How to fit Diabetes Around your Life

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Diabetes Mellitus, commonly known as Diabetes, is a metabolic disorder that causes high blood sugar. The hormone, insulin, coverts our blood sugar for energy storage. With diabetes, your body can’t produce enough insulin (type-1) or the insulin produced is ineffective (type- 2)

People who have this ailment realize how stressful diabetes can be. Living with diabetes and fitting your life around it is something that takes staunch dedication. To learn how to effectively manage diabetes to live a healthy life, we invited Dr. Atif Munir, a leading endocrinologist in Lahore.

While there is no cure for diabetes, Dr. Atif suggests knowing your condition and its risk factors is the first step towards living with diabetes. Risk factors such as obesity, use of steroids and lifestyle can greatly increase the risk of one developing type- 2 diabetes. Where some factors such as age and genetics are unalterable, we do have control over our physical health in relation to weight, daily activity, and diet.

Moreover, he also advised on the importance of certain lifestyle modifications such as eating a balanced diet and exercising routinely. Please watch the full video to learn how to live a happy and wholesome life with diabetes.

If you or your loved ones have trouble managing diabetes, we strongly advise taking medical advice without any delay. At oladoc, we are committed to serve the community and connect them with the best specialists needed. Here, you can find and book an appointment with the top endocrinologists in Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad. You can book appointments via website, mobile app or by calling our helpline at 042 3890 0939. We’re here to keep you active and healthy!

Disclaimer: The contents of this article are intended to raise awareness about common health issues and should not be viewed as sound medical advice for your specific condition. You should always consult with a licensed medical practitioner prior to following any suggestions outlined in this article or adopting any treatment protocol based on the contents of this article.