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My husband is recently diagnosed with diabetes and his pre food level is 240 and post is 410. He is under medication. My question is...is it dangerous? Can it be controlled with medication and modification in lifestyle?
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It's in a higher side so if won't be controlled It will effect his internal organs . So consultant Doctor ..
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pls start these things in this daliy activities 1.have walk aleast 30 min 2. take a juice which contains giloya haridra methika jumbo kerala empty stomach in mrg n evening 1 hour before meal 3. take small meal a break of 3 hours 4.shilajeet 2 tab
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pls avoid 1. white sugar 2. wheat 3. highly reach carbohydrates 4. fast foods
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It is quite high and needs to be brought down soon. It can be controlled with dietary changes, lifestyle modifications and medicines.
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The sugar levels are very high. Whether it can be controlled with medicines depends on what medicines is he currently on. You should consult a diabetologist ASAP
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