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World Diabetes Day 2018

“ Millions of people around the world live with diabetes or know someone living with diabetes. Some find out when they are still prediabetic while others remain ignorant over years. Early detection of prediabetes can slow or stop progress towards type 2 diabetes. Diabetes isn’t yet a curable disease. However, people with diabetes can live long, healthy, and happy lives. Being mindful about lifestyle and aware about diabetes is the key. ”

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Diabetes concerns every family

Diabetes is a complex disease. It is time we identify what’s fact and what’s just a fiction!

 

 

“Diabetes is not contagious.
But their smile is…”

Though we are not clearly aware of what exactly causes diabetes. We are sure that it is not contagious.
There seems to be a genetic link. Lifestyle factors play a major part too.

 

 

 

“Sugar-free &
Carb-conscious living”

People with diabetes can eat sugar in certain situations only. In fact, sugar can be lifesaving in many incidents of hypoglycemia.
However, uncontrolled sugar intake can cause serious implications in patients and hence is best avoided or limited for better control of diabetes.

 

“Pricks are not easy, yet essential…
Especially for kids.”

Living with diabetes involves regular glucose monitoring and insulin injections. People with type 1 diabetes and some with type 2 diabetes need daily injections of insulin. Recent innovations such as insulin pumps are replacing daily insulin injections.

 

 

 

 

“Life with diabetes is no
little or more…”

There is no cure for diabetes. However, life gets better and smooth when medicines, insulin, calorie balance and stress levels are well managed. Keep all your dreams alive.

 

“Diabetes is not contagious.
But their smile is…”

Though we are not clearly aware of what exactly causes diabetes. We are sure that it is not contagious.
There seems to be a genetic link. Lifestyle factors play a major part too.
 

“Sugar-free &
Carb-conscious living”

People with diabetes can eat sugar in certain situations only. In fact, sugar can be lifesaving in many incidents of hypoglycemia.
However, uncontrolled sugar intake can cause serious implications in patients and hence is best avoided or limited for better control of diabetes.

“Pricks are not easy, yet essential…
Especially for kids.”

Living with diabetes involves regular glucose monitoring and insulin injections. People with type 1 diabetes and some with type 2 diabetes need daily injections of insulin. Recent innovations such as insulin pumps are replacing daily insulin injections.

“Life with diabetes is no
little or more…”

There is no cure for diabetes. However, life gets better and smooth when medicines, insulin, calorie balance and stress levels are well managed. Keep all your dreams alive.

Currently, an estimated 72946 people live with diabetes in India.

Globally, almost 522M of us may be living with diabetes by 2030 with India accounting for a major portion.

We can reduce the incidence of diabetes. Being aware and controlling the risk factors is the key.

Healthy lifestyles could prevent up to 80% of type 2 diabetes. Follow these simple steps to reduce your risk.

Manage Weight

Exercise Regularly

Check for Family History

Manage Blood Pressure

We can reduce the incidence of diabetes. Being aware and controlling the risk factors is the key.

Healthy lifestyles could prevent up to 80% of type 2 diabetes. Follow these simple steps to reduce your risk.

Manage Weight

Exercise Regularly

Check for Family History

Manage Blood Pressure

Diabetes can be silent. Would you know the warning signs of diabetes?

Notice these signs well to take control on diabetes

Excessive Thirst

Frequent Urination

Lack of Energy

Blurred Vision

Slow Healing Wounds

Numbness in Feet and Hands

Diabetes can be silent. Would you know the warning signs of diabetes?

Notice these signs well to take control on diabetes

Excessive Thirst

Frequent Urination

Lack of Energy

Blurred Vision

Slow Healing Wounds

Numbness in Feet and Hands

Diabetes, a lifestyle without a choice

Living with diabetes can be challenging. everyone must know the
4 steps to manage diabetes & take control of life

Daily Treatment and Regular Doctor Visits

Regular Monitoring

Ongoing Education

Diabetes, a lifestyle without a choice

Living with diabetes can be challenging. everyone must know the
4 steps to manage diabetes & take control of life

Daily Treatment and Regular Doctor Visits

Regular Monitoring

Ongoing Education

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