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Diabities & Drugs - See Video.

Updated on February 23, 2013
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A qualified Textile Post Diploma Graduate and Ex.M D of a Textile Mill.

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The Human Body.

The Human Body.
The Human Body.

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My mother was a diabetic and that was over 45 years back.However even than after I reached 40 I was getting my Blood tested for Blood Sugar and it was like that for over 10 years.My Doctor who was a Doctor for all the employees was my only affordable and reliable Doctor to me.

I do know the place where I had the UTI and that was the only place on my road I was traveling and was never bothered on getting UTI.I did not know that I had UTI.

I was working as a CEO of a Textile Mill managed or better to say yet as mismanaged by those bureaucrats the I A S better yet expanded as I Am Stupid officers who managed 111 textile mills all over India sitting in their A/C Rooms as big as a House and trying to run mills that were thousands of miles away.To please those it was a Head Ach and it was do or die job.Getting done such a thing as to please stupids did take my health.What I try to say is that as CEO getting New Year Diaries was a routine affair.One such diary that I had kept had information as to how the CEO's could keep good health was to test my Urine if my frequency was high.It was high and there was a stupid doctor to do the test and say I was a Type 2 diabetic.

I was scared to death on hearing the news from my stupid doctor who was laughing when he told me.I felt like knifing him then and there but that was a thought not for action but high fear of the deadly diease that could spoil your life all the way to the grave.

The days went and years after year the fear is controlling my health and fitness.My only consolation was that my friend who was much senior to me had been on it for over 25 years and he looked normal.

The problem is not the disease but the diet that we consume and neglet the body parts that has to work but we keep it idle or make the parts that are working to work more.

The other head ach is the Doctors who keep changing the Drugs to suit there Pharma agents who feed them with information that they buy it free and get paid for buying.They give CD's which the Doctors show it to there patients.The CD says anything that makes the viewer to belive what he sees and do not see what he has to.The Doctors book shelf will be full of big books that may weigh 5 Kgs.

The TV media has special talk to your doctor on line shows that helps the doctor better than those that take part in the show.There will be free medical check up's by Pharma agents which helps the Pharma distributors better than people who take part in these free medical check ups.

You worry and keep yourself so fit that the others who are non diabitic die earlier than people of your age.Your Diet and Drugs as also exercise becomes a must and priority.You don't drink,you take food so regular that your wife feels you are better dead than living the way you got to go through.

Drugs for Diabetes:-(1).Actos. is a prescription drug used in the management of type 2 diabetes. Along with healthy eating and physical activity, it aids the body make more effective use of its own natural insulin or other insulin supplements by improving sensitivity to insulin and improving glycemic control while reducing circulating insulin levels.

(2)Glucophage. is an oral anti-diabetic drug used for the treatment of type 2 diabetes, particularly in overweight and obese people. Glucophage is the only anti-diabetic drug that has been proven to protect against the cardiovascular

(3)Avandamet. is an oral anti-diabetic drug used to control blood sugar levels in patients with type 2 diabetes. Avandamet combines two sugar- (glucose) lowering medicines, rosiglitazone and metformin, which work together to help control your blood sugar, in one tablet. complications of diabetes

(4)Avandia. belongs to a group of drugs that lower high blood sugar levels (anti-diabetic) called thiazolidinediones.

Avandia is used in the treatment of Type 2 diabetes (non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus).

It may be used in patients inadequately controlled by diet and exercise and in combination with sulphonylureas and metformin (other blood glucose lowering agents) or insulin to improve blood glucose levels.

Avandia may be used alone or with other diabetes medicines.

Avandia can help your body respond better to insulin made in your body.

Avandia works differently than some other diabetes medicines. It does not cause your body to make more insulin. Instead, Avandia helps your body use its own natural insulin better for improved blood sugar control.

Since 2002, Avandia has been used by nearly 5 million people with type 2 diabetes. It is the most studied medicine for type 2 diabetes.

(5)Glyburide. (generic name: glibenclamide; brand names include: Diabeta / Glynase / Micronase / Daonil / Semi-Daonil / Euglucon / Gliben) belongs to a group of medicines known as sulfonylureas

(6)Glucotrol. is an oral medium-to-long acting anti-diabetic drug from the sulfonylurea class. It is effective for the treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus and works by increasing natural insulin release from the cells.

(7)Diabecon. is a himalayan herbal medication. It is useful in patients with non-insulin dependent (type 2) diabetes and can be used as either monotherapy or in combination with other antidiabetic medicines. It can also be used in patients with insulin-dependent (type 1) diabetes as an additional therapy along with other medications.

(8)Januvia. is an anti-diabetic medicine that works differently from other medicines to lower blood sugar in 2 ways. It is a once-daily prescription pill that, as part of your type 2 diabetes treatment plan, helps your body increase the insulin made in your pancreas and decrease the sugar made in your liver.

(9)Starlix. (generic name: Nateglinide; brand names include: Fastic / Glinate / Glunat / Starsis / Trazec) belongs to a group of medicines called antidiabetic agents.

Starlix is used for the treatment of type 2 diabetes (also known as non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM) or adult-onset diabetes).

Starlix is taken right before a meal to help reduce mealtime glucose spikes. Starlix helps your body release insulin early, right at the start of a meal, when your body really needs it.

Starlix can be taken either alone or in addition to other type 2 diabetes medications: metformin (also known as Glucophage) or a class of drugs called thiazolidinedAmaryl (generic name: glimepiride; brand names include: Diapride / Amyline / Euglim) is an oral anti-diabetic medicine of the sulfonylurea class.

(10)Amaryl. is used in the treatment of type 2 diabetes to lower blood glucose in people whose blood glucose cannot be controlled by diet and exercise only.

Amaryl may be used alone or in combination with other anti-diabetic drugs.

For the better control of blood glucose, anti-diabetic drugs should always be used along with proper diet and exercises.iones, also called glitazones or TZDs.


Tell your doctor before taking ANY OF THE LISTED MEDICINES.


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