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Ritu Parkar answered Srini Vasan's question

Here are the tips to reduce blood sugar levels naturally:

1. Regular exercise

2. Maintain healthy weight

3. Don’t forget your breakfast

4. Eat high fiber food and lower carb intake

5. Avoid stress

6. Stay hydrated

7. Take a complete sleep

8. Monitor your blood sugar level with regular medical checkup

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Liver plays an important role in metabolism which means liver breakdown the fat and convert it into energy. But if this process doesn’t  takes place properly then these fats gets accumulated on the liver  & the liver becomes fatty. There are many types of fatty liver diseases. Unhealthy lifestyle like alcohol consumption, … Read more

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Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in women. When the cells present in the blood starts growing uncontrollably which later on turns into breast cancer. Breast cancer may cause due to high age, family history, breastfeeding, birth controlling pills etc.

Here are some common signs of breast cancer … Read more

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Ritu Parkar answered

High blood pressure is also known as silent killer & also referred as hypertension. Initially high blood pressure does not show any symptoms but at certain levels people might be exeprience with following symptoms:

1. Chest Pain

2. Dizziness

3. Headache

4. Difficulty while breathing

5. Blurred vision

6. Nose bleeding

Impact of blood pressure can be avoided if … Read more

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Ritu Parkar answered

If you are worried about high blood sugar level then you should  know the correct signs of high blood sugar level. By identifying  diabetes on time you will surely get treated early.  Here are the signs for diabetes:

1. Frequent thirst

2. Excessive urination, specially at night

3. Blurred vision

4. Hunger

5. Wounds which will not heal … Read more

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When unnecessary fats accumulated on liver then it causes fatty liver diseases. This lead to fatty liver diseases & hence it is necessary to manage this condition. Here are the tips:

  • Maintain healthy weight
  • Monitor blood sugar levels
  • Control on diabetes
  • Quit alcohol
  • Check if you are taking medicines which are harmful for the  liver.
  • Focus on healthy eating … Read more
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Ritu Parkar answered

When we consume fat rich food then the fats in the body broken down by liver. When this process becomes abnormal the fats get gathered in liver and the liver becomes fatty. Fatty liver causes due to unhealthy diet, alcohol consumption, diabetes, lack of exercise etc.

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Ritu Parkar answered Nhi Yen's question

Being obsessed can invite to various diseases. Hence being healthy by maintaining good weight is important. Instead of going through various medication I will suggest you to go through natural tips to loose weight which will be helpful for maintaining weight as well as good health.

1. Keep track on you diet like … Read more

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Ritu Parkar answered Rachel Skinner's question

Yes..!

smoking can increase the risk of heart disease.

  • It affects the vessels that supply blood to your heart and other parts of your body. It also reduces the amount of oxygen in your blood and damages blood vessel walls severely.
  • Smokers not only have more heart attacks, strokes, and angina than non-smokers but also at a much … Read more
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Cancer is the leading disease all over the world. All those medical science have made great progress in the biology of cancer cells, and they have already been able to improve the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. But instead of just waiting for a new discovery for cancer prevention, you can do a lot to … Read more