Tuesday, 19 March 2019

Antibiotic can increase the risk of diabetes

Antibiotic can increase the risk of diabetes

According to research conducted at Copenhagen University, the risk of type 2 diabetes increases with the consumption of more antibiotics. In this research, those who were advised to take antibiotics for 15 years or more, they were 53 per cent more likely to have type-2 diabetes compared to other people.

About two lakh patients were involved in the study, taking antibiotics for more than 15 years and 13 lakhs were also formed on the basis of those who did not have diabetes. The risk of having

diabetes in the study was found more in those people who had antibiotics. This research is important for India because there are more patients of diabetes.

Antibiotics should be avoided when fever, cough or colds occur. Due to repeated use of them, the risk of diabetes increases by 53 per cent. The highest number of diabetics in India are in India. In this way, we have to consider antibiotics very seriously.