Thursday, April 10, 2014



today i would like to talk something about our diet...

What you say whether non veg is better or veg?

  According to experts view non veg diet people have more of having health problems such as obesity,heart disease,diabetes etc..

So more and more people now moving towards vegetable diet.It's also interesting that in some uropean country people have started campaigning to swift over veg diet .

where we are?

contrary to foreign changes, Asian and African country have increased demand for non veg diet. Because of this , it would be a major issue of discussion and make  people aware.

This diet changes lead to many serious problems in our next what foreign people are suffering we might be next one if this type of diet practice continues.

EGG should be eaten or not?

Of course egg must be eaten!!!!!
 Because of it's high nutritive value and high protein content,egg is advisable by dr. for people need good nutrition.

milk ??
 It is also highly recommended specially for growing children. it contains high amount protein,vitamins and minerals except vit.c and iron.

Demerits of non veg diet..

(1- problem of obesity much more

(2- increased risk of heart disease , blood pressure etc

(3- alssso low levels of certain vitamins and minerals

(4- chances of acquiring infection through chicken like bird flu..

(5- question of hygiene _ ther is always a query in mind about hygiene of person maintaining non veg food..

(6- in some areas due to lack of proper storage environment , non veg food may be infected


Sunday, April 6, 2014


Diabetes has emerged as a major healthcare problem in India. 

there were an estimated 40 million persons with diabetes in India in 2007 and this number is predicted to rise to almost 70 million people by 2025

 It is estimated that every fifth person with diabetes will be an Indian. 

The Risk Factors for Diabetes in Indians Are:
Age—Indians develop diabetes at a very young age, at least 10 to 15 years earlier than the western population. An early occurrence of diabetes gives ample time for development of the chronic complications of diabetes. The incidence of diabetes increases with age. In India, the life span has increased, hence more number of people with diabetes are being detected.
  • Family History—The prevalence of diabetes increases with a family history of diabetes. The risk of a child developing diabetes with a parental history increases above 50 per cent. A high incidence of diabetes is seen among the first degree relatives. Indians have a high genetic risk for diabetes as observed in Asian Indians who have migrated to other countries. They have been found to have a higher rate of diabetes as compared to the local population .
  • Central Obesity—The association of obesity with Type II Diabetes is well known. Even with an acceptable body weight range, weight gain could increase the risk of diabetes . An excess of body fat specially concentrated within the abdomen has an increased risk of diabetes. The cut-off limit for waist circumference for Indians have been recommended to be 90 cm for males and 80 cm for females. Abdominal obesity is defined by waist circumference above these limits.
  • Physical Inactivity and Sedentary Living—There is enough evidence to demonstrate that physical inactivity as a independent factor for the development of type II diabetes. The availability of motorised transport and a shift in occupations combined with the plethora of television programmes has reduced the physical activity in all groups of populations.
  • Insulin Resistance—Asian Indians have been found to be more insulin resistant as compared to the white population. They have a higher level of insulin to achieve the same the blood glucose control. A cluster of factors consisting of abnormal fats (Dyslipidemia), high blood pressure, obesity, and abnormal glucose levels known as metabolic syndrome is highly prevalent in Asian Indians.
  • Urbanisation—The developing countries like India are undergoing rapid urbanisation . Urbanisation is associated with increasing obesity, decreasing physical activity due to changes in lifestyle, diet and a change from manual work to less physical occupations.
  • Stress—The impact of stress both physical and mental along with lifestyle changes has a strong effect of increasing incidence of type II Diabetes amongst persons is a strong genetic background.

In India, the lack of proper healthcare infrastructure, rampant ignorance and absence of clear cut guidelines mean that approach to the management of diabetes is ad hoc.

Even after the diagnosis, monitoring of diabetes is very poor. Most of the patients initially visit a doctor and then discontinue their therapy once their symptoms and controlled. A majority of the patients abandon modern allopathic treatment in favour of indigenous treatments. Further, more patients with poor control avoid insulin for fear of injection and belief of addiction of insulin. Hence they keep changing doctors and hop from one system of treatment to another leading to further complications and early death.

preventive measures:

There is ample evidence to suggest that preventive measures to reduce the burden of diabetes are needed.

(1) lifestyle modification including weight loss

(2)increased physical activity

(3) dietary changes

The need of the hour is direct public education and mass media campaigns, awareness about diabetes and its complications. 

                             There is a need to spread the message that diabetes is preventable and we need to have a behavioral change to adopt a healthy lifestyle.

indian people health awareness

Hello friends,
 As a person from medical field and a lot search in this field , i personally found that there is one way to prevent serious medical illness.
 In India,today also, people are not aware about their health.    
What the main problem in India is people became own doctor. That's really ridiculous.

It has been found in one survey that death rate in India due to various diseases are too much high compared to people of U.S.A. with respect to same age .


In India now a days people are well educated. so it's not about ill literacy. But the main problem is, people are not still well aware about preventive measures of any diseases.  And many times they are aware but doing wrong thing such as taking medicines on own suggestion , take advise of non medico person, believing in super natural powers for curing disease condition.


There are many ways to prevent sudden rise of any serious condition. And it has been always said that prevention is always better than cure. so by following some common and easy rules in life , our health would be better.....

(1) Never under estimate your common health problems such as Chronic headache . It's a common symptom after 50 . such chronic headache may be the sign of chronic and persistently high blood pressure. By avoiding headache or taking own medicines,  underlying blood pressure continues to rise and finally some day high blood pressure results in brain hemmorhage . 

(2) Always prefer right adviser. it has been found that in India 40-50 % people are taking medicines by taking advice of pharmacist, nursing   person, even neighbors also.. so this type of practice may endanger your life . so always prefer to go proper person such as M.D or any specialist ..

(3) After age of 50 it's really mandatory to check for blood pressure,sugar level, cholesterol level etc. and take advice and action according to specialist guidance.

(4) Always prefer good nutritive food and practice proper hygiene .

(5) proper immunization of under 10 year children .

(6) Do not hesitate to visit doctor. many times people don't like to visit doctor , because of some belief , shame or other reasons.. this is really bad thing. If our bike is not running properly then we have to go to mechanic.Same way, if we have any problem related health, we must visit doctor .

 This is my intention to make people more and more aware about health. If you like this than please share it with your friends....