Regular Health Ckeckup Benefits

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Hi Good Evening All..

Today we have discuss about, what is Diabetic Health Checkup.

Nowadays diabetes is a common health problem in our society. It can damage any part of the body except hair, nail and teeth. Diabetes also remains as an excellent basement to promote many diseases, for example, heart diseases, stroke, blindness, kidney failure, etc. One cannot realize, when diabetes had entered their body and where all it had made the damages. Want to know the Diabetic level in your body, you should gor for regular Health Checkup. Regular health check-ups are important to maintain the good health. Find the health problems in an early stage with the help of regular health checkups.

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    Anyone who is Diabetic should be seeing their Endocronolgist every 3 or so months as it is for regular A1C checks and to ajust medication/diet as necessary and to maintain as healthy a lifestyle in general as is possible to do so regardless of if they are T1s or T2s. 

    Even those who are on the Pre side of things need to have at least yearly checks of their A1C to make sure that they are still Pre - better yet biannual checks (but most balk at that option), combined with being more aware of what they are doing with their body (eating and workingout). 

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      Hi Good Evening..

      Health Check-ups is very important as they help you understand your body better and identify any major disorders in the early stage.

      Almost all the people are worried about the rising cost of health care. Busy lifestyle forces them to make medical test on the back burner.  It is true that, regular medical test will make you benefit in various ways. According to health experts, it is very important to check your health conditions like blood pressure, sugar level, BMI and various other factors those are playing a critical role live a healthy life.

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    Hi venkat sai,

    I appreciate that you're trying to get people to arrange medical checkups, particularly surrounding diabetes, but I'm afraid that what you've written is NOT exactly true.

    Diabetes does NOT enter the body, it develops inside the body.

    Diabetes CAN and DOES affect hair and teeth.  Hairloss can occur due to continued higher than 'normal' blood sugar (glucose) levels and the development of a complication called neuropathy (nerve-ending damage) and impaired blood circulation, and teeth can be affected by periodontal disease.

    Your comments, however, about having regular health checkups, is magnanimous.

    I wish you well, venkat sai.

    Lots of Love and Light.

     Mick

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    P.S. Please don't be offended, or alarmed, at the 'x's'.  It's merely a logo, of sorts, that I've used for about the last 40 years.

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      Hello Micksmixxx, Thanks sharing your valuable comments on diabetic health checkup. I have one best friend his name is Ravi. He is suffering from diabetes in the young age and got to know after visiting one of the Diagnostics center near to his home. I think Aruna Diagnostics. So, early stage of Diagnostics is the safe way to treat the problem.
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      Dear venkat sai,

      Thank you for your response.

      I agree with you 100%, my friend, that early diagnosis AND follow up health checks are extremely important for someone with diabetes.

      Hopefully, your friend Ravi is undergoing follow up checks, including blood glucose checking ... random, fasting, HbA1c (this gives a result based on the previous 3 months of what the person's 'average' blood glucose level has been like ...  sort of long-term view of how well the blood glucose levels are being controlled); weight check; skin condition checks; sight checks (this one is extremely important and should be carried out at least annually, sometimes more if changes have been noted)); blood pressure checks; kidney function tests; sensory impairment checks (neuropathy or nerve-ending damage is one of the complicatiions that can 'creep up on you', so you MAY not notice anything is wrong at all until it's quite advanced); dental checks (periodontal disease is one of the complications that often gets 'overlooked' but it CAN have a big impact on blood glucose control, and is MOST LIKELY an offender when it comes to diabetics suffering heart problems).

      I wish both yourself and your friend, the very best of luck for a long, happy, healthy, and prosperous future.

      Lots of Love and Light.

       Mick

      x x x x

       x x x

      P.S. Please don't be offended, or alarmed, at the 'x's'.  It's merely a logo, of sorts, that I've used for about 40 years now.

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