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Endocrinology & Metabolic Syndrome

April 8, 2013

Endocrinology:

Endocrine system is a complex group of glands. Glands are body parts that make hormones. These are substances that help to control activities in your body system. Hormones also control the way you respond to your environment, and they help to provide a lot of energy and nutrition your body demands to function.

Endocrinologist is a specially qualified doctor. Endocrinologists identify diseases that impact your glands. They know how to treat circumstances that are often complicated and include many techniques in the body. Your primary care relates you to an endocrinologist when you have an issue with your endocrine system.

What do endocrinologists do?

An image dispalying the Endocrine-SystemEndocrinologists are qualified to identify and cure hormonal imbalances and issues by assisting to recover the normal balance of hormones in your system. They take care of many circumstances including:

• Diabetes

• Thyroid

• Metabolic disorders

• Over-or underproduction of hormones

• Menopause

• Osteroporosis

• Hypertension

Metabolic Syndrome:

Metabolic problem: It’s a health issue that everybody’s referring to. Although it was only identified less than 20 decades ago, metabolic problem is as extensive as pimples and the typical cool . According to the American Heart Organization, 47 million America have it. That’s almost a incredible one out of every six people. The syndrome operates in family members and is more typical among African-Americans, Hispanics, Asians, and Local People in america. The threats of creating metabolic syndrome increases as you age.

Symptoms of Metabolic Syndrome:

• High Blood Pressure

• Central Obesity

• Abnormal fat levels in blood

Based on the recommendations from the Nationwide Center, Lung, and Blood vessels Institution (NHLBI) and the American Heart Association (AHA), any three of the following attributes in the same individual fulfill the requirements for the metabolic syndrome:

Abdominal obesity: a waist circumference of 102 cm (40 in) or more in men and 88 cm (35 inches) or more in females. For Asia Americans, the cutoff principles are ≥90 cm (35 in) in men or ≥80 cm (32 in) in women.

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