Tag: Preventive care

  • 4 Reasons Why The Number of Type-2 Diabetes Cases In India Are So High

    Contents: Diabetes has become a quiet presence in all our lives. With one out of six Indians living with some form of it, India is now the country with the second-highest number of cases in the world. Owing to its incessant presence, we all know the symptoms and risk factors for diabetes, just in case. …

  • What Can You Do as a 50+ Diabetes Patient to Prevent Complications?

    Contents: The age of 50 is when a lot of diabetes patients are forced to face the complications of their lifestyle. While you may have been diagnosed earlier, this is the age when you’ll truly start to feel the effect of the disease on your body. And unless you are truly committed to taking precautions…

  • How Can You Be Aware Of Hypertension And Be Diagnosed Early To Prevent Complications?

    Contents: Whether they live with high blood pressure or low blood pressure, and despite their risk factors being different, there is one thing that all blood pressure patients can seem to agree on. Until they saw a major symptom, they had no idea that they were even at risk! A large chunk of people in…

  • Hypertension and COVID-19: What Is The Relationship Between Them? 

    Contents: Hypertension is a chronic condition that affects the whole body. Although COVID-19 is a primarily respiratory condition, having pre-existing diseases like hypertension can worsen its impact.  Among the studies on COVID – 19 patients in – China and Italy – the countries worst hit by it, show that most of the patients who suffered…

  • Got Diabetes? Watch Out For These Complications That Could Make It Harder For You

    Contents: Information is power and it is about time that diabetes patients learn exactly why they should work hard at keeping this disease at bay.  Most online resources are quick to equip their readers with actionable advice. But before you jump into trying different management approaches, you need to know the worst of that can…

  • Diabetes and Hypoglycemia: The Best Approach For Preventive Care

    Contents: Shaking hands, fast-beating heart, sweaty brows – no, we’re not describing how it feels to be nervous. All these are the common signs of hypoglycemia, or what we know as low blood sugar. Low blood sugar and its symptoms are often considered a part of the diabetes patient life, and in mild episodes, it…