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Near Shifa Medicals,Opp Govt Hospital
Tirur

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Pan Bazaar,Tirur
Tirur

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Below Canara Bank,Faruziya Complex BP Angadi
Tirur

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Basic Diabetes This program is meant for patients with diabetes on Oral Anti Diabetic (OAD) medicines. In this program, the patient can report blood sugar, insulin doses, dietary changes, blood pressure, lipid profile and weight readings.
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Cholesterol Once in 3 months Only one response per month
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Blood Sugar Fasting and post-meal blood sugars to be reported at least once a week Only two response per month
Food Once a month or if any change responsible for low or high sugars Only one response per month
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Intensive Diabetes Monitoring The intensive diabetes program is meant for Type 1/Type 2 diabetes patients who require intensive monitoring. This is ideal for patients who are diabetic and require high levels of monitoring due to infections, Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Surgery (CABG) etc
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Food Report if there are any changes responsible for low or high blood sugar values. Response will be sent with in 24 hrs of receiving the reading
** General Instructions to Patients
  1. For optimal dose titrations, the patient should enter at least 2 blood sugar profiles (fasting, post breakfast, post lunch and post dinner) weekly.
  2. For a patient undergoing the insulin pump treatment, additional values expected to be recorded will include pre meal and 3 AM values ( i.e. fasting, pre lunch, pre dinner, post breakfast, post lunch, post dinner and 3 AM values).
  3. Patients are requested to enter the carbohydrate content of each meal to help adjust insulin doses better. The more the number of entries, the better it will be for the monitoring doctors to analyze the data.
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Routine Diabetes Monitoring This is an ideal programme for Type1/Type 2 Diabetes patients who are using Insulin or Oral Anti Diabetic medicines (OAD) or both. Through our easy-to-use system, patients can report their blood sugar, insulin dosage, diet, weight, lipid profile and blood pressure. These readings will be monitored and feedback/instructions will be provided remotely.
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On subscribing to this package, you will be required to report the test readings for the following trackers.

Trackers Reporting by Patient ** Frequency of Monitoring and Review
Blood Sugar Fasting Blood Sugar and Post-Breakfast, Post-Lunch, Post-Dinner blood sugars are to be reported daily or at minimum twice a week One response per week if readings are provided
Food Report if there are any changes responsible for low or high blood sugar values One response per week if readings are provided
Cholesterol To be reported once in 3 months One response per week if readings are provided
Blood Pressure Blood Pressure readings are to be reported once a month if it is well controlled. Else it is to be reported more frequently. One response per week if readings are provided
HbA1c To be reported once in 3 months One response per week if readings are provided
Weight To be reported once a month One response per week if readings are provided
** General Instructions to Patients
  1. For optimal dose titrations, the patient should enter at least two blood sugar profiles(fasting, post breakfast, post lunch and post dinner) every week.
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Thyroid Monitoring This programme is meant for patients having hypothyroidism. With this programme, you can report the results of your thyroid function tests (T3, Free T4 and TSH) every 3 months.
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On subscribing to this package, you will be required to report the test readings for the following trackers.

Trackers Reporting by Patient ** Frequency of Monitoring and Review
Thyroid Report once in 2 months Readings will be reviewed and response will be sent online
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About Dr. JAYAKRISHNAN B

Dr. Jayakrishnan is well versed at handling infectious patients as well as treating patients of all ages. He specializes in Internal Medicine and has a great knowledge in Diabetes, Diabetic Diet, Diabetes Care and Managment . To meet Dr. Jayakrishnan and to consult him online visit http://www.drjayakrishnan.com/home/consultation

Specialisations of Dr. JAYAKRISHNAN B

Internal Medicine

Diabetology
Internal Medicine

Others

Family Medicine
Nutrition and Dietetics
Sexual Medicine
Travel Medicine

Academics

  • MBBS from Manipal University
  • MD(GenMed) from RGUGHS

Achievements

Certifications

CCBDM - 2012
PHFI

Dr. JAYAKRISHNAN B's Posts

Redness and swelling at insulin injection site

Most of the time swelling at the injection site is becouse of wrong technique of injection and the needle not going in fully. Rarely it can be due to infection,allergy or overgrowth of fat( Lipohypertrophy). Redness can occur with infection and sometimes itching and redness occurs with allergy.

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A festival of colors to remove impurities

Holi is a festival of love and joy. It should be used as a means of communication to remove the mental dirt and impurities to cleanse the mind and not engage in quarrels, violence or eve teasing.Holi can also be unsafe.Green and bluish green chemicals contain malachite green, which can be toxic to t...

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World Health Day 2016: Beat diabetes

7 April 2016 - World Health DayBackgroundIn 2008, an estimated 347 million people in the world had diabetes and the prevalence is growing, particularly in low- and middle-income countries.In 2012, the disease was the direct cause of some 1.5 million deaths, with more than 80% of those occurring in l...

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Ten Golden Rules for preventing CKD(Chronic Kidney Disease )

Kidney diseases are silent killers. There are several easy ways to reduce the risk of developing kidney disease.Keep active: Keeping fit helps to reduce your blood pressure and therefore reduces the risk of Chronic Kidney Disease. “On the move for kidney health” is a worldwide collective march invol...

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Smoking makes you 5 years older !

Men have a greater chance of dying then women, and smoking increases any adult’s risk of death just as if five years were suddenly added to their age.• For men who have never smoked, heart disease presents their greatest risk for death at any age, exceeding the odds of dying from lung, colon and pro...

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Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff

One day an expert in time management was speaking to a group of students and, to drive home a point, used an illustration those students will never forget. As he stood in front of the group of high–powered overachievers, he said, "Okay, time for a quiz." Then he pulled out a one–gallon, wide mouthed...

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Now Biosimilar Insulin Glargine

The US FDA gave final approval to a copycat version of insulin glargine injection (Basaglar) for diabetes that is called a follow-on product by the agency and is a biosimilar in other parts of the world.Eli Lilly won approval for its new diabetes drug by demonstrating that it was similar enough to a...

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Diabetes Update

• Morbidity from diabetes involves both macrovascular (atherosclerosis) and microvascular disease (retinopathy, nephropathy and neuropathy).• Smoking cessation is essential for patients who smoke.• Cardiovascular morbidity can also be significantly reduced with aggressive management of hypertension,...

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Diabetes, obesity, NAFLD and HCC: The link unfolds

Incidence and prevalence of NAFLD is increasing worldwide. Natural history of NAFLD is expanding from simple steatosis to HCC. Obesity, T2DM and insulin resistance are strongly associated with NAFLD and increased incidence of HCC. Follow up of patients with diabetes including screening for liver dis...

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Guidelines on Health

.Keep your blood cholesterol less than 160 mg%. Even 1% reduction in cholesterol reduces the chances of heart attack by 2%.• Uncontrolled diabetes and blood pressure can precipitate a heart attack. Keep these under check.• Eat less, walk more.• Regular exercise is good for health. The best exercise ...

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Normal Aging Changes

Heart rate shows less variability.The circadian pattern (24–hour cycle of the body) is altered.There is a delayed response of bone marrow to loss of blood or hypoxia (reduced oxygen).The function of the white blood cells is impaired.Advancing age is a procoagulant stage. This means that the blood ge...

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Can Blood Pressure Be Higher In One Arm?

A small difference in blood pressure readings between arms is normal. However, a difference of more than 20 mm Hg for systolic pressure (top number) or more than 10 mm Hg for diastolic pressure (bottom number) can be a sign of an underlying narrowing of the main arteries to that arm.A difference of ...

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5 Ways to Stop A–Salting Your Kidney

Eating white salt is like a slow poison. If the amount of salt is reduced to less than one teaspoon per day, a large percentage of people with high blood pressure will have normal blood pressure. High salt intake via increase in blood pressure leads to kidney damage over a period of time and kidney ...

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To prevent heart attacks one must remember the simple HCFI Formula of 80

Heart Care Foundation of India (HCFI) recommends walking 80 minutes in a day and with a speed of 80 steps per minute.Keep lower BP, bad cholesterol level, resting heart rate, fasting sugar and abdominal girth levels all less than 80.Keep kidney and lung functions more than 80%.Exercise regularly (mi...

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Why Spirituality is Friendly to well being?

What you believe in can have a big impact on health and longevity. People with high levels of religious beliefs or spirituality have lower cortisol responses. Cortisol is a hormone the body releases in response to stress.Positive thinking produces nearly a 30 percent drop in perception of pain.Spiri...

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Dengue: Facts and prevention measures

With dengue cases on the rise, here's all you need to know about the spread and prevention measures of the disease.The number of dengue cases, caused by viruses transmitted by mosquitoes, have been on the rise, as the monsoon season is underway. Here are some important facts about dengue and a few p...

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How to cut back on added sugar?

Many of the "healthy" foods you eat such as energy bars, fruit juices, and flavored yogurt contain sugar. The first step is to read labels carefully and opt for products that are low in sugar.The American Heart Association recommends keeping calories from added sugars under 100 calories a day (24 gr...

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In Paralysis, Act Fast

A brain attack should be tackled like a heart attack. As time is brain, a patient with suspected paralysis/stroke or brain attack should be shifted to hospital at the earliest and given a clot dissolving therapy if the CT scan is negative for brain hemorrhage. Prevention for paralysis is the same as...

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Now with City Hospital

Please note:Dr Jayakrishnan is attached with City Hospital in lieu of Kalliyath hospital

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Cough Hygiene

When you cough or sneeze, you tend to expel out respiratory waste, which can be droplets (larger than 5 microns) or airborne droplets less than 5 microns; both have different implications.Droplets remain suspended in the air only for a limited period and exposure of less than 3 feet is usually requi...

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Precautions for diabetic patients during Ramzan fast

All diabetic patients who fast should be aware of certain facts if they fast during RamadanAll patients with diabetes should consult with their family physician regarding the Ramzan fast and learn the warning symptoms.Type 2 diabetes will be controlled by diet and may require no special precautions....

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World Environment Day

Air pollution and its harmful effects on health have been in the news recently. But another environmental issue that also needs equal, if not more, attention is noise pollution, which has adverse health and social effects, both directly and indirectly. The rising noise levels have become a major pub...

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World No Tobacco Day

"World No Tobacco Day" is on 31st May. It is observed every year, all over the world to draw attention of policy makers, law enforcers, public, towards the health hazards of Tobacco, and advocating for policies to reduce its consumption, be it in any form like smoking or chewing. Every year WHO giv...

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Lifestyle modifications to manage hypertension (17th May:Hypertension Day)

Treatment of hypertension should involve non pharmacological therapy (also called lifestyle modification) alone or along with anti hypertensive drug therapyThe overall impact of moderate sodium reduction is a fall in blood pressure in hypertensive and normotensive individuals of 4.8/2.5 and 1.9/1.1 ...

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Mother,we will Take Care

Over 60% of mothers believe their biggest health threat to be breast cancer but heart disease kills 6 times as many women as breast cancerSome risk factors are different for women than for men. Heart disease symptoms may be milder in women. Heart attacks often strike without warning. If a woman does...

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EARTHQUAKE: DEALING WITH THIS DISASTER

The movement of the ground in an earthquake is rarely the direct cause of injuries; most are caused by falling objects or collapsing buildings. Many earthquakes are followed (several hours or even days letter) by further tremors, usually of progressive decreasing intensity. To reduce the destructive...

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"About thyroid gland"

Low functioning thyroid is a new epidemic of the society affecting more than 3% of people. If thyroid function is low, it causes weight gain, loss of energy, cold intolerance and menstrual irregularities in women.All people who are aged 50 and above should have their thyroid profile (TSH test) done ...

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"Happy Earth Day"

Spread kindness, care, and compassion and create your own paradise. Infuse it with joy and you've created heaven on earth."Happy Earth Day"

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WORLD HEALTH DAY (7th April 2015)

The theme for this year is FOOD SAFETY - From farm to plate, keep it safe The food we eat helps us survive....do our daily activity...help us to be productive. But do all of us bother to check if its safe? Do we bother to check if it is free of bacteria, viruses, parasites, chemicals, other contam...

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Alcohol: Benefits Vs Risk

There is consensus that non drinkers should not start and the ones who drink can continue provided they do so in moderation and in absence of contraindications. People tend to consume more alcohol in winter and near the New Year.Persons who have been lifelong abstainers cannot be easily compared wit...

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Shoe Hygiene

Avoid poorly fitting shoes.Diabetic patients should avoid walking bare feet.Shoes that are too tight can cause pressure ulcers.High heels are okay for occasions but if you wear them all the time, significant foot pain and other problems can develop. These problems can range from bunions, corns and c...

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Harvard’s Medical School’s 4 Exercising Tips For People With Diabetes

Get a"preflight"check Talk with your doctor before you start or change a fitness routine.Especially if you are overweight or have a history of heart disease, peripheral vascular disease, or diabetic neuropathy.Go for a complete physical exam and an exercise stress test for people if you are 35 or ol...

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Be Alert for Symptoms of Heart Attack

The most common symptoms of coronary heart disease is chest pain (angina) or discomfort, which can also occur in the shoulders, arms, neck, jaw or back. People may mistake this pain for indigestion, which can be dangerous. Sometimes, it is impossible to tell the difference between the symptoms of he...

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Tobacco, drug use in pregnancy can double risk of stillbirth

Smoking tobacco or marijuana, taking prescription painkillers, or using illegal drugs during pregnancy is associated with double or even triple the risk of stillbirth, according to research funded by the National Institutes of Health.Researchers based their findings on measurements of the chemical b...

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Cough and Cold

Cough and cold are common in winter and should not be ignored.Throat pain without cough is usually bacterial in origin and needs medical attention.Soar throat with cough is viral in origin and requires no antibiotics.A red-angry looking throat is a dangerous sign and needs urgent medical attention.D...

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Tackling Vitamin B12 Deficiency

Symptoms Strange sensations, numbness or tingling in the hands, legs or feet.Difficulty in walking (staggering, balance problem)AnemiaA swollen inflamed tongue.Difficulty thinking and reasoning (cognitive difficulties) or memory loss.Yellowed skin (jaundice)Paranoia or HallucinationsWeaknessFatigue ...

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Game-Changing Wireless Devices to Improve Patient Care

An ECG in your pocket: The device, a one-lead ECG, attaches to a smartphone and records accurate ECG and heart rate in 30 seconds.Monitoring inpatients when you're not in the hospital: The new device can retrieve and display a patient's temperature, blood pressure, CT scans, ultrasounds, labs, radio...

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Sugar, not salt, may be at fault for hypertension

Sugar, not salt contributes to the majority of the hypertension risk associated with processed food and a reduction in the consumption of added sugars and, in particular, processed foods may translate into decreased rates of hypertension as well as decreased cardiometabolic disease. James J. DiNico...

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Preventing a Peptic Ulcer

An ulcer is a breakdown in the lining of the stomach or the first part of the small intestine. A type of bacterial infection is the most frequent cause, but lifestyle factors may also raise the risk.One may follow these preventive steps that may ward off a peptic ulcer:Limit alcohol to no more than ...

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Winter Asthma

Any breathlessness after the age of 40, appearing for the first time in winter, is cardiac asthma unless proved otherwise. Such patients should immediately have their blood pressure check-up done and if high needs immediate medical attention. First-onset breathlessness can also be an indication of a...

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Natural foods and not supplements prevent heart disease

One should take seasonal and locally grown natural food and vegetables grown in organic farms.Eat less, dinner lighter then the lunch, eat natural and in moderation are few of the mantras. Taking food supplements can be harmful.According to the American Heart Association (AHA), supplementation with ...

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Caffeine Good For Health?

Caffeine is the most consumed stimulant in the world,It is consumed in the form of coffee and tea.At present there is no scientific data for promoting or discouraging coffee and/or tea consumption in the daily diet.Short-term benefits include mental alertness and improved athletic performance.Short-...

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Talking on mobile is risky when driving but talking to friend in the car is less

Mobile conversations are an enemy to safe driving. A new Canadian study from University of Alberta in Edmonton finds that drivers do best when they don't talk and simply focus on the road, if they must talk, it's better if the person they are talking to has his or her eyes on the road, too. That cou...

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Recurrent Kidney Stones: IMA Guidelines

Lifetime prevalence of kidney stones is approximately 13% in men and 7% in women. Without treatment, approximately 35% to 50% of those with kidney stones will experience recurrence within 5 years from the first stone.Here are some guidelinesIncrease fluid intake to achieve at least 2 L of urine per ...

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Sangat and Smoking

Sewa, Simran and Sangat are the three principles of life as per the most Vedic literature. Even Adi Shankaracharya described Sangat as the main force for living a spiritual life.Sangat is the company of people you live with. Living in the company of good people makes one good and the reverse is also...

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Guidelines about Eating

Malnutrition and wrong dietary habits have been identified as major risk factors for ill health, including heart attacks. Most people below the poverty line suffer from malnutrition due to lack of calories, proteins and vitamins in their food. In the affluent society, overeating or eating wrong food...

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Noise pollution

Excessive noise can ultimately affect hearing.Constant exposure to loud noise can cause frequent sensory neural hearing loss.A person who is exposed to > 80 dB noise must observe hearing conservation and hearing precaution guidelines.It is safe to be exposed to a noise of 90 dB for 8 hours.An exposu...

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Smoking Can Cause Erectile Dysfunction

One reason for a man or a woman not to smoke is that a man is likely to end up with erectile dysfunction and the woman with premature aging with wrinkles on face It has been shown that men who smoke more than 20 cigarettes a day have 60% higher risk of erectile dysfunction as compared to those who ...

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Do not ignore breakfast

Taking a good breakfast made up of carbohydrates and lean protein, can help lessen cravings and hunger during the rest of the day, which can lead to significant weight loss. A research by Dr. Daniela Jakubowicz, a clinical professor at Virginia Commonwealth University and an endocrinologist at the ...

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Turmeric can prevent heart failure

Traditional Indian turmeric prevents heart failure, lowers cholesterol, prevents cancers and gall stones and augments scar formation in a wound. Studies from the University of Toronto’s Cardiology Division and published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation have shown that curcumin, an ingredien...

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Hypothermia and older adults: Tips for staying safe in cold weather

Hypothermia is generally defined as having a core body temperature of 95 degrees Fahrenheit or lower and can occur when the outside environment gets too cold or the body’s heat production decreases. Older adults are especially vulnerable to hypothermia because their bodies’ response to cold can be d...

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Snorers at risk of sudden death

The interrupted night time breathing of sleep apnea increases the risk of dying. Sleep apnea is a common problem in which one has pauses in breathing or shallow breaths during sleep.Studies have linked sleep apnea during snoring to increased risk for death. Most studies were done in sleep centers ra...

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How to keep your memory sharp?

- Manage your stress especially deadline pressure and petty arguments.- The biggest stress is ongoing sense of extreme anxiety. The stress can be managed by deep breathing, meditation, yoga and by mindful approach to living.- Get a goodnight sleep. The most common reason for poor sleep is difficul...

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Artificial sweeteners?

Artificial sweeteners like acesulfame, aspartame, saccharin, sucralose gives the sweetness of sugar with virtually none of the calories. Most people who use artificial sweeteners or choose foods or beverages made with them do so because they want to lose weight. And for a lot of people, they do help...

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