7 TIPS HELP PEOPLE AVOID DIABETES

Diabetes is systemic disorder which can involve multiple organs and systems throughout the body. Here are 7 tips which can help the patients avoid complications.

1. QUIT SMOKING HABIT

2. TREAT WOUNDS QUICKLY

3. LOW-SALT DIET

4. MONITOR BLOOD SUGAR DAILY

5. EXERCISE

6. WEIGHT LOSS

7. ENOUGH SLEEP

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  • The steps above are actually for those who are already diabetic. For non-diabetic the following steps are required in order to ensure that they do not face NIDDM:-

    1. Diet should be limited nearly 2100 calories divided into fie to six meals out of which 3 major and rest minor.

    2. Avoid binging in snacks and avoid soft drinks except for fruit juices.

    3. No smoking and drinks in moderation limited to 14 units (one unit 30 ml of hard liquor) per week not more than 2 to 3 units at a time

    4. keep your weight within standard parameters of your height and age.

    5. Do not carry unnecessary tensions and practice relaxation techniques whenever free.

    6. Exercise is must. Even a 30 to 40 minute brisk walk is OK. Do not take lift and use staircase for going to 1 to 2 floors above.

    7. Avoid excessive salt and excessive sugar or sweets.

    8. Monitor your Blood sugar once in 3 to 6 months

  • one thumb rule --- Avoid everything JUNK or called FAST FOOD or Packaged Food ... they are biggest curse to human health and have ruined it wherever they went. China and Now India ...

  • Other tips are OK.,but monitoring blood sugar every day is going too far. Checking periodically is enough.

  • I am a NIDDM T2 and i check PPBS every other day. Better be safe than be sorry as the saying goes :)

  • I agree for checking blood sugar regularly. However checking regularly doesnt mean that one has to check everyday. You can do twice a week and i think that is suffice.

  • Suggestions are good, but without medicine, diabetic control would be difficult. In general sugar check up for every week may be good enough, but laboratory tests for diabetic package, with fasting urine analysis plus ECG,once in every 3 months, might help to know the course of the disorder

  • i hope prevention is better than cure.

  • The list is suggested for those who are not diabetic but at the risk or are borderline cases. In such cases checking once in 3 months is OK alongwith precautions listed by me above

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