Beauty of life

Life is never easy or goes as you like. Sometime full of joy and sometimes give you better taste of surroundings. As a child you leave without think and worry about your future. Youngsters live with new hope and inspiration; they are always full of energy and dream.

This world is not easy but if you found your way than you will be happiest one in the world.

 

This is not a story but some time thinking what to write and how the way of life move in this highly intolerance world.

Go with the flow is the right way with your own ideology and thinking.

Diabetes recovery Planning:

Diabetes recovery Planning:

1. Type 2 Diabetes Diet:  Make a diabetes meal plan with help from your health care team. Choose foods that are lower in calories, saturated fat, trans fat, sugar, and salt. Eat foods with more fiber, such as whole grain cereals, breads, crackers, rice, or pasta. Choose foods such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, bread and cereals, and low-fat or skim milk and cheese. Type 2 diabetes diet that is rich in fiber helps in slow absorption of sugar. This in turn helps to prevent postprandial blood sugar spikes.

2. Meal plans: In order to count carbohydrates, you must begin by knowing your meal plan and the average carbohydrate values of the food groups.

Food Amount Carbohydrate Grams
1% fat milk 1 cup 12
Bran Chex 2/3 cup 23
Frosted Flakes 3/4 cup 26
Raisin Bran 3/4 cup 28
bread/toast 1 slice 15
sugar. white table 1 teaspoon 4
pancakes – 4 inches 2 15
low-fat granola 1/2 cup 30
yogurt, fruited 1 cup 40
yogurt, fruit with NutraSweet fruit juice 1 cup 19
fruit juice 1/2 cup 15
banana 1/2 15
pancake syrup 2 tablespoons 30
light pancake sugar free syrup 2 tablespoons 4
Sample Breakfast One
Food Carbohydrate Grams
Fruit yogurt (with NutraSweet) 19
Cinnamon-sugar toast – 1 slice with 1 teaspoon sugar and one teaspoon margarine 19
Milk, 1/2 cup 6
Carbohydrate total = 44

3. Exercise: Although physical activity (PA) is a key element in the prevention and management of type 2 diabetes, many with this chronic disease do not become or remain regularly active. High-quality studies establishing the importance of exercise and fitness in diabetes were lacking until recently, but it is now well established that participation in regular PA improves blood glucose control and can prevent or delay type2 diabetes, along with positively affecting lipids, blood pressure, cardiovascular events, mortality, and quality of life.

4.  Weight Management: Being overweight is the number one risk factor for type 2 diabetes. Even modest weight loss can help prevent type 2 diabetes from developing.

5.  Improving Sleep: Some research suggests that not getting enough sleep may impair insulin use and increase the risk for obesity. More research is needed, but it is always wise to improve sleep habits.

6. Water: Water is an essential part of dietary management of diabetes! Dehydration can and does worsen diabetic control. Approximately 75% of our body weight is water and water makes up over 80% of our brain and 90% of our blood. Water affects every major function in our body including regulating our body temperature, cushioning our joints, controlling the metabolic rate of our biochemical reactions (e.g., fat burning, digestion, and blood sugar regulation), transportation of nutrients and oxygen to our cells, and the removal of the body’s wastes.

In a study of 3,615 men and women with normal blood sugar levels at the start of the study, those who reported that they drank more than 34 ounces of water a day were 21% less likely to develop hyperglycemia over the next nine years than those who said they drank 16 ounces or less daily.

7. Vitamins and Minerals: Depending on the type of treatment regimen you use to control your diabetes, there are some vitamins and minerals that may be beneficial for your condition. ALA (alpha-lipoic acid), GLA (gamma-lipoic acid), Biotin, Carnitine (L-Carnitine, Acetyl L-Carnitine), Chromium, Coenzyme Q10, Inositol, Manganese, Magnesium, Niacin, Potassium, Taurine, Vanadium, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Zinc etc.

8. Medication’s Role in Diabetes Prevention: There are several different studies that show that various types of diabetes drugs, along with a healthy lifestyle, can reduce the risk of developing diabetes in a high-risk person.

Patient friendly definition of medical term

Patient friendly definition of medical term; in this I like to help the patient to find out the simple definition of medical term used by medical professionals. Most of medical terms are very difficult to understand by the patient and medical practitioners also use the medical terminology in prescription.
Here I posted medical terms used by medical practitioners in very simple. My aim to help those people who are enable understand medical terminology or misguide by terms used by medical practitioners and fill difficulty in fulfilling their actual medical requirement.

It is very important that patient will learn exactly what the problem he has and what the medical option for him.
Patient friendly definition of medical term is very useful for who has little or no medical knowledge.

With best wishes
Maheshdan

Patient friendly definition of medical term; in this I like to help the patient to find out the simple definition of medical term used by medical professionals. Most of medical terms are very difficult to understand by the patient and medical practitioners also use the medical terminology in prescription.
Here I posted medical terms used by medical practitioners in very simple. My aim to help those people who are enable understand medical terminology or misguide by terms used by medical practitioners and fill difficulty in fulfilling their actual medical requirement.

It is very important that patient will learn exactly what the problem he has and what the medical option for him.
Patient friendly definition of medical term is very useful for who has little or no medical knowledge.

With best wishes
Maheshdan

Medical term – Abdomen

Medical term Patient friendly definition of medical term
Abdomen – swollen Abdomen – swollen
Abdomen Crushing Stomach felt like it was being crushed
Abdomen Scan Abdomen scan
Abdominal Abscess Collection of pus in abdomen
Abdominal Adhesions Inflammation of abdomen
Abdominal aortic aneurysm A balloon-like swelling in the wall of the aorta within the abdomen
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Haemorrhage Enlargement of the lower part of the aorta with bleeding
Abdominal Aortic Bruit Noise heard over the abdomen hear with a stethoscope
Abdominal birth Abdominal birth
Abdominal bloating Feeling of tightness around abdomen
Abdominal Bruit Noise heard over the abdomen hear with a stethoscope
Abdominal Cavity Drainage Abdominal fluid removal
Abdominal Compartment Syndrome Increased pressure in abdomen
Abdominal cramps Abdominal cramps
Abdominal Discomfort Abdominal discomfort
Abdominal Distension Abdominal distension
Abdominal distress Discomfort in the abdomen.
Abdominal Exploration Surgery to examine the contents of the abdomen
Abdominal fullness prematurely after meals Abdominal fullness prematurely after meals
Abdominal girth The waist is the part of the abdomen between the rib cage and hips.
Abdominal Haematoma Collection of blood within the abdominal wall musculature
Abdominal Hernia Abdominal hernia
Abdominal Hernia Gangrenous Abdominal hernia lead to tissue death
Abdominal Hernia Obstructive A rupture or hernia in the lumbar regions causing a blockage
Abdominal Hernia Repair Abdominal hernia repair
Abdominal Infection Abdominal infection
Abdominal Injury Abdominal injury
Abdominal Mass Localized enlargement or swelling in the human abdomen
Abdominal Neoplasm Cancer of the stomach
Abdominal Obesity Abdominal obesity
Abdominal Pain Abdominal pain
Abdominal Pain Aggravated Abdominal pain irritable
Abdominal Pain Lower Abdominal pain lower
Abdominal Pain Upper Abdominal pain upper
Abdominal pregnancy Developing embryo or fetus out of uterus
Abdominal Rebound Tenderness Abdominal rebound tenderness
Abdominal Sepsis Abdominal infection
Abdominal sounds Abdominal sounds
Abdominal Strangulated Hernia Abdominal blood supply damaged  hernia
Abdominal Tenderness Abdominal tenderness
Abdominal Wall Abscess Abdominal wall infection
Abdominal Wall Anomaly Abdominal wall defect
Abdominal Wall Cyst Abnormal membranous sac containing a gaseous, liquid, or semisolid substance  on abdominal wall
Abdominal wall defects Abdominal wall defects
Abdominal Wall Disorder Abdominal wall disorder
Abdominal Wall Haematoma Abdominal wall blood clotting
Abdominal Wall Haemorrhage Bleeding from injured abdominal organs
Abdominal Wall Infection Abdominal wall infection
Abdominal Wall Mass Abdominal wall mass
Abdominal Wall Neoplasm Soft tissue tumors of the abdominal wall
Abdominal Wall Neoplasm Malignant Cancer of abdominal wall
Abdominal Wound Dehiscence Abdominal wound ruptures