Diabetes is a problem with your body in which glucose level (Sugar level) in blood rise higher than normal. This is also called hyperglycemia. Diabetes affects each and every organ of your body. Learn more about what is diabetes and its types. Get to know its risk factors, its effects on your body, prevention tips and diet tips to reduce diabetes. Indus Health Plus provides best preventive health checkup packages such as heart checkup, full body checkup packages, fitness checkup, annual corporate checkup, executive checkup, couple checkup and family health checkup at 50% less than market cost with same day reports.Get avail health checkup packages at https://goo.gl/6nW0reCall Us: 0-90490-22222
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(Diabetes Mellitus or DM)
Diabetes is a disease in which glucose levels in blood are higher than normal
Diabetes are classified into 3 types:
Type 1 Diabetes mellitus -Insulin is not at all produced by pancreas due to which there is excess blood glucose levels. Hence, lifelong insulin injections are to be taken to induce glucose conversion.Type1 diabetes majorly happens in children & young adults
Type 2 Diabetes mellitus - It is more a common diabetes as compared to others. Here the insulin production is less or used less leading to higher blood sugar levels. Since it can be maintained through proper diet and healthy conditions, it is often termed as a lifestyle disease
Gestational Diabetes mellitus (GDM) - Occurs in pregnant women with no diabetes history but having high blood glucose levels during pregnancy. GDM disappears on delivery but women with GDM run higher risk of having Type 2 Diabetes at later stage
Management of Diabetes
Diabetes can be prevented or delayed.
Diet tips for diabetes
Less Sugar Consumption
Reduce fat Consumption
Eat Regular timely meals
Reduce Salt Intake
Opt for slowly absorbed Carbohydrates: Oats, Easy cook rice, sweet Potatoes
Eat More Fish
Eat More Beans
Regular health checkup
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