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Health Tips & Medical Facts

  • Do you have a friend who wants to quit smoking? Know how to help them

  • Cut saturated fat. Choose semi-skimmed over full-fat milk, leaner cuts of meat, and steam or grill foods rather than frying.

  • Leg Lifts, great for building strength & leg muscles...

  • Unhealthy fats - saturated & trans, increases LDL levels in blood, builds fatty material called plaque & is a major cause of heart disease

  • What exactly does the term dandruff mean?

  • Staying well hydrated by drinking enough water is one of the best measures to avoid kidney stones

  • Did you know that Type 2 diabetes can be prevented?

  • Information gained from diligent charting places you in the driver's seat of your diabetes.

  • Boost your mood with exercise; Exercise can lower risk of heart disease, diabetes, arthritis & most importantly improves your mood!!

  • If u don’t have some green on your plate at every meal, you're cheating your body out of essential nutrients. Stay healthy...

  • People with prediabetes who lost some weight through diet & exercise cut their odds of getting type 2 by 58% vs. 31% who only took Metformin. Figures as per webMD

  • Have Diabetes...Research shows, Counting carbs and choosing the healthiest of them is more important than eliminating sugar all together.

  • Ditch the blame game; believing that diabetes is exclusively the fault of those who eat too much and move too little is a misconception.

  • Married women drink more than single women, a study suggests, because they're influenced by their husbands' drinking.

  • "Asymbolia" is a condition that causes people to be immune to feeling pain.

  • Fennel seeds are considered a carminative, that helps relieve gas. Chew and then swallow about half a teaspoon of these after meals.

  • Why is fresh juice better than bottled juice? Share this tip with your loved ones!

  • Common differences between type 1 and type 2 diabetes

  • Beer/Wine/Spirits: Studies have shown that 1-2 drinks / day reduces risk for chronic diseases like cardiovascular & type 2 diabetes.
     

  • "Sport is about adapting to the unexpected and being able to modify plans at the last minute."
    – Roger Bannister

  • COPD stands for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

  • MRI used to be known as NMRI, nuclear magnetic resonance imaging, but the nuclear part disturbed some people so it was dropped.

  • Did you know: The human eye can distinguish about 10 million different colors.

  • Drink 500ml of water before breakfast. Staying well hydrated will give you more energy, mental clarity and enhanced digestive function.

  • Add berries to salad, yogurt, or oatmeal, or try nibbling on them frozen. All berries are rich in Vitamin C, helpful in combating stress.

  • Alveoli are air sacks in the lungs.

  • Depression is often the result of over thinking, our minds create problems that initially didn't exist.

  • The Evening Cigarette: The one we are supposed to enjoy in calmness and serenity when the phone stops ringing, the children are asleep and the washing-up is done ; in a nutshell: the coolest cigarette of the day… Except that it is still a cigarette and it is just as dangerous as any other cigarette.

    An Original Webseries about Cigarette for the World Cancer Day:

    • 10 silent one-minute episodes
    • 10 very graphic pictures
    • 10 mundane moments turning into the utter senselessness
    • 10 funny but not so rosy situations, full of twists and turns.
  • 1.3 billion people smoke worldwide.
    Tobacco kills one person every 6 seconds.

  • Stress & diabetes don't mix. Excess stress can elevate blood sugar. One can find relief by sitting quietly for 15 mins, meditating, or yoga.

  • People with diabetes who get enough sleep often have healthier eating habits and improved blood sugar levels. So, get some sound sleep 

  • Control ur blood pressure, cholesterol & triglyceride levels. Diabetes make heart disease more likely, watch ur blood pressure & cholesterol

  • The contraction phase of a heart beat is called systole. The relaxation phase is called diastole.

  • Track ur carbohydrates. Know how many carbs you’re eating and how often you have them. Managing carbs help keep blood sugar under control.

  • Get A1c blood tests to find ur avg blood sugar for the past 2-3mths. Most people with type 2 diabetes should aim for an A1c of 7% or lower.

  • Check your blood sugar level at least twice a day. Write it down so u can track your progress & note how food & activity affect your levels.

  • Step 1 to avoid diabetic complications: loose extra weight. Moving towards a healthy weight helps control blood sugars.

  • Keeping you Diabetes under control will help you prevent heart, nerve & foot problems.

  • Psychology says that Sex is better when it's with someone you care about. Emotional attachment heightens your feelings of satisfaction.

  • Small branches of arteries are called arterioles. Small veins are called venules.

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