Take Care Of Your Body. It’s The Only Place You Have To Live In

  • Manage Your High Blood Pressure

      1. Aim for a healthy weight
      2. Increase your physical activity
      3. Eat a healthy diet
      4. Reduce sodium in your diet
      5. Limit the amount of alcohol you drink
      6. Take your high blood pressure medicine, if prescribed, every day
      7. Make sure your blood pressure is under 140/90 mm Hg
  • Manage Your Diabetes

      1. Lose extra weight
      2. Control your blood pressure, cholesterol, and triglyceride levels
      3. Exercise Daily
      4. Manage stress
      5. Track your carbohydrates
      6. Check your blood sugar level at least twice a day
      7. Get A1c blood tests to find out your average blood sugar for the past 2 to 3 months
      8. Take your Anti-Diabetes medicine, if prescribed, every day
      9. Make Sure your Sugar Levels (FPG – between 70-100mg/dL – PPG – <140 mg/dL- HbA1c – <6%) under control
  • Manage Your Cholesterol

      1. Avoid Processed food, Eat Complex carbohydrates & healthy fats
      2. Aim to start 30-60 mins of moderate exercise per day
      3. Treat Contributing health condition (including diabtes)
      4. Quit Smoking
      5. Not drinking high amount of alcohol
      6. Ensure timely lipid profile is done
      7. Take your medicine, if prescribed, every day
      8. Make Sure your lipid levels are under control
  • Manage Your Neuropathy

      1. Manage Blood Sugar Levels
      2. Follow a Healthy Diet
      3. Other helpful tips for managing blood sugar with your diet include:
      4. Exercise and Try Physical Therapy.
      5. Reduce Exposure to Toxins and Quit Smoking.
      6. Manage Stress.
      7. Lower Pain Naturally.
      8. Protect Your Skin and Feet
      9. Take your medicine, if prescribed, every day
  • Manage Your Sexual Desire

      1. Watch what you eat
      2. Maintain a healthy weight
      3. Avoid high blood pressure and high cholesterol
      4. Drink alcohol in moderation or not at all
      5. Exercise regularly
      6. Keep tabs on testosterone
      7. Avoid anabolic steroids

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Metabolic Disorders today is gradually turning to be an epidemic and India today is poised to becoming the Metabolic Disorder Capital of the World. Blood Pressure, Cholesterol & Diabetes are the three major Silent Killers affecting other major organ damage. Lack of awareness, diagnosis and proper healthcare management systems increases the risk of morbidity and mortality.

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