostly unavoidable and each person has to make a personal choice not to be constantly stressed in order to avoid digestive disorders and lead a health life. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Feeling Sick Right After A Meal - Know Why It Happens!

MS, MBBS, Clinical Fellow Pancreatic Surgery, FMBS
General Surgeon, Delhi
Feeling Sick Right After A Meal - Know Why It Happens!

People very often tend to feel uneasy, right after taking your lunch or for that matter any meal. At that point of time, neither do you feel like doing anything nor do you understand what has gone wrong with your health. This is quite common after-effect of eating, which is mainly related to the digestive process.

There are always certain symptoms, which if you carefully notice, you can pinpoint right before the completeion of any meal. 

  • You can feel stuffy pretty easily even after having something in moderate quantity
  • A sense of tiredness might creep in, just when you are about to finish your meal
  • You might go through a feeling of nausea, which might be the result of indigestion due to the problem of ulcer or gallbladder disease.

What leads to people feeling sick after having a meal?

Food poisoning is one of the foremost problems, due to which you might all of a sudden start feeling unwell after having your food.

  • There are food items like curd, which if kept in the open for too long, can easily get contaminated and cause food poisoning.
  • Consuming too much of spicy items as well as those containing fat, can have ill effect on your health, thereby resulting in uneasiness.
  • Too much eating at a time can also result in people having discomfort due to the time taken for digestion.
  • Allergy from any particular food item might also result in you feeling restless or sick after having your meal.

What can you do to avoid having this problem?

There are certain ways through which you can prevent yourself from getting affected adversely after taking your meal. It is often said prevention is better than cure, so little bit of prevention might save you from having digestive pills or any related medicine, which you usually take as and when any sort of uneasiness creeps into your system. As the age old saying goes, ‘eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper.’ Of course, this doesn’t mean that you would gobble up anything which comes your way during breakfast and lunch hours.

  • Try not to have foods which are spicy or fried, especially during dinner time as most of the problems occur at night.
  • It’s always preferable to have smaller meals on a frequent basis, rather than having three large meals in a day.
  • Allow your food time to digest, so relax and sit still after eating.

So, we have discussed about the reasons for which you might feel sick right after having your meal, where now you are aware of the symptoms, what causes this problem and how can you prevent this problem from happening.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Digestive Health - 8 Things You Should Just Say 'No' To!

MD - Medicine, DM - Gastroenterology
Gastroenterologist, Gurgaon
Digestive Health - 8 Things You Should Just Say 'No' To!

Knowingly or unknowingly, people often end up consuming food items that affect their digestive health negatively, instead of providing health benefits. Yes, the majority of people think that they can digest any kind of food and won't suffer from any side effects at all. But in reality, based on the preparation, processing, and ingredients present in them, some foods end up triggering digestive problems.

Let's take a look at some such foods that can be bad for the digestive health.

  1. Processed Foods: Processed or packed foods are high in carbohydrates, and can cause various digestive issues, such as bloating, cramping, gas formation, hypertension, and diabetes, when consumed in large amounts.
  2. Alcohol: Technically speaking, alcohol may not be a food; but if you consume alcohol every time you eat, it can be counted as a food item. When the consumption of alcohol is moderate to high, it can cause acid reflux or heartburn, inflammation in the stomach lining, stomach cramps, and even diarrhea.
  3. Artificial Sweeteners: Artificial sweeteners may work great for keeping your blood sugar in control but may affecctyour digestive system adversely. Artificial sweeteners contain ingredients that can increase the chance of bloating, gas, diarrhea, and inflammation.
  4. Fried and Greasy Foods: Fried foods and greasy food are not only difficult to digest but they can also cause minor digestive problems, which later lead to intense stomach conditions such as acid reflux, heartburn, bloating, tummy upset, belching, etc.
  5. Chocolates: Are you fond of eating chocolates? Having a sweet tooth can cost you your digestive health. From heartburn to an upset stomach, eating too many chocolates or candies can result in loose stools and diarrhea.
  6. Foods Rich in Spice: Eating too much of spicy foods and those that contain chili peppers for a tangy flavor can often lead to heartburn and acidity. While you may enjoy eating something delicious with a tangy and spicy taste, the damage it may cause to your digestive health can be a cause forconcern.
  7. Too Much of Caffeine: Drinking too much coffee or drinks with a high caffeine content cannot only irritate the stomach but also damage the smooth functioning of the digestive system. Heartburn, inflammation, constipation, and dehydration are some of the common digestive problems posed by coffee.
  8. Raw Vegetables and Acidic Fruits: While consuming too many acidic fruits can cause acid reflux and stomach inflammation, eating raw vegetables leads to cramps, diarrhea, bloating and gas as they pass through the digestive system undigested.

For those who are concerned about their digestive health, consulting a doctor is recommended. In case you already have a stomach related ailment or disorder or have suffered from any in the past, a doctor can suggest and advice you and what are the best foods to incorporate in your diet.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Life Hacks! How To Beat Alzheimer's

MBBS, MD-Medicine, DM - Neurology, MBA, PGD Hospital Administration, PGD Echocardiography, Fellow Neuro-Sonology, PGD Sonology
Neurologist, Jalandhar
Life Hacks! How To Beat Alzheimer's

Firstly, what you need to realise is that Alzheimer’s is not dementia and the main point you need to remember about the difference between the two is that the former is a disease while the latter is a syndrome. Alzheimer’s is a neurodegenerative disease, it breaks down the cognitive functions of the brain and reduces a person’s ability to function properly. It’s one of the foremost reasons for untimely senility in middle-aged to old-aged persons.

It can be a scary time for the patient themselves as well as for friends and family alike but fear not, there are ways to reduce the chances of suffering from this painful predicament. Here are a few easy hacks to keep in mind to stave off the risk of Alzheimer’s:

  1. Fix your diet: Cut down on saturated fats and construct a diet combining lots of healthy vitamin and mineral rich foods, fruits and vegetables. Vitamin E is essential as well as vitamin B12 which can also be taken in the form of supplements. Vitamin E can be found in foods like spinach and even nuts. Rush University Medical Centre in Chicago has, after a lot of research, developed the MIND and DASH diets. The Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay (MIND) diet collates portions of the DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diet to create the perfect combination that has been shown to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s by 53 percent.
  2. Exercise mental and physical: A sedentary lifestyle is one of the major causes of Alzheimer’s because it leads to slower brain activity and an overall unhealthy lifestyle. To break out of this you need to regularly exercise and not just physical exercises but also mental exercises such as solving mental maths and crosswords and reading books and newspapers. There are a lot of apps concerning games that help boost brain activity on the market that can help as well. Physical exercise can include swimming, brisk walking, joking and even gardening.
  3. Reduce stress: Stress proves to be a huge issue for the brain contributing to its damage by putting a lot of pressure on it. Try to relax more by improving your sleep cycle, resting as and when required, and not overworking yourself.
  4. Aromatherapy: Essential oils have been shown to work wonders, by reducing stress and relaxing the mind. Lavender, rosemary, lemon and even orange are some great options you can try out. These oils can help rejuvenate damaged brain and nerve cells.
  5. Meditation: Studies have shown that regular meditation helps boost grey matter in the brain, and along with yoga, keeps the minds and bodies of middle-aged people active and better focused contributing to the overall health of the brain.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Most Common Threatening Digestive Disorders

DM - Gastroenterology, MD - Internal Medicine, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery
Gastroenterologist, Noida
Most Common Threatening Digestive Disorders

Your digestive organs together comprise one of the most important systems in your body. You have to be very careful about everything in your body as sometimes the most common digestive disorders, having the most common symptoms, can be seriously threatening as well. A number of different health issues can be related to problems with your digestive system, therefore you need to be very careful about your health and track any symptom which indicates a digestive disorder.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome
According to various studies, around 10-15% of the population faces the problem of irritable bowel syndrome in their lives, with almost twice as many women than men. This usually happens when there is a change in the functioning of the GI tracts. Constipation and diarrhea both can be observable problems in people with an Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Abdominal pain, changes in the bowel habits, cramping and other discomforts can be symptoms of IBS.

Celiac Disease
One of the most common diseases which affect around 2 million people in the US alone is Celiac Disease. This disease manages to damage the small intestine and also intrudes in the process of absorbing nutrients from the food. People affected by this disease are usually intolerant of various food products like wheat and barley among other items. Seizures, fatigues, vomiting, constipation, abdominal pain and more can be symptoms of celiac disease.

Crohn’s Disease

Crohn’s disease is categorized under an inflammatory bowel disease. This disease can affect any part of the GI tract ranging from the mouth to the anus. The reason for Crohn’s disease is largely unknown but observing symptoms like abdominal pain, skin rashes, diarrhea, and inflammation of the eye, weight loss, fever and more should be immediately checked by the doctors. People who smoke tobacco are two times more likely to develop this disease than those who do not smoke tobacco.

Gastroparesis
Women are more likely to get affected by gastroparesis than men as the process of emptying food from the stomach to the small intestine is slowed down and this is already a slow process in the case of women. Diabetes along with intestinal surgery and nervous system diseases are often the cause of this problem. Pain in the stomach, lack of appetite, bloating of the abdominal region are all symptoms of this disorder. This disorder can be a chronic disease in many cases and immediate diagnosis and treatment are suggested on observing the symptoms. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Popular Questions & Answers

Hello sir. I am 26 year old male. My digestion is not good. I feel like going to loo after eating food every time also same feeling after having tea. I don't like oily foods and sweets. Seeing oily foods I feel like vomiting. I don't have habit of proper amount of drinking water. usually I think I drink only 1-2 ltr water daily. The problem of digestion is from last 10 years. But I took it casually.

Gastroenterologist, Mumbai
I must say that you are a very frank person, you urself know all the problems and most of the solutions, pl follow the solutions you already know, and avoid stress, drink enuf water, avoid excess tea coffee, you will do well do not worry.
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I came from USA. I took hotel food like veg manchuria, veg fried rice etc. Now my problem is lose motions. Yesterday I took Andial twice with 2: 30 hours gap. I had no stomach ache. Very slight improvement is there, but not completely. Can I take Andial tabs 2 tablets as one dose?

FELLOWSHIP IN HEPATOBILIARY AND LIVER TRANSPLANT SURGERY, Fellowship in Abdominal Multi Organ Transplant Surgery, MS - General Surgery, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Gastroenterologist, Delhi
I will suggest not to take andial. You may have infective diarrhea and anti diarrheal medication should not be taken in such situations.

Hi Doctor, I observed that my stool is coming in black colour. I did not eat any coloured food. Also observed that my body has over heat. Can you please suggest me on this?

Pain Medicine Externship, Fellowship In Addiction Psychiatry & Addiction Medicine, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Psychiatrist, Panchkula
Dear lybrate-user, Black stools can mean some internal microscopic bleeding in your stomach or sometimes can be due to some medications. Even if it is some bleeding that is causing black stools the solution is often quite simple with single medication prescription for acidity/gastritis. I would need further details to help you on this, kindly schedule a session with me or see your family doctor.

I have been experiencing sudden urge to go and pass stool after every meals and having lots of gas and despite taking pantocid no improvement in gastric issues and using washroom after every meals.

DNB, M.D. MEDICINE, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Gastroenterologist, Surat
You are suffering from IBS in my opinion. You need to regularize your lifestyle and food habits. You don't need medicine.
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I have digestion problem from 2 years. I get loose motions very frequently and can not digest any heavy food. Please suggest.

DNB, Surgical Gastroenterology, MS(Surgery)
Gastroenterologist, Chennai
Hi. You need to visit a good gastro clinic/doctor. Get investigations done after discussion and examination. Please avoid taking online medications which are potentially dangerous. Of course, follow up can be done online.
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Table of Content

What is the treatment?
How is the treatment done?
Who is eligible for the treatment? (When is the treatment done?)
Who is not eligible for the treatment?
Are there any side effects?
What are the post-treatment guidelines?
How long does it take to recover?
What is the price of the treatment in India?
Are the results of the treatment permanent?
What are the alternatives to the treatment?
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Digestive Disorders & Gastrointestinal Diseases
Digestive disorders are the cause of ill health for millions of people the world over and the causes and symptoms of these are numerous. They range from minor, such as slight heartburn or nausea after eating a big meal, to serious, such as colon cancer.
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Importance Of Water
Hello Everybody,

This is dietician Charmi Gala here. We all know we need to drink lots of water. Body is made full of water at least 70% of a body part. Most of us know that we need to drink water but are we able to? No! So what are we going to learn today or what I am going to tell you is that there is no hard and fast rule to follow about water? But you can watch your urine colour, you can have ample of water. Summer is not a season where you need to worry much about the water. But rains yes. Once it is little cooler, our water intake comes down. So how do we get and reach that water target?

So how do we make sure we need to drink ample amount of water. What are the ideas that I am going to share number one add water if not there are other ways to adding water. Like your milk, lime water, you have your rice kanji, you have green tea. Other liquids which you can stock at your desk and keep drinking ample amount of water. So you need to set a limit on beverages when you work at the desk, we take a lot of tea and coffees. These are all having lot of caffeine. What you can do is set a limit of 2 small cups during a day. Increasing your water should be a good way by adding a different more of fruits and vegetables to your diet. Try and have the seasonal fruits as much as you can. As much as your tomatoes melons your cucumber salad tomatoes they have ample amount of moisture so we can eat moisture from them.

We can also think about gifting a bottle to ourselves. Why not , yes. Whenever you get of your typical bottle, get bored not taking water in a right way, try and substitute with a fresh new bottle that will add more interest to your water intake. Apart from that whenever you are going away from home or office try and carry a water bottle set a reminder to your gadget we all use lots and lots of gadgets these days. So what we can take help from technology is set good into will's target so that whenever you are low on water keep reminding your body that you need more and more of water. What next you can also change the temperature, in summers we all like to drink cold stuff.

Soon there would be monsoons here, we can add up warm liquids like your green tea rice kanji your liquids which are thin soups so that your body will appreciate taking warm liquids and it will get you and energized body. Next what next can you do you can also try and put yourself on a liquid diet for a day in a week's time where you just take lots of liquid so that you rejuvenate your body. So to know more about your nutrition queries know more about yourself how you can change your nutrition targets in your body contact me via lybrate.com you can book an appointment for yourself.

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Lifestyle Changes For Living Better With Diabetes And Thyroid
Hi,

I am dietician Rashmi Sharma from Faridabad, I am handling thyroid, BP and diabetic patients and the obesity.

Basically, thyroid, BP and sugar all these problems are Lifestyle problem and these problems are always because of the eating habits, exercise and your lifestyle. The stress is the major reason for all these things. In a thyroid, the person is basically have metabolism disorders in their body, metabolism related like if they eat food they can't able to digest it and some other symptoms are also there like swelling is there, mood swings and many other things are there. According to person Lifestyle these symptoms are there, some person hypothyroidism specially they have more ways and those who are in Hypothyroidism and they have less weight they have some kind of their lifestyle problems. We have diet patterns, we provide diet patterns, the timings of their diet, some kind of meditation procedures are also available like what kind of procedures you can avail to heal your thyroid and even the person get ready rid of medicines also. Like most of the cases we have gone through which have got very good balance of their thyroid and they get rid of their medicines also. We have some procedures also, processes like cryolipolysis, laser and Ultra these procedures helps you to reduce anxious and the weight also and with inches and weight counselling you can maintain your weight and your pattern. Secondly, sugar diabetes, diabetes are basically also lifestyles problem or if the person is having fattening in their pancreas, they also suffer from the sugar. So for pancreas fat percentage, they have to reduce their fat eating foods which are heavy in their fat patterns like they must avoid maida and they introduced high beans and sprouts also which help them to reduce the fat percentage. In Diabetic, the person should introduce themselves to most of the exercise pattern, if the person is unable to do the exercise they must reduce first their fat percentage then introduced muscles also. How they include the muscle in their body? It is all about how you can avail your diet, in a diet beans-whole beans those who are vegetarian they can go for the whole beans they can go for the sprouts and those who are non-vegetarian they must take thrice chicken, chicken leg piece twice in as a meal replacement and every person have their own kind of a lifestyle, so they have their problems also because of their wrong eating habits and the wrong lifestyles. So in a first or second stage, you must first go through diet pattern then with the exercise and then the type of your lifestyle. It doesn't mean you should not have any kind of a fried foods, fried foods you can have a thyroid person also, BP person also and diabetic person also. But they also need some kind of a guidance and further guidance they must go for a once in a month or once in a three months for any Counsellor, we can help them to maintain their pattern as well. Second thing is the technological basis, technological basically for those who are unable to control these levels. These Technologies help them to maintain by reducing the organelle fat and by maintaining the fat percentage in their body. Second muscle improvement, how they can improve their muscles? Muscles improved by the diet or by reducing their fat percentage or exercise. Some people have low muscle mass like 17, 19 or 20. The muscle percentage can improve by eating patterns, the timings of their eating patterns and the type of food they are choosing. For vegetarian person they can go for the beans, whole beans and for nutritional basis like Tofu and Paneer and milk content and those who are lactose intolerance they must avoid milk and milk products they can use beans, sprouts then milk products. And first, they have to reduce the fat percentage then they can improve the muscle, without reducing their organelle fat and fat they can't improve their muscles as well. So they need a proper counselling for that and for thyroid patients and for BP patients they must take care of the vitamin C level also. That can help them to reduce the water retention and retain the sodium balance as well.

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