Welcome to metro cities! What makes us love metro cities? They’re just too human-friendly and tech-friendly, with everything at our fingertips anytime! Time is also important to humans.  As every individual has a lifespan, the body changes physiologically and the degeneration depends on the body’s period (the body’s age) and metabolism. our early age metabolism tends to decline when we age, so the impact on the body is like any symptoms or disorder.

Did you know: Diabetes was an illness of a rich man before the 1980s, which is popular in everyone’s household.

Often the question arises such as

  • Do I give it to my children?
  • May I get from diabetes in some way? 
  • how I even got these diseases without any trigger factors?

We’re forgetting our wellbeing in our busy life in metro cities, although nature shows us too many real lessons to learn(like the corona pandemic), we still are not serious about our health, but we’re careful about being diagnosed with trending master checks and fears, which would be totally unnecessary. Often you’re shocked how I even got these diseases without any trigger factors. If you’re someone like this then remember that Diabetes is also common to the people of the metropolitan city.

About: Diabetes & lifestyle

See how Diabetes is part of our lives- Particularly when we’re affordable to live in Metro Cities.

As we all know, diabetes is a lifestyle disease, it is a metabolic group, it is a chronic illness as well. WHO reports that in low- and middle-income nations the incidence of diabetes has risen more steadily than those in high-income nations. Blindness, organ disease, heart attacks, strokes, and lower limb amputation are the main reasons for diabetes. An estimated 1,6 million deaths caused directly by diabetes in 2016. Another 2.2 million deaths in 2012 were caused by excess blood glucose.

We must recognise that the majority of diseases that we encounter are linked to our metabolism.

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Does eating schedule affect health?

What and at what time we eat is sure of prime importance

Ayurveda refers to Ahara, Nidra, and Brahmacharya, which are essential to everyone’s wellbeing (physical, emotional, legal, social, and spiritual well-being). Many people living in the metro city are less worried about the time they eat. Rather, people just worry about what we eat. 

A lot of herbal apps are available on the market to buy our own millets, a lot of diets and medical applications are available to direct people. And people began to be aware of what they consume, which is really important for metabolism.

For instant, Eating salad when it’s distracted also continues to induce indigestion, because eating uncooked food during metabolism problems, even if it’s a balanced salad, makes the body encounter indigestion troubles.

Food intake at 12 or 1 am and going to bed at 2 am adds to a loss of sleep or oversleeping, too.  What we forget here is that our metabolic clock cannot be changed periodically. 

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What doctors recommend usually

Doctors recommend that nothing be consumed after sunset.

One has to break his fast overnight by 8 a.m. which usually breaks as a brunch routine. i.e. because of their busy lives they quickly miss the break (especially people aged 20-25 frequently pursue this routine by eating breakfast at 12 –1 pm rather than 8-9 a.m. This results in an increased metabolism effect.

Especially because the metabolism of Insulin is a matter of preference. people must sleep on time that is at 10 pm-4 am because their brain and other institutions need their rest period to clean themselves up from their biological clock. if they dont do so, the body begins to accumulate more chemicals in our bodies and begin to disturb our metabolism.

As we know, the metro city residents are good at getting stress, which also affects our insulin, as insulin is also a hormone in our body.

Due to lack of time, often people can’t work out. When most often spend time doing gym ultimately like around 8 pm – therefore dinner will be at 10 pm and so on, which is again a cause of metabolism.

How does metabolism relate to diabetes?

We live our lifestyle by assuming that we eat a balanced diet, workouts, etc. but what exactly we do, is it all untimely (exactly in contrast to the biological clock), tension, fast skip break, sleep late in the night, workouts at night, spends full time on virtual activities, etc. This in turn leads us to early metabolic disorders like diabetes in our 30’s, wherein in our 40’s or 50’s we are more likely to become diabetically complicated that reduces our life expectancy by about a second.

Bottom Line

What we don’t realize is that once we understand the right causative causes, such as what went wrong with our body metabolism, we might cure diabetes. It’s never too late to fix anything but health because damages can be fixed but not degeneration.-Dr. Soumya Hullannavar, Lead Consultant, Elite Ayurveda Services.


Take Good Care of Your Metabolism! Live your life to the max!