Healthy Lifestyle to Prevent Diabetes
After one day’s heavy work, the middle-aged often have dinner late. People often eat fast food for breakfast and lunch, so dinner has become the most important meal of the day. Therefore, many people eat too much for dinner and the meal is always to fatty. Besides, they will go to sleep soon after that. Long time like this will cause many problems and even Diabetes.
The major lifestyle alterations usually advised in persons are:
*Relief of stress by relaxation exercises or yoga.
*Increased physical activity. When you exercise, your muscles use sugar (glucose) for energy. Regular physical activity also improves your body's response to insulin. These factors work together to lower your blood sugar level. The more strenuous your workout, the longer the effect lasts. But even light activities — such as housework, gardening or being on your feet for extended periods — can lower your blood sugar level.
*Stop smoking and tobacco consumption in any form.
*Stop alcohol consumption or limiting it to small quantities.
*Eating at regular intervals, and in proper quantities and composition that ensures a balanced intake of all nutrients. Your blood sugar level is highest an hour or two after you eat, and then begins to fall. But this predictable pattern can work to your advantage. Simply eating about the same amount of food at about the same time every day. Carbohydrates have a bigger effect on your blood sugar level than does protein or fat. Eating about the same amount of carbohydrates at each meal or snack will help keep your blood sugar level steady throughout the day.
*Reduce intake of saturated fats and simple sugars.
*Weight reduction if you are overweight.
We suggest people at high risk of Diabetes test blood sugar, urine sugar and blood fat so as to detect the disease earlier and receive treatment in time.
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