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Wednesday, 27 June 2018


               Sugar: A sweet poison ?

Human beings are naturally attracted to sweet things  i.e, your favorite cake, chocolate, fruit juice or any sweet substance that catches your fancy. As you already know that too much sugar is not good for your health..

Source of Sugar
Sugary drinks (fanta,coca cola), baked foods (cakes), dairy products (yoghurt, ice cream) are the main sources of sugar, even foods like bread, yam, rice, tomato sauce also have sugar in them making it very easy for have to have excess of sugar in our body.

So As short and sweet way how SUGAR can affect our body there are as below
1. Sugar affects your teeth; you probably thought your parents hated you when you were younger for telling you not to eat sweets, but they where right. Sweets, candy can rot your teeth this happens by bacteria eating remnant of sweet foods in your mouth thereby causing cavities and rots

2. Sugar affects your joints; if you have joint pain, here’s more reason to stop eating sweets, candy or sugary foods. Eating lots of sugar has been shown to worsen joint pain because of the inflammation they cause in the body, studies has also shown that sugar consumption can increase risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis.

3. Sugar affects your skin; this is another side effect of inflammation, it makes your skin age faster. Sugar attaches to proteins in your bloodstream and creates harmful molecules called “AGES” or advanced glycation end products. These molecules do exactly what they sound like they age the skin by damaging collagen and elastin fibres in your skin. Protein fibres that keep your skin firm and youthful. The result of this damage is wrinkles and saggy skin.

4.  Sugar affects your liver; an abundance of sugar may cause the liver to become resistant to insulin an important hormone that regulates blood sugar in the blood stream. This means your body won’t be able to control sugar level leading to diabetes.

5. Sugar affects the heart;  when you eat excess sugar the body tries regulating it by secreting insulin. Extra insulin in the blood stream can affect your arteries which is part of the circulatory system. Sugar causes the walls if the arteries to grow faster and get very tense which can add stress to the heart and damage it over time, this can lead to heart diseases, heart attacks ,strokes. Research also shows that eating less sugar can help lower blood pressure.

6. Sugar affects your kidney; if you have diabetes too much sugar can lead to kidney damage. The kidneys play an important role in filtering your blood sugar. Once blood sugar level reaches a certain amount, the kidney starts to let excess sugar into your urine. If left uncontrolled diabetes can damage your kidney which prevent them from doing there job in filtering waste in the blood. This can lead to kidney failure.

7. Eating sugar leads to addiction; like many abusive drugs, sugar causes a release of dopamine in the reward centre of the brain. The problem with sugar and many junk food is that they can cause massive dopamine release much more than we were ever exposed to from food found in nature. For this reason, people with susceptibility to addiction can become highly addicted to sugar and other junk foods. The ” everything in moderation ” message may be a bad idea for people who are addicted to junk food, because the only thing that works for true addiction is abstinence.

Tuesday, 26 June 2018

The monsoon health tips

as you know in India monsoon will set there clouds all over the region so in rainy season as you know this is romantic season but beside that there is also  a lots of  decease are spread widely so there are some tips to stay healthy in India

The monsoon  in India is a refreshing time, as rain brings welcome respite from the grueling heat. However, staying healthy requires particular care to be taken.
The rain and water lying around makes it easy for mosquitoes to breed and increases the risk of mosquito transmitted infections, such as malaria and dengue fever. Viral infections are also common. In addition, the high humidity can contribute to numerous skin diseases and fungal infections.
Chronic skin conditions such as eczema, acne and psoriasis tend to worsen during the monsoon season. The climate is also ideal for fungus to thrive.

Tips for Staying Healthy During the Monsoon in India

  1. If you’re fond of street food, the rainy season isn’t the time to indulge. Pollution of water and raw vegetables is very common during the monsoon. You can easily fall ill from contaminants.
  2. Apply a strong insect repellent to keep mosquitoes away and prevent getting bitten. It's also a good idea to take anti-malarial drugs during this time of year, as malaria is at its most prevalent.
  3. Where possible, try to avoid walking through dirty water. Besides leptospirosis, it can lead to numerous fungal infections of the feet and nails.
  4. Also avoid walking where water is lying on the road, as traffic will drive by and spray it all over you.
  5. Dry your feet whenever they get wet. Don't continue to wear wet socks or wet shoes!
  6. If you get drenched in the rain, add three caps of disinfectant Betadine to a bath to avoid skin problems.
  7. Keep your skin clean by bathing twice a day. The humidity can cause a buildup of sweat and dirt, along with other toxins, on the surface of the skin. 
  8. Avoid colds and coughs by keeping your body warm and dry
  9. Don’t enter air conditioned rooms with wet hair and damp clothes.
  10. Avoid wearing tight clothing or clothing made out of synthetic fabric. Stick to pure cotton or linen.
  11. Use anti-fungal talc to prevent accumulation of sweat and moisture in skin folds. If prone to fungal infections, use a medicated powder such as Mycoderm.
  12. If you suffer from asthma or diabetes, avoid staying anywhere with damp walls. It promotes the growth of fungus and can be especially harmful.
  13. Drink lots of warming herbal teas, especially those with antibacterial properties.
  14. Take Vitamin C to boost your immune system and help fight off infections.
  15. Children's skin is particularly vulnerable during the monsoon season. Impetigo is a contagious skin infection that causes red sores that can break open, ooze fluid, and develop a crust. The sores usually appear around the mount and nose. Scabies, from mites, is also common during the monsoon and produces itchy skin. It's important to visit a dermatologist to get these conditions treated before they spread.
                                                                                           Dr. Amin I Bayad

Sunday, 24 June 2018

1st blog

hey My self Dr. Amin Bayad ((Homeopath)

so in this blog you can get information regarding health , immunity and many more health related topic

before getting to point i want to introduce my self I am Dr Amin Haji Ismail Bayad basically from Anjar Kutch Gujarat India

I studied Homoeopathy from Godhra At Shamalaji homoapathic medical college

now days i practicing in anjar as GP since 3 years

so as Physician i want to improve healthy hygienic life style to every one so because   of that we can improve our standard of living

so in our next blog you can find some common health related tips for monsoon season as you know the monsoon is arrived in India