- Border line diabetes, [Impaired Glucose Tolerance (IGT) and Impaired Fasting Glucose (IFG)]
- As an adjunct therapy with existing hypoglycemic agents in secondary OHAs failure cases to prevent further complications.
- 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 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 sulfonylureas.
- 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 – Impotency in male and neuropathy and retinopathy.
- Cost effective for long-term use.
- Improves quality of life and restores libido.
- Regular exercise is recommended – Evening or morning walk and reduce
- Consumption of vegetables preferred – Karela and Drumsticks.
- Do check fasting and post lunch blood glucose at least once a week.
- Strictly follow doctors drug regimen and diet.
- Drink atleast 8 – 10 glasses of water daily.
- Do not take any medication without doctor’s advise.
- Avoid injury /cut
- Reduce alcohol consumption and avoid sugar in tea and coffee.
- Avoid oily and spicy food, sweets, honey and smoking.
- Avoid excessive physical and psychological stress.
For any further details, please contact one of the sales representatives:
- Amy Wu, 012-9081868 (for English/Chinese/Mandarin information)
- Aini, 016-2109459 (for Bahasa Malaysia information)
- Kak Long, 013-6766739 (for Bahasa Malaysia information)