Anybody in india taking GlykindXR60 to control their blood sugar levels?
Glykind XR 60: Anybody in india taking... - Diabetes India
i just wanted to know the review about the medicine
As far as Lifestyle is concerned ..i always walk for 30 mins after breakfast lunch and dinner ..never ate rice white bread pasta since last 2 years.. I have quit smoking drinking.. i have never allowed my HBA1c level to cross 5.7 since last 2 years..
Excellent achievement, where as me, living on the borderline of HbA1c level!!!
Hope one day WHO will look at cluster 5 of the new study in increase the HbA1c number from 6.5% to a higher value for old people.
I like a good discussion, I am making note of all medication in case i need the medication one day.
Eight years ago my HbA1c was 9%, I was told I am diabetic. I took life style change, the lowest was 6.3 and now it is 7.1.
My GP practice says, we are monitoring your HbA1C and Cholesterol.
When it was 9 %, I was offered medication, I went on life style change.
I am struggling to understand, Am I diabetic or not?
Only time will tell, I go for once a year, foot check, eye check and blood check.
Once you were diagnosed as a diabetic,there is no way you can come out of it even if your numbers are within non diabetic zone due to your efforts and lifestyle changes.I feel that by remaining diabetic,you have an advantage since by managing diabetes well,you are making sure you protect other aspects of your health.
I'm a bit confused. That's still right on the doorway of full-blown diabetes blood glucose, even with medication. It may be better than previous, but unless it is under 5.8% it is still high.
So you're taking a medication to make your pancreas secrete more hormone and still have high blood glucose. High insulin levels will make insulin-resistance worse; why don't you eat less carbohydrate?
That is why you are telling me,.
My diabetes is 25 years old.
Later on your medicine will also increase.Do not worry.
When my diabetes was 2 years old , I was just taking 1 tablet of glibinclamide 5 mg.
Gradually gradually I changed the medicines and increased with the passage of time.
In this last 2 years! I have done full research on diabetes!! I knw what it does to body organs.. specially heart kidney and eyes! But i vl make sure that i keep my PP sugar under 180 for the rest of my life..if i achieve the same than i can drastically reduce the chances of diabetes complications.. right?
I think you take too much pills, if you've been with diabetes for decades and you think it is progressing (getting worse) why don't you try insulin shots? Gliclazide is a secretagogue, it works by forcing your pancreas to produce (secrete) more insulin beyond what it normally does, so your pancreas beta cells will dry up faster before its due time, on the other hand, insulin shots provide ready to use insulin and take over the burden of your pancreas
Bcz of my experience ,
Tried bitter melon
Tried swertia chirata
Tried gymnema sylvestre
Tried syzygium cumini
Tried picrohiza kurroa
Tried Melia Azadirachta
Tried tinospora cordifolia
BUT ONLY ALOPATHIC MEDICINES ARE RELIABLE.
These medicines can control diabetes.
Thy this three times a day. get two, 4 kg weight of what ever possible, rice, sand etc.
Sit on the chair, lift the weight, move it up and down, left to right for 30 minutes.
Can be difficult, give it a try, this is a slow process to get it going.
In the gym, in UK, there are many Asians doing exercise and weights and other machines, some one somewhere informed them of the benefits!
"The American College of Physicians (ACP) has informed doctors to advise people to aim for HbA1c levels between 7-8% (53-64 mmol/mol), rather than the traditional advice of 6.5-7% (48-53 mmol/mol)."
"Summary of Recommendations from the ACP Guidance Statement:5
– Clinicians should personalize goals for glycemic control
– Aim to achieve HbA1c 7-8% in most patients
– De-intensify pharmacologic therapy when HbA1c < 6.5%
– Avoid targeting HbA1c level in certain patient populations"