HomeDiabetesDiabetes Book 3.1- Sulfonylureas. 1st generation medicine- Telugu
Diabetes Book 3.1- Sulfonylureas. 1st generation medicine- Telugu
This book is one of the series of books on latest medications in relation to high blood sugar and diabetes.
Diabetes is so common and for the same reason there has been huge research in management and treatment of diabetes.
It is simple economics for research drug companies as diabetes is so common. If they make a new medicine, it will make the company very rich.
While drug companies are making new medications may be very rich, but it will keep us very healthy.
If our blood sugar is becoming higher, we can delay diabetes and complications by 30 years if we start management early.
This book introduces us to the new generation of sulfonylureas which help our body to increase the amount of insulin available to us.
Same description applies to book 3.1 diabetes also. We have just seen the number of the book. This book tells you about first generation sulfonylureas which is a group of medicines which helps our body to release and make available more insulin.
Diabetes or high blood sugar today has become as common issue in every family life.
Without even realizing we can manage diabetes, if we accept it easily.
There is a phase between our normal blood sugar and prediabetes. So, during prediabetes if we start medications along with diet management and increase level of activity, we can really delay any complications for 30 to 40 years.
Whenever we think of diabetes, kidney failure and insulin are two factors.
Kidney failure is not the only thing. We can become blind or have heart attack.
We can lose sensations in our feet leading to amputation of our legs.
Everybody knows diabetes because it is so common, every drug company is making medicines and now there are 13 groups of excellent medications available and together they can really keep us very healthy.
Last but not the least, we really have to connect with our doctor and a dietitian and seek counseling.
You will feel good, healthy & have no symptoms for long and will be very tempting not to take any medications but it is going to cost money too, especially in India.
If you want to ignore the reality, it is not going to go away.