Does Modi Government care? for Seniors or Diabetics? NO Way!


It is a government of the business, by the Business, for the business.  Modi Government its policies in the name of “Population . Dividend” . helping kill the Senior citizens.

Diabetes treatment in Depth

Putting patients on Insulin a Scam?

The prices of Insulin in India increased 25 to 30% in past 6 months.

Insulin therapy is often an important part of diabetes treatment. Understand the key role insulin plays in managing your blood sugar and preventing diabetes complications.

The role of insulin in the body

It may be easier to understand the importance of insulin therapy if you understand how this naturally occurring hormone usually works in the body and what happens if you have diabetes.

If you don’t have diabetes, insulin helps:

  • Regulate blood sugar levels. After you eat, carbohydrates break down into glucose, a sugar that is the body’s primary source of energy. Glucose then enters the bloodstream. The pancreas responds by producing insulin, which allows glucose to enter the body’s cells to provide energy.
  • Store excess glucose for energy. After you eat — when insulin levels are high — excess glucose is stored in the liver in the form of glycogen. Between meals — when insulin levels are low — the liver releases glycogen into the bloodstream in the form of glucose. This keeps blood sugar levels within a narrow range.

If you have diabetes:

Your glucose levels will continue to rise after you eat because there’s not enough insulin to move the glucose into your body’s cells. People with type 2 diabetes don’t use insulin efficiently (insulin resistance) and don’t produce enough insulin (insulin deficiency). People with type 1 diabetes make little or no insulin.

Untreated, high blood glucose can eventually lead to complications such as blindness, nerve damage and kidney damage.

Goals of insulin therapy

If you have type 1 diabetes, insulin therapy is vital for replacing the insulin your body doesn’t produce. Sometimes, people with type 2 diabetes or gestational diabetes need insulin therapy if other treatments haven’t been able to keep blood glucose levels within the desired range. Insulin therapy helps prevent diabetes complications by keeping your blood sugar within your target range.

Types of insulin

There are several types of insulin available that vary in how quickly and how long they can control blood sugar. Frequently your doctor may recommend combining more than one type of insulin. To determine which types of insulin you need and how much you need, your doctor will consider factors such as the type of diabetes you have, your glucose levels, how much your blood sugar fluctuates throughout the day and your lifestyle.

The general types of insulin therapy include:

  • Long-, ultralong- or intermediate-acting insulin. When you’re not eating, your liver releases glucose so the body continually has energy. Long, ultra-long or intermediate-acting insulin helps the body use this glucose and keeps glucose levels from rising too high.
  • Examples of these insulins are glargine (Lantus, Basaglar, Toujeo), detemir (Levemir), degludec (Tresiba) and NPH (Humulin N, Novolin N, Novolin ReliOn Insulin N). These insulins work for between eight and 40 hours, depending on the type.
  • Rapid- or short-acting insulin. These insulins are ideal for preventing blood sugar spikes after you eat. They begin to work much faster than long-acting or intermediate-acting insulins do, sometimes in as little as three minutes. But they work for a much shorter period of time, usually about two to four hours.
  • Examples of these insulins include aspart (NovoLog, Fiasp), glulisine (Apidra), lispro (Humalog, Admelog) and regular (Humulin R, Novolin R).

Insulin delivery options

Insulin doesn’t come in pill form because the digestive system would break it down before it had a chance to work. But there are several choices for insulin delivery. Your doctor can help you decide which fits best with your lifestyle and treatment needs.

Options include:

  • Shots or pens. Insulin can be injected into the fat just below your skin with a syringe and needle or a penlike device that hold insulin with a needle attached. How often depends on the type of diabetes you have, your blood sugar levels and how often you eat. It may be multiple times each day.
  • Insulin pump. An insulin pump pushes small, steady doses of rapid-acting insulin into a thin tube inserted underneath your skin. These doses are delivered repeatedly throughout the day. There are several different kinds of insulin pumps available.
  • Inhaled insulin (Afrezza). This type of insulin is rapid-acting and you inhale it at the beginning of each meal. People who smoke or have lung problems such as asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease should not use inhaled insulin.

Insulin therapy can sometimes be demanding, but it’s an effective way to lower blood sugar levels. If you have any trouble with your insulin regimen, such as difficulty avoiding very low or very high blood sugar levels, be sure to talk to your doctor to see if any adjustments need to be made. By choosing an insulin regimen that fits your needs and lifestyle, you can prevent diabetes complications and lead an active, healthy life. via

Insulin therapy is often an important part of diabetes treatment. Understand the key role insulin plays in managing your blood sugar and preventing diabetes complications.

The role of insulin in the body

It may be easier to understand the importance of insulin therapy if you understand how this naturally occurring hormone usually works in the body and what happens if you have diabetes.

If you don’t have diabetes, insulin helps:

  • Regulate blood sugar levels. After you eat, carbohydrates break down into glucose, a sugar that is the body’s primary source of energy. Glucose then enters the bloodstream. The pancreas responds by producing insulin, which allows glucose to enter the body’s cells to provide energy.
  • Store excess glucose for energy. After you eat — when insulin levels are high — excess glucose is stored in the liver in the form of glycogen. Between meals — when insulin levels are low — the liver releases glycogen into the bloodstream in the form of glucose. This keeps blood sugar levels within a narrow range.

If you have diabetes:

Your glucose levels will continue to rise after you eat because there’s not enough insulin to move the glucose into your body’s cells. People with type 2 diabetes don’t use insulin efficiently (insulin resistance) and don’t produce enough insulin (insulin deficiency). People with type 1 diabetes make little or no insulin.

Untreated, high blood glucose can eventually lead to complications such as blindness, nerve damage and kidney damage.

Goals of insulin therapy

If you have type 1 diabetes, insulin therapy is vital for replacing the insulin your body doesn’t produce. Sometimes, people with type 2 diabetes or gestational diabetes need insulin therapy if other treatments haven’t been able to keep blood glucose levels within the desired range. Insulin therapy helps prevent diabetes complications by keeping your blood sugar within your target range.

Types of insulin

There are several types of insulin available that vary in how quickly and how long they can control blood sugar. Frequently your doctor may recommend combining more than one type of insulin. To determine which types of insulin you need and how much you need, your doctor will consider factors such as the type of diabetes you have, your glucose levels, how much your blood sugar fluctuates throughout the day and your lifestyle.

The general types of insulin therapy include:

  • Long-, ultralong- or intermediate-acting insulin. When you’re not eating, your liver releases glucose so the body continually has energy. Long, ultra-long or intermediate-acting insulin helps the body use this glucose and keeps glucose levels from rising too high.
  • Examples of these insulins are glargine (Lantus, Basaglar, Toujeo), detemir (Levemir), degludec (Tresiba) and NPH (Humulin N, Novolin N, Novolin ReliOn Insulin N). These insulins work for between eight and 40 hours, depending on the type.
  • Rapid- or short-acting insulin. These insulins are ideal for preventing blood sugar spikes after you eat. They begin to work much faster than long-acting or intermediate-acting insulins do, sometimes in as little as three minutes. But they work for a much shorter period of time, usually about two to four hours.
  • Examples of these insulins include aspart (NovoLog, Fiasp), glulisine (Apidra), lispro (Humalog, Admelog) and regular (Humulin R, Novolin R).

Insulin delivery options

Insulin doesn’t come in pill form because the digestive system would break it down before it had a chance to work. But there are several choices for insulin delivery. Your doctor can help you decide which fits best with your lifestyle and treatment needs.

Options include:

  • Shots or pens. Insulin can be injected into the fat just below your skin with a syringe and needle or a penlike device that hold insulin with a needle attached. How often depends on the type of diabetes you have, your blood sugar levels and how often you eat. It may be multiple times each day.
  • Insulin pump. An insulin pump pushes small, steady doses of rapid-acting insulin into a thin tube inserted underneath your skin. These doses are delivered repeatedly throughout the day. There are several different kinds of insulin pumps available.
  • Inhaled insulin (Afrezza). This type of insulin is rapid-acting and you inhale it at the beginning of each meal. People who smoke or have lung problems such as asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease should not use inhaled insulin.

Insulin therapy can sometimes be demanding, but it’s an effective way to lower blood sugar levels. If you have any trouble with your insulin regimen, such as difficulty avoiding very low or very high blood sugar levels, be sure to talk to your doctor to see if any adjustments need to be made. By choosing an insulin regimen that fits your needs and lifestyle, you can prevent diabetes complications and lead an active, healthy life.

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My speeches at Toastmasters: Persuasion: Would be father-in-law. Humorous speech


You PIERCE My Soul.
I am Half Agony,
Half Hope
I have Loved NONE
but You!
I was in Love and
she was non-committal
would-be far-in-law very furious
I had tried every persuasive Trick in my repertoire and
Lost my Sweeart!
Mom wasn’t a Help
A School Head-Mistress
and a widow
she was a tough lady.
When would-be-far-in-law
tried to make a Pass –
she gave him a Punch in face
and broke his front teeth and Jaw!
I was heartbroken!

Fellow Toastmasters and Guests.
It was Aristotle, who broke down essential elements of persuasion into three parts:

(1) logos or logic
(2) ethos or ethic, and
(3) pathos or emotion.
Logos refers to logic, words, and reasons in your argument. “our narrative must fit toger like links in a chain or pieces of a jigsaw puzzle to form a coherent statement or argument.

Think, plan talk,
we organize points in a sequence from general
to particular, from start to conclusion,
with each point building on each previous point to form a persuasive argument.”

second aspect of persuasion—ethos—
refers to your character, ethics, and our believability when we speak. Increase credibility with our audience before and after our speech increases likelihood that listeners will accept our arguments and take action on our recommendations.

Pathos is emotional content of our presentation and most important.
When we move people at an emotional level
n we can motivate m to change ir thoughts and take a particular action..
My Mom said she’ll FIX it.
She’ll ARRANGE a marriage for me.
We sat on a Plane for first time.
My Pilot was Rajiv Gandhi.
Excited, we reached by Cab from Bhopal to Indore to see a Prospective Bride.

I was a Field Officer in a Fertilizer company.
Would be far in law was a bank manager.
He probed about my job and concluded
” It’s a Thankless job, you do! ”

I did not want to manipulate,
I told him Truth.
I left a bank job because of I felt that was thankless!
Needless to say, I remained 7 star Sales Person won all honors in company but..
I did not get married n with that Girl
who agreed with her far.
I did not want to manipulate,
Let me give you another example: Have you Ever Resigned from a Job?

I have..
I resigned 6 times.
No one leaves a good company.
We all leave bad bosses.
As a Recruiter, Boss and Leader I recruited. Thousands of people in 25 years…
I was both, good and bad boss .
and accepted. hundreds of resignations, .
Before I sent people to HR for Exit interviews I would ask m
Have you finally, decided to quit after a logical, rational thought?
If answer was a firm yes, I would let people GO with a heavy heart but I would respect ir decision and told m so
If answer was non-definite I would ask m if y wanted help or decision support from me?
I would tell m if you still reach a decision to quit after my counsel. –
I will respect decision.
Many people stayed back.
I persuaded. well.
last example, I was a salesman at 12.
I had medical reps much elder to me as my friends.
Mr. Rao was 40, Bald and energetic. (Don’t look at TMOD! OR GE please ! )
He represented Warner Hindustan and always gifted us sample bottles of Waterbury’s compound.
He tried hard to convince Top doctor in city
who was my uncle and never prescribed Waterbury’s compound.
He tried all tricks in his book which were ethical, logical and emotional – all. persuasive types.
One day, he found my uncle ready to sit in car,ready to go home and he asked him.
Doctor, I . tried every trick I learned in past 20 years with you for past 3 years but why. have I not succeded to convince you.
May. I now surrender before you and ask you -= How to convince a Top Doctor like you.
My Uncle laughed his 7 story Laugh. His ego satisfied, inflated. He drove away. Did not say a word.
But he prescribed Waterbury’s compound reafter to one and sundry.
Now that’s power of persuasion.
Ladies and Gentlemen, Never lose heart and manipulate ors – Persuade. It takes longer but we succeed.
To end, let me give you a Quote –
How quick comes reason to approve what we care about?
Let us Persuade, Convince,
Understand ors first before ors understand us,
and Win Victories and friends for life.
Over to you, ToastMaster.

Cross-Cultures and Communication: My Toastmasters experience


My friend from Thailand Online Toastmasters posted this on Facebook “Anusorn Swasdee to Thailand Online Toastmasters Club

Minute of Thailand Online Toastmasters Club meeting #21 on Saturday 21st September 2019, 22:00-23:07 ICT (Bangkok Time).

22:00:06 President, DTM Anusorn, opened the meeting.

22:00:38 Toastmaster of the night, DTM Anusorn explained about the meeting and gave the theme, “Nature.”

22:02:26 AD VPE Samarn gave the word of the day, “sacrify.”

22:06:33 Table Topics master, DTM Anusorn, started impromptu session.

22:24:05 Prepared speeches session started.

22:25:45 1st speaker, DTM Suphot, delivered a speech, about how people sacrify nature.

22:34:36 2nd speaker, TM Jay delivered a speech, Reflection on 2nd path, Presentation Mastery.

22:50:08 General Evaluator, Secretary Trirat, started the evaluation session.

22:51:18 1st personal evaluator and time keeper, DTM Pim, gave the observation.

22:55:32 2nd personal evaluator, AD VPE Samarn, gave the observation.

23:00:05 General Evaluator, Secretary Trirat, gave the observation.

23:03:07 Our guest, TM Jay, gave feedbacks.

23:07:48 President, DTM Anusorn, closed the meeting.

Today, we have 6 members and a guest.

Members: District 84 PQD DTM Pim, AD VPE DL5 CL Samarn Siasakul, Secretary IP3 EH1 Trirat Petchsingh, VPPR TM Sita Khawsuwan, District 97 Network Ambassador DTM Suphot Hutayana, President DTM Anusorn Swasdee

Guest: TM Dhananjay Parkhe from Bangalore, India.

Our agenda: https://easy-speak.org/view_meeting.php?t=355764

Our local time for everyone: https://bit.ly/2lYH2yu

Our place of meeting (online): https://zoom.us/j/7328529000” .

I was delighted to see the mention of my nick name 🙂

More than that the idea of learning Cross-cultures which attracts me to Online clubs and how well they receive you when you visit them as guests is a memorable experience indeed.

Years Ago, on Ecademy social network, I made friends with Dr.Paul Melessen who was ex-Superintendent of Amsterdam Police and become a Cross Cultural Trainer.  It was marvellous, learning experience I had making friends with him.

Last year as I joined Toastmasters – I knew my weakness was AUDIENCE AWARENESS and if I had to be a successful Global Speaker – this is a critical ingredient of creating influence, impact and ease of communication.

While talking at different Toastmasters Online platforms as Table topic speaker, Prepared Speech speaker or a role player as Toastmaster of the day or General evaluator, Speech evaluator, ISC Contest Judge/ Tie breaker judge the difference and my lack of understanding of Audiences became a stark reality.   Great mentors, friendly, hospitable toastmasters helped me along the way as rushed thru few clubs and became a member of two clubs.

Giving a Pathways speech for practice, impromptu and speak for 10-12 minutes /. getting evaluated by a worthy DTM from Thailand and his wonderful feedback ” You don’t have to thank in a Toastmaster pathways speech,  as you lost precious 30 seconds twice which you could have used to share your wonderful message even better.  DTM Tirat Thank you. I shall always remember this while giving Pathways speeches.

We learn with each interaction.  We OBSERVE A LOT just by watching others closely.  I am learning and the Cross cultural learning experience is my take from visits to Toastmast clubs worldwide.

ToastMastery and Social Obligation


Thanks to my Mentors, Mentees, Evaluators and Fellow Toastmasters. The 1st peak in Pathways. Completion of 2 Paths . and Pathways Mentor Certificate in less than 1 year ! ( I am late by 6 months as per my target date but Better Late than Never. Feels great to restart the Toastmasters journey. I truly believe that the Social Obligation of a Toastmaster’s Toastmastery ( Mastery in Servitude) can be realised by serving the Youth of our country.
I truly believe that the 4 th and 5th Leg of AIM Mentoring i.e. Leadership and Speaking Skills have a great opportunity for all Toastmasters in India to visit the AIM Tinkering Labs ( over 1000 AND counting) in the country and begin Youth Leadership program with Niti Aayog. Who is better equipped than a Toastmaster to impart Communication and Leadership . skills to our youth. Amen!

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Guru’s Newsletter


Dear Friends,
Life is short. Do whatever you can to help people – not for status, but because the 95-year-old you would be proud if you do help people and disappointed if you don’t!
Life is good.
Marshall
Thinkers 50!
Thinkers 50 and I are proud to announce the thinkers shortlisted for the Marshall Goldsmith Coaching and Mentoring Award!
Congratulations to my friend and 100 Coaches member Feyzi Fatehi for receiving the 2019 CODiE Lifetime Achievement Award that previously has been bestowed on Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Steve Wozniak and the likes for their impactful contributions to the world of Technology.
My good friend and 100 Coaches member Howard Prager’s article Beyond Category: Collaboration asks
Who is in your life that impacts you?
Who do you collaborate with?
And who finds you?
Pre-order from Rita McGrath!
Which opportunities are positioning your organization for the future?
Download a free Opportunity Portfolio toolkit when you pre-order a copy of best-selling author Rita McGrath’s new book, SEEING AROUND CORNERS.
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Last Breath
Imagine yourself at 95 years old, knowing what was important and what wasn’t. Take that knowledge to heart now, both for your career and for your personal life.
You are now about to receive the best coaching advice that you will ever get in this—or perhaps any other—lifetime! You are about to receive advice from a very wise old person. Listen very carefully to what this wise old person says.
I hope that you enjoyed the Life Is Good update, and that it is helpful to you!