Diabetes is diabetes which is also called sugar disease in simple terms. Due to this, people of every age group have started getting scared. Let me tell you that earlier where it was considered to be a disease in the elderly, in today’s time, even children aged 10-15 years are having diabetes. Let you know that the number of patients in government and private hospitals is increasing continuously. Earlier, where 35-40 patients of diabetes used to come daily, now 50 patients come daily. In view of all this, the doctors said that if a person avoids a little bit and takes precautions, as well as improving his lifestyle, then diabetes can be avoided. Regarding this, Dr. Mohit, Medical Officer of BK Hospital said that bitter things like bitter gourd and neem are helpful in keeping sugar and fat under control .Because people become obese due to non-physical hard work and stress, then diabetes starts. But we can control the disease by making lifestyle changes. Let me tell you that a 25-year-old youth working in MNC got complained of obesity.
Diabetes is diabetes which is also called sugar disease in simple terms.
He came to Sector-8 Sarvodaya Hospital for an investigation. Where he was find out that he has diabetes, while no one in his house has this disease. On this, the doctor told that sudden obesity is also the main symptom of diabetes. At the same time, Dr. Sundari Srikanth, Senior Consultant, Internal Medicine, QRG Health City Hospital, said that the disease of diabetes is like a termite, which is not visible from outside, but it destroys the whole body inside. People do not appear very serious towards this disease. Along with this, the medicines also stop on their own after some time. But may also cause many problems. Let us know that diabetes also invites other diseases. It affects the kidney the most. Due to this people become blind, become gangrene and most of the serious diseases of heart attack are also due to diabetes. However, type-2 diabetes is the most common problem. Which usually occurs after the age of 40, but today this disease is seen in people between 20 and 30 years old.