New Delhi [India], November 12 (NewsVoir): To promote the idea of a healthy lifestyle and raise awareness about the Causes, Symptoms and Means of the Causes, DLF Gardencity hosted a special health check-up camp on the 11th of November before the World Diabetes Day at New Town Heights 90th. Dr. Gayatri and Dietitian Pooja Yadav of Rockland Hospital took part in examinations and health-related counseling and solutions for the population.
The national camp was attended by residents from different owners from DLF Gardencity. The camp included free examination of BP, Sugar and BMI. Dr Gayatri and Dr Pooja Yadav told the public about measures to maintain body metabolism in a balanced state and to ensure a healthy life. Participants also used vouchers with a 50% discount on annual diabetes care packages at Rockland Hospital.
Diabetes, often referred to as diabetes, by doctors, describes a group of metabolic diseases in which a person has high blood sugar (blood sugar), either because insulin production is insufficient, or because the body cells do not respond properly to either the insulin or both . Patients with high blood sugar usually develop polyuria (frequent urination), they become thirsty (polydipsia) and hungry (polyphagia).
"This was the necessary and magnificent initiative of DLF Gardencity. We had an informative session with both medical professionals who had informed the diabetic patients about what they did and did not want and provided us with health tips. Health is the core of all people's lives and we want DLF Gardencity will regularly organize these health check-ups in the coming years, "said DLF Gardencity resident.
World Diabetes Day (WDD) was created in 1991 by the IDF and the World Health Organization in response to growing concerns about the growing health risks of diabetes. WDD is the world's largest awareness campaign on diabetes aimed at reaching more than 1 billion people in more than 160 countries. The campaign focuses on issues that are extremely important in the world of diabetes and strongly protects diabetes in society and politics. (NewsVoir)