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Lifestyle Diseases

Lifestyle Diseases

The way we live our lives greatly influences our health. It is often said that our ancestors had a healthier lifestyle, and in those times, common diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes, and obesity were not as prevalent. One possible reason is that they had fewer distractions or temptations leading to unhealthy lifestyles.

Major lifestyle-related issues include obesity, high blood pressure, diabetes, hormonal imbalances, and more. The primary cause of these conditions is a departure from traditional practices and an overreliance on the fast-paced modern lifestyle. We often get swayed by the constantly changing recommendations published by so-called modern researchers. They have advocated for various oils, from coconut oil to sunflower oil, rice bran oil, mixed vegetable oil, olive oil, and back to coconut oil. Currently, there is a consensus that it depends on the oil one is traditionally accustomed to.

The stressful environments at home and in the office have contributed to the aforementioned lifestyle issues. Poor office timings, centralized air conditioning, the availability of junk food and aerated drinks, irregular sleep patterns, minimal leisure time, excessive use of gadgets, and overindulgence in social networking apps have taken a toll on our overall health. This leads to the accumulation of systemic toxins over time.

Regular detoxification of the body is crucial for combating the accumulation of toxins. Since accumulation is an on-going process, detoxification should become a habit. Ayurveda is the only medical science that incorporates the concept of cleansing the body and mind.

High Cholesterol

High cholesterol, or hyperlipidaemia, is a condition characterized by an excess of water-insoluble lipids or fats in the blood. There are mainly two causes: excessive fat consumption coupled with reduced exercise and genetic factors. Increased cholesterol levels pose a major risk for heart disease and, in some cases, acute pancreatitis. Elevated levels of LDL (low-density lipoprotein) are considered harmful, while higher levels of HDL (high-density lipoprotein) are desirable.


Symptoms of high cholesterol are not very common and are usually discovered accidentally during other screenings. Diabetes and cholesterol often coexist, so screening for one condition may reveal the presence of the other.


Thorough cleansing of the body is essential in such conditions. Individuals with extremely high cholesterol levels may be given a diet rich in healthy fats, followed by detoxification. "Fat removes fat" is the principle followed. It is important to maintain proper follow-up with medications and make necessary lifestyle changes to maintain healthy cholesterol levels. Alcohol consumption also contributes to high triglyceride levels, so moderation in consuming fat-increasing foods is recommended.


Diabetes, commonly referred to as "sugar disease," is a systemic condition characterized by excess glucose in the body tissues, particularly in the blood. There are two main reasons for diabetes: either the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or the cells do not respond adequately to the insulin produced by the pancreas. It is primarily characterized by elevated blood glucose levels. There are three main types of diabetes: type 1 (pancreatic insulin deficiency), type 2 (insulin resistance in cells), and gestational diabetes (occurring during pregnancy).


Untreated diabetes is typically associated with weight loss. The main symptoms include excessive urination, hunger, and thirst. Complications can affect various internal organs, particularly the kidneys, heart, and eyes. Diabetic ulcers are also a common complication.


Early diagnosis and management are crucial in diabetes. Chronic cases and those associated with obesity pose more challenges. Type 2 diabetes responds better to treatment than type 1. Detoxification and cleansing of the body play a key role in managing diabetes. Improving metabolism can help cells respond better to the insulin produced by the pancreas

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