strictly has gained a lot of ground in India. This can be largely attributed to unhealthy
lifestyles and eating habits. The result is that even people as young as 25 and 30 are getting
affected by Diabetes. Moreover, once an individual is diagnosed with the disease, it becomes
all the more important to maintain a physically fit body and a little bit of care while eating
food will go a long way in controlling the erratic sugar levels. Even more pertinent is the
regularity that needs to be maintained while taking prescribed medication.
Diabetes is a condition in which pancreas does not making enough insulin needed for the
body. And this can be diagnosed by checking the Glucose levels in the blood – While below
100 is considered normal; between 100 and 125 is pre-diabetic condition during which time
focused emphasis on health and fitness can quickly reverse the process and take you back
into safe zone. A blood sugar level of above 126 is considered Diabetes – positive. Usually
Type 2 Diabetes affects people around the age of 40 – but thanks to the current stress-filled
lifestyle, the average age is coming down.
However, the question stays – Is it possible to avoid medication completely? Yes, say
experts. Diabetes 2 that can lead to heart attacks, kidney ailments and other crippling diseases
can be slowed down or partially reversed by controlling sugar levels and cardio-vascular risk
It may sound clichéd, but it is only possible by loss of excess weight, increased physical
activity on a daily basis and diet with fibre-rich food, minus the sugar, especially the
processed kind. Most importantly, it is not advised to embark upon managing diabetes
without medical advice. Even while on diet, constant monitoring of blood glucose levels is
needed to see of the diet is working and to ensure there aren’t any erratic changes, which
could prove fatal too.