Diabetes Monster

No. of people suffering from Diabetes

Nearly 44 lakh Indians in their most productive years — aged 20 to 79 years — aren’t aware that they are diabetic, a disease that exposes them to heart attack, stroke, amputations, nerve damage, blindness and kidney disease. The diabetes epidemic in the country, that killed 10 lakh people in 2011, has also thrown up an interesting trend. Contrary to popular belief, diabetes affects more people in rural India (34 million) than affluent urban Indians (28 million). The gap between the number of diabetic men and women in India is also diminishing. While 33 million men are diabetic, 29 million women are affected by high blood sugar.

Diabetes If remain uncontrolled for many years can lead to many complications like :–

Heart Diseases :--


like Angina, heart attacks, heart failure,

Kidney Diseases :--


like Angina, heart attacks, heart failure,

Eye Complications :--


Leading to Visual loss, due to diabetic retinopathy ,cataract, glaucoma.

Diabetic Neuropathy :--


Due to involvement of nerves there is loss of sensation of limbs.

Diabetic Gastropathy :--


Leading to problem like increase flatulence, constipation, recurrent loose motions, pancreatic disorder.

Brain problem :--


Diabetes are at increase risk to develop stroke (brain attack) Dementia (forgetfulness)

Diabetic Foot :--


increased diabetes can lead to decrease peripheral circulation to lower limbs , which are more prone to minor injury , if left uncured can lead to diabetic foot or gangrene.

Diabetic autonomic neuropathy :--


In which patient tends to fall down suddenly

Impotency :--


uncontrolled diabetes can itself lead to erection disorder & loss of libido


Infections :--


uncontrolled diabetes are generally more prone to any type of infections any where with body & which are more difficult to control.


In Type 1 diabetes


The insulin producing cells in the pancreas are destroyed.

Vitamin D deficiency linked to Type 1 diabetes risk


Low levels of Vitamin D in the blood can contribute to a person’s risk of developing Type 1 diabetes, new research has found. A study led by researchers from the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine has found a correlation between vitamin D3 serum levels and subsequent incidence of Type 1 diabetes. The six-year study of blood levels of nearly 2,000 individuals suggests a preventive role for vitamin D3 in this disease.

In Type 2 diabetes


Insulin is still produced but the body becomes resistant to it . “Diabetologists can help you manage your diabetes, by advising Diet plan,Exercise,and prescribing Oral Medicines and Insulins/Analogs.

It has been seen that type 2 diabetes(which occurs in 90% of patients) is more like a life style disease based upon Genetic dependant factors . Usually it occurs with lack of exercise, sedentary habits, Overeating and irregular meals, Fastfoods, Unbalanced diet like Lack of vegetables and fruits in appropriate quantity, eating more of saturated fats and Sweets. It has been seen that Control of diabetes gets disturbed during stressful conditions like mental stress, Fevers, any other body aliments like Kidney, Heart, Chest, Gut problems. So the proper control of diabetes can prevent complications of diabetes during other stressful aliments of body.

Diabetes could also turn you deaf

Diabetics, who were warned for years that their illness could cause blindness, are in for more bad news, as doctors have claimed that the patients are more likely to lose their hearing, too. Japanese research has found that hearing problems are far more common in diabetics than their healthy counterparts, even when other factors such as ageing and a noisy environment are taken into account, and found that people with diabetes had more than two times higher prevalence of hearing impairment than those without diabetes.” Several studies have investigated the relationship between diabetes and hearing impairment but their findings were inconsistent. However, links have been made between hearing loss and other conditions such as dementia and depression.

Precaution & Preventions


Diabetes may damage almost every tissue and organ of the body, the kidney being one of them. If neglected, a person could go into diabetic nephropathy. Albumin in the urine, blood urea and creatinine levels should be checked once in three months. Diabetics should avoid painkillers. They should watch out for swelling of the feet, extreme fatigue, weakness and breathlessness. Obese children should also be screened for diabetes. Feet first A diabetic should take special care of his feet, . “Watch out for numbness, foot ulcers and carefully examine spaces between the toes and the soles of the feet. Socks should be washed regularly and changed every day and one should use footwear, preferably with ankle support. Nails should not be cut too short and sharp edges should be filed,” he says. Special care should be taken by those who plan to go on temple visits and have to walk barefoot. “Trivial foot lesions precede 85 per cent of leg amputations in India. Almost 75 percent of amputations are carried out in neuropathic feet with secondary infection, which are potentially preventable.”

Diabetes and its treatment

Diabetes affects millions of people and is a very serious lifelong health problem. However, keeping diabetes in control is a difficult task as more than half of the care for diabetes is self driven. This makes it important to be self-aware, and skilled in these care methods .

Survival step 1:

Diabetes is a condition that causes high blood sugar. It cannot be completely cured but it can definitely be managed. There are basically two types of diabetes, the first being Type 1 diabetes, wherein the body’s immune system destroys the insulin producing cells in the pancreas. Due to low insulin level, it is treated with daily insulin injections and a healthy diet. The second type is Type 2 diabetes, here the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or does not use insulin efficiently. It is treated by implementing a diet modification, exercise plan or oral medication.

Survival step 2:

Time-to-time medication Medicines and injections are very important to manage your diabetes level. Whichever medicines your doctor prescribes for you, take detailed information about its dosage, and follow it the way advised by your doctor. Whenever you make any appointment with any healthcare professional, take the list of all the medicines you have been advised to manage your diabetes level, to avoid any medicinal complications.

Survival step 3:

The right FOOD You need to take heed to what you eat to manage diabetes. Follow a diet planned for you by your dietician to maintain your weight and to lower your blood sugar. Never skip meals and eat three small meals to keep blood sugar level in control.

Learn the Art To fight Diabetes

1. Healthy Eating

The good news is there is no such thing as a “diabetic diet”. Healthy eating for diabetes involves having a balance of carbohydrates, lean proteins, and heart healthy fats. Understanding carbohydrates is a good starting point. As your confidence grows, you can learn more about reading food labels and portion sizes. Fiber content and the timing of meals are also important in diabetes management. Through healthy eating you may be able to achieve and maintain a healthy body weight which is a key factor in optimal blood sugar control throughout your life.

2. Being Active

Regular activity is important for overall fitness, weight management and blood sugar control. With exercise, those with diabetes can improve control, and those at risk for Type 2 diabetes can reduce that risk. Being active can also help enhance weight loss, help control blood fat levels (cholesterol and triglycerides) and blood pressure, as well as reduce stress. If you are already active, you can increase the intensity or frequency. If you are not currently active, discuss with your provider a safe activity plan. Start by taking small steps: walk the dog, take the kids to the park, ride a bicycle to the post office. Everything counts!

3. Monitoring

Daily self-monitoring of blood sugar with a blood glucose meter provides the feedback on how food, physical activity and medications affect blood sugar. Talk to your health care team if you have any questions about how to use your meter or when to check your blood sugar. There is no wrong time to check – different times give you different kinds of information. Monitoring, however, doesn’t stop there. People with diabetes may also want to regularly check their blood pressure and weight.

4. Taking Medication

Some people need medication no matter how carefully they eat and exercise. Understanding how the medication works, when to take it, how much to take and potential side effects is important. Effective drug therapy in combination with healthy lifestyle choices lowers blood sugar levels, reduces the risk for diabetes complications and makes you feel better.

5. Problem solving

Keeping your problem-solving skills sharp is important because on any given day, a high or low blood sugar will require rapid, informed decisions about food, activity and medications. Even after decades of living with diabetes, stability can still be a challenge. The disease is progressive and life situations change. Learn to identify problem areas and find possible solutions.

6. Reducing risks

Being proactive and changing unhealthy habits will help reduce the risks of complications from diabetes, as well as improve your health and quality of life. Actions such as stopping smoking and having regular eye, foot, and dental examinations have a major impact.

7. Healthy coping

Health status and quality of life are affected by mental and social factors such as depression, financial struggles or job loss. Mental stress impacts health and motivation to keep diabetes in control. When motivation is low, the commitment required to perform your day in day out self care tasks can be difficult to maintain. When problems seem impossible to overcome, coping becomes difficult and your daily self care becomes more challenging. Learning to manage stress and life situations is an important piece for controlling blood sugar. A strong support system, and contact with your provider when needed, can help you mange. Begin building your support team today!

Regular health checkup are required after 40 years of age, Following health checkups are available:


Whole Body Check

  • HAEMOGRAM: Haemoglobin & PVC/ESR/TLC/DLC/RDW/Platelet Count/MCHC/MCV/MCH/Peripheral Smear
  • DIABETIC PROFILE: Fasting Blood Sugar/ PP Blood Sugar/Gly-Haemoglobin (HbA1c)
  • KIDNEY FUNCTION TEST : Serum Urea, Creatinine/ Uric Acid
  • LIPID PROFILE : Total Cholesterol/Triglycerides Cholesterol/ Triglycerides/Total Cholesterol / HDL Ratio
  • THROID Profile : T3 /T4 / TSH
  • LIVER FUNCTION TEST : Bilirubin Total & Direct Albumin/Total Protein/SGOT/SGPT/Alkaline Phosphate
  • Other Tests : Urine Routine Exam/ Stool Routine Exam /Blood Group & RH Typing test/Lung Function Test (PFT)
  • RADIO IMAGING : ECG/ X-Ray (chest), Ultra Sound Whole Abdomen / Tread Mill Test (TMT)
  • SPECIAL TESTS: Serum Electrolytes ( Na, K, CL) Mantoux (Tuberculin) /PAP Smear ( Female) / PSA ( Male) /RA Factor / Vitamin D3 .
  • Consultations : Neurology / Cardiology/ Orthopedics / Gynecology/ Internal Medicine/ Dental / Vitals/ Vision Test.

Diabetes Basic Check:

  • HAEMOGRAM: Haemoglobin & PVC/ESR/TLC/DLC/RDW/Platelet Count/MCHC/MCV/MCH/Peripheral Smear
  • DIABETIC PROFILE: Fasting Blood Sugar/ PP Blood Sugar/Gly-Haemoglobin (HbA1c)
  • KIDNEY FUNCTION TEST : Creatinine
  • LIPID PROFILE : Total Cholesterol/Triglycerides Cholesterol/ Triglycerides/Total Cholesterol / HDL Ratio
  • OTHER TESTES : Urine Routine Exam
  • SPECIAL TESTS : Urine for ( Microalbumin )
  • CONSULTATIONS: Internal Medicine / Dental / Vitals, Vision Test.

Diabetes Extensive Check:

  • HAEMOGRAM: Haemoglobin & PVC/ESR/TLC/DLC/RDW/Platelet Count/MCHC/MCV/MCH/Peripheral Smear
  • 1HAEMOGRAM: Haemoglobin & PVC/ESR/TLC/DLC/RDW/Platelet Count/MCHC/MCV/MCH/Peripheral Smear
  • KIDNEY FUNCTION TEST : Serum Urea, Creatinine/ Uric Acid
  • LIPID PROFILE : Total Cholesterol/Triglycerides Cholesterol/ Triglycerides/Total Cholesterol / HDL Ratio
  • THROID PROFILE : TSH
  • OTHER TESTES : Urine Routine Exam
  • RADIO IMAGING : ECG/ X-Ray (chest)
  • SPECIAL TESTS : Serum Electrolytes ( Na,K,CL),Urine for ( Microalbumin )
  • CONSULTATIONS: Internal Medicine / Dental / Vitals, Vision Test.

Ask Me How:

For Further details call us: +91-8283-836-778, +91-8283-006-168

Email Us at: emd.amandeephospital@gmail.com , ah.admin@amandeephospital.org

+ Diabetes and its complications

No. of people suffering from Diabetes

Nearly 44 lakh Indians in their most productive years — aged 20 to 79 years — aren’t aware that they are diabetic, a disease that exposes them to heart attack, stroke, amputations, nerve damage, blindness and kidney disease. The diabetes epidemic in the country, that killed 10 lakh people in 2011, has also thrown up an interesting trend. Contrary to popular belief, diabetes affects more people in rural India (34 million) than affluent urban Indians (28 million). The gap between the number of diabetic men and women in India is also diminishing. While 33 million men are diabetic, 29 million women are affected by high blood sugar.

Diabetes If remain uncontrolled for many years can lead to many complications like :–

Heart Diseases :--


like Angina, heart attacks, heart failure,

Kidney Diseases :--


like Angina, heart attacks, heart failure,

Eye Complications :--


Leading to Visual loss, due to diabetic retinopathy ,cataract, glaucoma.

Diabetic Neuropathy :--


Due to involvement of nerves there is loss of sensation of limbs.

Diabetic Gastropathy :--


Leading to problem like increase flatulence, constipation, recurrent loose motions, pancreatic disorder.

Brain problem :--


Diabetes are at increase risk to develop stroke (brain attack) Dementia (forgetfulness)

Diabetic Foot :--


increased diabetes can lead to decrease peripheral circulation to lower limbs , which are more prone to minor injury , if left uncured can lead to diabetic foot or gangrene.

Diabetic autonomic neuropathy :--


In which patient tends to fall down suddenly

Impotency :--


uncontrolled diabetes can itself lead to erection disorder & loss of libido


Infections :--


uncontrolled diabetes are generally more prone to any type of infections any where with body & which are more difficult to control.


+ Types of Diabetes

In Type 1 diabetes


The insulin producing cells in the pancreas are destroyed.

Vitamin D deficiency linked to Type 1 diabetes risk


Low levels of Vitamin D in the blood can contribute to a person’s risk of developing Type 1 diabetes, new research has found. A study led by researchers from the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine has found a correlation between vitamin D3 serum levels and subsequent incidence of Type 1 diabetes. The six-year study of blood levels of nearly 2,000 individuals suggests a preventive role for vitamin D3 in this disease.

In Type 2 diabetes


Insulin is still produced but the body becomes resistant to it . “Diabetologists can help you manage your diabetes, by advising Diet plan,Exercise,and prescribing Oral Medicines and Insulins/Analogs.

+ Diabetes and you

It has been seen that type 2 diabetes(which occurs in 90% of patients) is more like a life style disease based upon Genetic dependant factors . Usually it occurs with lack of exercise, sedentary habits, Overeating and irregular meals, Fastfoods, Unbalanced diet like Lack of vegetables and fruits in appropriate quantity, eating more of saturated fats and Sweets. It has been seen that Control of diabetes gets disturbed during stressful conditions like mental stress, Fevers, any other body aliments like Kidney, Heart, Chest, Gut problems. So the proper control of diabetes can prevent complications of diabetes during other stressful aliments of body.

Diabetes could also turn you deaf

Diabetics, who were warned for years that their illness could cause blindness, are in for more bad news, as doctors have claimed that the patients are more likely to lose their hearing, too. Japanese research has found that hearing problems are far more common in diabetics than their healthy counterparts, even when other factors such as ageing and a noisy environment are taken into account, and found that people with diabetes had more than two times higher prevalence of hearing impairment than those without diabetes.” Several studies have investigated the relationship between diabetes and hearing impairment but their findings were inconsistent. However, links have been made between hearing loss and other conditions such as dementia and depression.

+ Precaution & Preventions

Precaution & Preventions


Diabetes may damage almost every tissue and organ of the body, the kidney being one of them. If neglected, a person could go into diabetic nephropathy. Albumin in the urine, blood urea and creatinine levels should be checked once in three months. Diabetics should avoid painkillers. They should watch out for swelling of the feet, extreme fatigue, weakness and breathlessness. Obese children should also be screened for diabetes. Feet first A diabetic should take special care of his feet, . “Watch out for numbness, foot ulcers and carefully examine spaces between the toes and the soles of the feet. Socks should be washed regularly and changed every day and one should use footwear, preferably with ankle support. Nails should not be cut too short and sharp edges should be filed,” he says. Special care should be taken by those who plan to go on temple visits and have to walk barefoot. “Trivial foot lesions precede 85 per cent of leg amputations in India. Almost 75 percent of amputations are carried out in neuropathic feet with secondary infection, which are potentially preventable.”

+ Survival skills for diabetes

Diabetes and its treatment

Diabetes affects millions of people and is a very serious lifelong health problem. However, keeping diabetes in control is a difficult task as more than half of the care for diabetes is self driven. This makes it important to be self-aware, and skilled in these care methods .

Survival step 1:

Diabetes is a condition that causes high blood sugar. It cannot be completely cured but it can definitely be managed. There are basically two types of diabetes, the first being Type 1 diabetes, wherein the body’s immune system destroys the insulin producing cells in the pancreas. Due to low insulin level, it is treated with daily insulin injections and a healthy diet. The second type is Type 2 diabetes, here the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or does not use insulin efficiently. It is treated by implementing a diet modification, exercise plan or oral medication.

Survival step 2:

Time-to-time medication Medicines and injections are very important to manage your diabetes level. Whichever medicines your doctor prescribes for you, take detailed information about its dosage, and follow it the way advised by your doctor. Whenever you make any appointment with any healthcare professional, take the list of all the medicines you have been advised to manage your diabetes level, to avoid any medicinal complications.

Survival step 3:

The right FOOD You need to take heed to what you eat to manage diabetes. Follow a diet planned for you by your dietician to maintain your weight and to lower your blood sugar. Never skip meals and eat three small meals to keep blood sugar level in control.

+ Risks related to Over weight

Learn the Art To fight Diabetes

1. Healthy Eating

The good news is there is no such thing as a “diabetic diet”. Healthy eating for diabetes involves having a balance of carbohydrates, lean proteins, and heart healthy fats. Understanding carbohydrates is a good starting point. As your confidence grows, you can learn more about reading food labels and portion sizes. Fiber content and the timing of meals are also important in diabetes management. Through healthy eating you may be able to achieve and maintain a healthy body weight which is a key factor in optimal blood sugar control throughout your life.

2. Being Active

Regular activity is important for overall fitness, weight management and blood sugar control. With exercise, those with diabetes can improve control, and those at risk for Type 2 diabetes can reduce that risk. Being active can also help enhance weight loss, help control blood fat levels (cholesterol and triglycerides) and blood pressure, as well as reduce stress. If you are already active, you can increase the intensity or frequency. If you are not currently active, discuss with your provider a safe activity plan. Start by taking small steps: walk the dog, take the kids to the park, ride a bicycle to the post office. Everything counts!

3. Monitoring

Daily self-monitoring of blood sugar with a blood glucose meter provides the feedback on how food, physical activity and medications affect blood sugar. Talk to your health care team if you have any questions about how to use your meter or when to check your blood sugar. There is no wrong time to check – different times give you different kinds of information. Monitoring, however, doesn’t stop there. People with diabetes may also want to regularly check their blood pressure and weight.

4. Taking Medication

Some people need medication no matter how carefully they eat and exercise. Understanding how the medication works, when to take it, how much to take and potential side effects is important. Effective drug therapy in combination with healthy lifestyle choices lowers blood sugar levels, reduces the risk for diabetes complications and makes you feel better.

5. Problem solving

Keeping your problem-solving skills sharp is important because on any given day, a high or low blood sugar will require rapid, informed decisions about food, activity and medications. Even after decades of living with diabetes, stability can still be a challenge. The disease is progressive and life situations change. Learn to identify problem areas and find possible solutions.

6. Reducing risks

Being proactive and changing unhealthy habits will help reduce the risks of complications from diabetes, as well as improve your health and quality of life. Actions such as stopping smoking and having regular eye, foot, and dental examinations have a major impact.

7. Healthy coping

Health status and quality of life are affected by mental and social factors such as depression, financial struggles or job loss. Mental stress impacts health and motivation to keep diabetes in control. When motivation is low, the commitment required to perform your day in day out self care tasks can be difficult to maintain. When problems seem impossible to overcome, coping becomes difficult and your daily self care becomes more challenging. Learning to manage stress and life situations is an important piece for controlling blood sugar. A strong support system, and contact with your provider when needed, can help you mange. Begin building your support team today!

+ Health Checkups

Regular health checkup are required after 40 years of age, Following health checkups are available:


Whole Body Check

  • HAEMOGRAM: Haemoglobin & PVC/ESR/TLC/DLC/RDW/Platelet Count/MCHC/MCV/MCH/Peripheral Smear
  • DIABETIC PROFILE: Fasting Blood Sugar/ PP Blood Sugar/Gly-Haemoglobin (HbA1c)
  • KIDNEY FUNCTION TEST : Serum Urea, Creatinine/ Uric Acid
  • LIPID PROFILE : Total Cholesterol/Triglycerides Cholesterol/ Triglycerides/Total Cholesterol / HDL Ratio
  • THROID Profile : T3 /T4 / TSH
  • LIVER FUNCTION TEST : Bilirubin Total & Direct Albumin/Total Protein/SGOT/SGPT/Alkaline Phosphate
  • Other Tests : Urine Routine Exam/ Stool Routine Exam /Blood Group & RH Typing test/Lung Function Test (PFT)
  • RADIO IMAGING : ECG/ X-Ray (chest), Ultra Sound Whole Abdomen / Tread Mill Test (TMT)
  • SPECIAL TESTS: Serum Electrolytes ( Na, K, CL) Mantoux (Tuberculin) /PAP Smear ( Female) / PSA ( Male) /RA Factor / Vitamin D3 .
  • Consultations : Neurology / Cardiology/ Orthopedics / Gynecology/ Internal Medicine/ Dental / Vitals/ Vision Test.

Diabetes Basic Check:

  • HAEMOGRAM: Haemoglobin & PVC/ESR/TLC/DLC/RDW/Platelet Count/MCHC/MCV/MCH/Peripheral Smear
  • DIABETIC PROFILE: Fasting Blood Sugar/ PP Blood Sugar/Gly-Haemoglobin (HbA1c)
  • KIDNEY FUNCTION TEST : Creatinine
  • LIPID PROFILE : Total Cholesterol/Triglycerides Cholesterol/ Triglycerides/Total Cholesterol / HDL Ratio
  • OTHER TESTES : Urine Routine Exam
  • SPECIAL TESTS : Urine for ( Microalbumin )
  • CONSULTATIONS: Internal Medicine / Dental / Vitals, Vision Test.

Diabetes Extensive Check:

  • HAEMOGRAM: Haemoglobin & PVC/ESR/TLC/DLC/RDW/Platelet Count/MCHC/MCV/MCH/Peripheral Smear
  • 1HAEMOGRAM: Haemoglobin & PVC/ESR/TLC/DLC/RDW/Platelet Count/MCHC/MCV/MCH/Peripheral Smear
  • KIDNEY FUNCTION TEST : Serum Urea, Creatinine/ Uric Acid
  • LIPID PROFILE : Total Cholesterol/Triglycerides Cholesterol/ Triglycerides/Total Cholesterol / HDL Ratio
  • THROID PROFILE : TSH
  • OTHER TESTES : Urine Routine Exam
  • RADIO IMAGING : ECG/ X-Ray (chest)
  • SPECIAL TESTS : Serum Electrolytes ( Na,K,CL),Urine for ( Microalbumin )
  • CONSULTATIONS: Internal Medicine / Dental / Vitals, Vision Test.

Ask Me How:

For Further details call us: +91-8283-836-778, +91-8283-006-168

Email Us at: emd.amandeephospital@gmail.com , ah.admin@amandeephospital.org

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