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How to reduce the risk of diabetes?

One of the key exercises for controlling blood sugar is regular and regular walking. Many health advocates, as well as fitness planners, believe that people need to walk 7,000 steps to achieve daily health goals. This is about 8 kilometers. Doing this amount of walking a day can be achieved in a number of ways and helps to better manage or prevent type 2 diabetes. You do not need to strain the aerobic or muscle organs on the walk, and You can continue your hike without the fluctuations of intensity and intensity

Improves mood and separation from stress: Controlling your Type 1 diabetes can be a stressful and difficult way. In the meantime, doing breathing exercises such as walking increases the release of endorphins, which is a hormone associated with feeling good, increases mood and relieves stress. In addition, people with diabetes are more at risk of getting upset and depressed, and being active can be a good way to take care of their mental health.

Good sleep:One of the ways to control type 2 diabetes is to adjust the amount of sleep you have, if you have a good amount of sleep, you can easily prevent diabetes problems.

Better blood sugar control:People with type 2 diabetes have high blood sugar levels and exercise such as walking uses blood sugar as energy just like a car that uses gasoline as fuel. Regular exercise can also improve hemoglobin A1C levels and improve blood sugar control.


Eating or not eating antibiotics is the issue!

You might say that antibiotics don’t do any harm if they don’t, so why not take them? Not at all. Antibiotics put extra burden on your digestive system, liver and kidney. They can kill beneficial bacteria in the body and cause disease. In addition, bacterial resistance is caused by indiscriminate use of antibiotics, causing the bacteria to become resistant to existing antibiotics and no longer having any effect on them.

Digestive problems

Gastrointestinal problems, such as nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea, are one of the most common complaints of patients taking antibiotics. There are conditions called antibiotic-associated diarrhea and patients are told to pay attention. Consuming plenty of fluids and avoiding foods high in fiber may help to control these conditions until the drug is over.