1) Borderline diabetes, [Impaired Glucose Tolerance (IGT) and Impaired Fasting Glucose (IFG)]
2) As an adjunct therapy with existing hypoglycemic agents in secondary OHAs failure cases to prevent further complications.
3) In PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) in women leading to menstrual disorders and infertility.
Two tablets twice a day, half-an-hour before meals for IGT, IFG, and PCOS.
In patients on other oral hypoglycemic drugs (OHAs) one tablet twice a day may be added initially for a week.
Once a satisfactory response is achieved, the dosage of OHAs may be slowly reduced and the dosage of Hyponidd to be increased to two tablets twice a day.
No clinical hypoglycemia unlike sulphonylureas
Lowers the lipid levels & protects against cardiovascular diseases.
Provides a sense of well-being and feeling of less tired and less fatigue
No need to add antioxidants as it contains natural antioxidants and rejuvenators.
Delays the diabetic complications ï¿½ Impotency in male, neuropathy, and retinopathy.
Cost-effective for long-term use.
Improves quality of life and restores libido.
Do’s and Don’ts
1) Regular exercise is recommended
2) Consumption of vegetables preferred
3) Do check fasting and post-lunch blood glucose at least once a week.
4) Strictly follow the doctor’s drug regimen and diet.
5) Drink at least 8 – 10 glasses of water daily.
1) Avoid injury /cut
2) Reduce alcohol consumption and smoking.
3) Avoid oily and spicy food, sweets, and honey.
4) Avoid excessive physical and psychological stress.