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The two-day national conference ‘Raj ESICON 2023’ of the Endocrine Society of India Rajasthan Chapter concluded on Sunday.
22 crore people in the country have the problem of high blood pressure. Of these, 10 percent people can get rid of the BP problem forever just by correcting the hormonal imbalance going on in the body. These patients have the problem of endocrine hypertension where normal blood pressure medications do not work. The two-day national conference ‘Raj ESICON 2023’ of the Endocrine Society of India Rajasthan Chapter concluded on Sunday. Where experts gave this shocking information.
Organizational secretary for the conference Dr. PP Patidar said that in two days the country’s senior endocrine experts presented their research related to diabetes and hormonal disorders. More than 100 research papers and oral presentations were given during the first conference of Rajasthan Chapter of Endocrine Society of India.
More than 100 research papers and oral presentations were given during the first conference of Rajasthan Chapter of Endocrine Society of India.
During this time, a quiz was also organized where students were asked questions related to endocrinology. Organization chairman Dr. Sandeep Mathur said that on the last day, sessions were organized on topics like childhood obesity problems, gynecomastia, inverted diabetes, thyroid eye disease, hypocalcemia.
Dr. Rajeev Kasliwal told us that the problem of high blood pressure is due to hormones similar to aldosterone, cortisol or adrenaline produced by the body’s adrenal glands, underactive or overactive thyroid gland, problems with the pituitary gland and excessive production of parathyroid hormone by the parathyroid gland. Could be possible. If the problem with these glands is treated, hypertension can be completely cured.
Dr. PP Patidar told that sweets are used in every Indian home on every auspicious occasion. Research has shown that if we reduce the sweetness of these sweets by even five percent, we will have much better results in the future. Less sweetness will reduce people’s weight and BMI, reducing the risk of diabetes.