Metabolic syndrome including diabetes is now recognised to be a leading risk factor driving some of the most serious diseases in our society to date.
Statistics show that 280 Australians develop diabetes every day. That’s one person every five minutes. Around 1.7 million Australians have diabetes. This includes all types of diagnosed diabetes (1.2 million known and registered) as well as silent, undiagnosed type 2 diabetes (up to 500,000 estimated). Type 1 diabetes accounts for 10% of all diabetes and is increasing. Type 2 diabetes accounts for 85% of all diabetes and is increasing. Gestational diabetes in pregnancy is also increasing.
These shocking statistics shows us that we are not doing enough of the right thing now to help ourselves towards a healthier future. Let the figures remind us all of the need to act now. The Acusense health clinic is here to help guide you down the right track to maintain your health and wellbeing. Be a willing participant to reap the healthy rewards. Invest in yourself; invest in your health today.
How do you know if you have metabolic syndrome?
You may have been diagnosed with some of the following:
*high blood pressure
*diabetes or “pre-diabetes” (at risk of diabetes)
*low “good” HDL cholesterol
*carrying extra weight around your waist
*family history of diabetes, heart disease or stroke
Acusense Health Clinic offers natural management of metabolic syndrome. Treatments can open you up to understanding about the right foods you need to be eating for adequate nutrition, sustained energy and keeping to a healthy weight whilst maintaining a healthy lifestyle by incorporating ways to manage your stress levels. You also learn the important connection between the role stress play in negatively impacting your health and wellbeing if left unchecked. Treatments also include management of your stress levels as this can aid digestion and nutrition intake for your body’s use. The clinic also offers quality natural herbs to keep your body balanced and healthy.
To find out more about treatments for you, talk to Tran Ong today.