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Diabestiy-Hypertension VS Nutritional status and its Non-Clinical Management among Patients of sub-urban Population

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Medicine, King George’s Medical University, Lucknow, UP,
  • 2 INDIA Lucknow University, Lucknow, UP, INDIA

Res.J.chem.sci., Volume 4, Issue (10), Pages 33-36, October,18 (2014)


Diabetes-II, Obesity and Hypertension are three metabolic disorders jointly may be termed as “Diabesity-Hypertension”. The rising prevalence of DM-II 194 million (2003) and expected 333 million (2025) to be of overweight and obesity, that also increasing the prevalence of coexisted hypertension. Hypertension is about 6 times more frequent in obese subjects than in lean men and women. These increases translate into as estimate 12% increase risk for CHD and 24% increase risk of stroke. As prevalent comorbid association amongst Indian has risen over few decades. This may be also attributed to the changing life style trend that increasing number of the patients of diabesity-hypertension. The importance of nutritional recommendation with life style management for better control attracts attention to the researcher to carry out this paper. The objective of the paper was to analyse the status of Diabesity-Hypertension and its non-clinical management in different Nutritional status. The validation cohertsn=60. The main finding of the paper it was observed that among nutritional status of first order to fifth order the prevalence of diabesity hypertension were 12%,26%,24%,18% and 22% respectively. The awareness towards indigenous antioxidants intake for control diabesity-hypertension;22%. The awareness for useful dietary restriction. The health consciousness for healthy control and patients taking low sugar salt and fibre rick diet 48% and 28%, Exercising=61%,yoga;21% worship;58% avoid alcohol liquor;84 and tobacco and panmasala; 86% patients. As for control 37% patients only DM-II; 28% DM-II and hypertension and; 22%diabesity-Hypertension. A 13% patients not awarded to control all the three coexisted problems at all. Paper also suggests a dietary recommendation for diabesity-hypertension.


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