Diabesity is a condition characterised by prevalence of type 2 diabetes, obesity, hyperglycaemia, insulin resistance and related complications. This disease has fast assumed epidemic proportions in the world, especially in Europe as it accounts for 8 per cent of total expenditure related to health. The problem in the treatment of the disease is that the pharmacological and dieting interventions are not effective in treating this condition.
According to general physician, Dr. Monica Goel, it is important to take steps for avoiding the occurrence of diabesity. This is because not only the condition being a health problem in itself, but it can also lead to other diseases such as arthritis, sleep apnea, osteoporosis, arthritis or a vascular disease.
Dr. Goel has recommended some healthy eating habits and exercises as ways to avoid diabesity.
Exercising with a positive frame of mind with good exposure to sunlight is also very effective in preventing the onset of diabesity.
With the most abnormal lifestyles now being considered as part and parcel of professional aptitude, it puts increasing stress on an individual’s health which is accentuated by poor nutrition. Being busy with work from 7 am to 9 pm, living all by yourself and having pizzas and burgers for lunch and dinner takes a heavy toll on your health. Not to mention the worst work-related lifestyle change – working during night while sleeping during daytime. This leads to diabesity.
Thus, it is important that you take special care of your health if you depend on a job which requires you to change the natural rhythm of sleeping hours. The more tips of preventing diabesity you follow, the better your chances of avoiding diabesity and its complications, if you happen to be a patient already.
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