Dr Sunny Gupta, Surat-based health expert and dietician observed that in the last few months, there has been an alarming rise in cases of high triglycerides and high cholesterol, diabetes, PCOD (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) in young adults aged 18 to 30 due to their careless lifestyle, alcohol consumption and junk food intake. Dr Sunny Gupta shares major cases of these conditions, the causes and preventive measures that can be taken to avoid them. Dr Sunny Gupta says, “Diabetes, PCOD, High Triglycerides & High Cholesterol are caused by unhealthy diet that is high in saturated fats, trans fats, and cholesterol. This type of diet can lead to an increase in the amount of fat in the blood, which can lead to an increase cholesterol levels. It also can contribute to obesity, high triglycerides, cholesterol levels & PCOD. Damage to the arteries done early in life may be irreversible and appears to be cumulative.”
He adds, “For this reason, Doctors may want to consider prescribing lifestyle changes and medications to lower high LDL cholesterol levels in young adults. Various recent studies suggest otherwise that states that the damage done to the arteries of the cardiovascular system early in life even during late teens and the 20s due to high LDL level are often irreversible and cumulative”
Diabetes is caused by a combination of genetic and environmental factors. Genetics plays a role in determining how the body processes glucose, while environmental factors such as diet, physical activity and stress can also affect glucose levels. Additionally, certain medications and medical conditions can also increase the risk of developing diabetes, PCOD and bad cholesterol.
Hence, Dr Sunny Gupta advises to maintain a healthy diet and detox, regular physical activity and avoiding smoking and excessive alcohol consumption. By following these preventive measures, young adults aged 18 to 30 can reduce their risk of developing these conditions. Dr Sunny Gupta believes Your Lifestyle is your Future
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