How to Prevent becoming a Diabetic

In India alone, there were 40 million people with diabetices. In order to battle it you have to first understand it. First of all it’s a long life condition. For sugar to reach the body’s cells,these first have to be unlock by insulin. By 2025, India might become the diabetic capital of the world. Making the situation more complex, most of the persons suffering from diabetes will also be affected with kidney failure, if they do not take corrective measures.People who are insulin deficient have extra sugar in the blood, that can damage the vital organs and lead to depression, heart and kidney disease, eye and skin  well as the nerve damage.

What makes you prone to diabetics:

DiabetesYour risk factors go up as you cross your 40th birthday. If you are obese, don’t exercise at all, have a stressful life or demanding career, have a family history as habituated disease, with high blood pressure and an elevated lipid profile combined with the poor intake of all important fruits and vegetables, be warned-you are definetly at risk.

What are the warning signs:

  • Excessive thirst and hunger
  • Frequent trips to the bathroom
  • Weakness and fatique
  • Weight loss
  • Numbness and tingling in your finger and toes
  • Blurred vision
  • Wounds that takes long time to heal

Can you do some thing about it?

Good nutritions is the key elemeny to manage diabetics. A diet rich in leafy green vegetables and fruits and less trans fats and bad cholesterol, can go a long way. Avoid excess sugar, salt and alcohol and have small but frequent meals. Exercise daily atleast for 30 to 40 minutes. For the person, who is already sufferring from diabetics can take Insulin. It is so crucial to diabetics can now be taken in many ways from pumps to special pens. However you can also take insulin  tablets orally.Moniter your blood pressure and blood sugar regularly. Keep your feet clean and healthy. Go for regular urine examination, eyes check up and heart check ups.

Always rembember that Preventation is still a best cure!!

About Shweta Mohta

A housewife with a passion for travel, maps and India. She loves to find new places to visit, map the directions and can talk on, So you get smoother experience to Travel in India.