How to prevent diabetes? It is now a common question all around the world. If you live in a town you may get some medical facility than the peoples who live in the village. I am focusing about the condition of developing countries though diabetes patients are most seen in the town not only in the developing but also in the highly developed countries like USA, UK, Australia etc. In this article I am going to discuss how to prevent diabetes. Making a few simple changes in your lifestyle now may help you avoid the serious health complications of diabetes. Here are some tips to help you reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes.
- Exercise regularly
- Check your risk of diabetes
- Quit smoking.
- Manage your weight
- Eat a balanced, healthy diet.
- Reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease
- Limit takeaway and processed foods
- Control your blood pressure
- Meet your doctor regularly.
Exercise regularly:- Exercise helps you to keep your body healthy. If do exercise regularly not only the diabetes but also other diseases will not attract you easily. So give at least two hours for exercise.
Check your risk of diabetes:- if you cross 40 years age you need to check the risk of diabetes. Don’t neglect this at all.
Quit smoking:- Smoking is the mother of some fatal diseases. It also boosts your life towards diabetes. So avoid smoking and if you are addicted with it tries to remove this habit as soon as possible.
Manage your weight:- Do not grow you body with extra weight. If you are facing weight or obesity problem please do not hesitate to reduce extra body weight. There are many home remedies to help you reducing obesity. We have some Articles about this topic. You can follow our suggestions.
Eat a healthy & balanced diet:- About all kinds of junk or first foods. Because, first foods are responsible to boost extra body weight. Such kinds of foods are also responsible for some fatal disease related to kidney and stomach.
Reduce the risk of heart disease:- if you have any suspicion about your heart does not hesitate to check as soon as possible. Cardiovascular disease and Diabetes have many risk factors in common, including physical inactivity and obesity.
Control blood pressure:- check your blood pressure in a regular interval. If you high blood pressure problem you need to control it anyway. Most people can do this with regular exercise, by keeping a healthy weight and a balanced diet.
Meet your doctor regularly:- you need to meet your family doctor and discuss about your health regularly.