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Meet our dietician at Minsa Medical Centre | Rakshanda Qureshi
For appointment call (051)4570745
#bestmedicalcentreatislamabad #minsamedicalcentre #bestmedicalcentreatrawalpindi #Minsa
Consultant psychologist at Minsa Medical Centre | Dr Ayesha
Call for an appointment
(051) 4570745
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Meet our dietician at Minsa Medical Centre | Rakshanda Qureshi
Call for an appointment: (051) 4570745
Learn more about Obesity:
Obesity is not just a cosmetic problem. It’s a health hazard. Someone who is 40% overweight is twice as likely to die prematurely as is an average-weight person. This is because obesity has been linked to several serious medical conditions.

On research it is found that people who are 20% or more overweight can gain significant health benefits from losing weight.

Fortunately, even a modest weight loss of 5-7kgs can bring significant health improvements, such as lowering one’s blood pressure and cholesterol levels.

Medical issues associated with Obesity-

These are the common medical issues associated with obesity

1.Heart disease and stroke-

Heart disease and stroke are the leading causes of death and disability. Overweight people are more likely to have high blood pressure, a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke, than people who are not overweight.

The good news is that losing a small amount of weight can reduce your chances of developing heart disease or a stroke. Reducing your weight by 10% can decrease your chance of developing heart disease.

2.Diabetes-

Overweight people are twice as likely to develop type 2 diabetes compared to normal weight people. You can reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes by losing weight and exercise. If you have type 2 diabetes, losing weight and becoming more physically active can help control your blood sugar levels. Increasing your physical activity may also allow you to reduce the amount of diabetes medication you need.

3.Hypertension-

High blood pressure is linked to overweight and obesity in several ways. Having a large body size may increase blood pressure because your heart needs to pump harder to supply blood to all your cells. Excess fat may also damage your kidneys, which help regulate blood pressure. Weight loss that will get you close to the normal BMI range may greatly lower high blood pressure. Other helpful changes are to quit smoking, reduce salt, and get regular physical activity.

4.Cancer–

Several types of cancer are associated with being overweight. In women, these include cancer of the uterus, gallbladder, cervix, o***y, breast, and colon. Overweight men are at higher risk for developing colorectal cancer and prostate cancer.

5.Gallbladder disease-

Gallbladder disease and gallstones are more common if you are overweight. Your risk of disease increases as your weight increases.

6.Osteoarthritis–

Osteoarthritis is a common joint condition that most often affects the knee, hip, and lower back joints. Excess weight places extra pressure on these joints and wear away the cartilage (tissue that cushions the joints) that normally protects them.

7.Sleep Apnea–

Sleep apnea is a serious breathing condition that is associated with being overweight. Sleep apnea can cause a person to snore heavily and to stop breathing for short periods during sleep. The risk for sleep apnea increases as body weight increases. Weight loss usually improves sleep apnea.

8.Gout–

Gout is a disease that affects the joints that is caused by high levels of a substance called uric acid in the blood. The large amount of uric acid can form into solid or crystal-like masses that deposit in the joints. Gout is more common in overweight people and the risk of developing the disorder increases with higher body weights.

9.Fatty liver–

The cause of fatty liver disease is still not known. The disease most often affects people who are middle-aged, overweight or obese, and/or diabetic.

Although there is no specific treatment for fatty liver disease, patients are generally advised to lose weight, eat a healthy diet, increase physical activity, and avoid drinking alcohol. If you have fatty liver disease, lowering your body weight to a healthy range may improve liver tests and reverse the disease to some extent.

10.Pregnancy associated conditions–

Overweight and obesity raise the risk of health problems for both mother and baby that may occur during pregnancy. Pregnant women who are overweight or obese may have an increased risk for

Developing gestational diabetes (high blood sugar during pregnancy)
Having preeclampsia (high blood pressure during pregnancy that can cause severe problems for both mother and baby if left untreated)
Needing a C-section and, as a result, taking longer to recover after giving birth.
Babies of overweight or obese mothers are at an increased risk of being born too soon, being stillborn (dead in the womb after 20 weeks of pregnancy), and having neural tube defects (defects of the brain and spinal cord).
Reaching a normal weight before becoming pregnant may reduce your chances of developing weight-related problems.

11.Depression–

Depression and obesity is a two way street and lead to one another. Excessive weight gain affects body positive image and affects mood. Obesity increases the risk for depression in initially non-depressed people by 55 percent, and depression increases the risk for obesity in initially normal-weight people by 58 percent.

All in all Obesity affects all the major organ systems and quality of life in general and later leads to serious complications. But the solution is simple, losing even a small amount of weight can lower significant risk factors for most medical issues.

And in achieving this goal, lifestyle changes go a long way.

Discuss with your doctor and dietician about the lifestyle changes that suits your requirements.
#obesity #bestmedicalcentreatrawalpindi #bestmedicalcentreatislamabad #minsamedicalcentre #medical #Minsa #Rawalpindi #Islamabad
Consultant psychologist at Minsa Medical Centre | Dr Ayesha
Call for an appointment
(051) 4570745
#minsa #minsamedicalcentre #psychologist #medical #rawalpindi #bestmedicalcentreatrawalpindi #bestmedicalcentreatislamabad
To***co use is falling by 5⃣ million people per year.

The reduced number of to***co users have the industry worried. Don’t fall for their tricks, don’t switch to products promoted by to***co and related industries.
It's World Diabetes Day.
More than 4️⃣2️⃣0️⃣ million people have diabetes.

You may have diabetes if you:
🚾 Need to urinate often
🥤 Are thirsty often
🥘 Are hungry constantly
⚖️ Lost some weight
👁️ Have vision problems
😨 Are tired
These symptoms may occur suddenly.
It is to announce that, Minsa Medical Centre is now panel with #GovernmentSehatSahulatProgramme, now you can avail all the services #Free at Minsa Medical Centre, which is under this programme...
Contact us for more information:
(051) 4570745
#bestmedicalcentreatislamabad #minsamedicalcentre #medical #Minsa #Rawalpindi #Islamabad #sehatselalu #sehatsahulat #government #GovOfPak #SehatCard #FreeMedical #HurryUpGuys
It is to announce that, Minsa Medical Centre is now panel with #GovernmentSehatSahulatProgramme, now you can avail the services #Free at Minsa Medical Centre which is under this programme...
Contact us for more information:
(051) 4570745
#bestmedicalcenreatislamabad #minsamedicalcentre #medical #Minsa #Rawalpindi #Islamabad #sehatselalu #sehatsahulat #government #GovOfPak #SehatCard #FreeMedical #HurryUpGuys
Consultant psychologist at Minsa Medical Centre | Dr Ayesha | Discuss on mental health issues
Call for an appointment
(051) 4570745
#minsa #minsamedicalcentre #physiotherapy #medical #rawalpindi #bestmedicalcenreatrawalpindi #bestmedicalcenreatislamabad
50% OFF ON FIRST VISIT ONLY
10% OFF ON FOLLOW UPS
OFFER VALID FOR STROKE PATIENT’S PHYSIOTHERAPY ONLY.
OFFER VALIDITY: 29 OCT 2021
A stroke is treatable. Be stroke safe and take proper care of your health and prevent it. World Stroke Day.
#strokeday #worldstrokeday2021 #strokesurvivor #strokeawareness
#bloodclot #heartstroke #minsamedicalcentre #pakistan
Naat khawani at Minsa Medical Centre
Naat khawan: Muhammad Sadam
#bestmedicalcenreatislamabad #bestmedicalcenreatrawalpindi #medical #Naat #naatsharif #naatstatus #naatshareef #naatemustafa #Naat2021

Minsa Medical Centre is one of the best health centre on saidpur road Rawalpindi,
Our Mission:
“Honest to our principle, we provide the highest possible standards of care and treatment in a professional and compassionate manner to every patient”.

Operating as usual

26/11/2021

Meet our dietician at Minsa Medical Centre | Rakshanda Qureshi
For appointment call (051)4570745
#bestmedicalcentreatislamabad #minsamedicalcentre #bestmedicalcentreatrawalpindi #Minsa

Meet our dietician at Minsa Medical Centre | Rakshanda Qureshi
For appointment call (051)4570745
#bestmedicalcentreatislamabad #minsamedicalcentre #bestmedicalcentreatrawalpindi #Minsa

Photos from Minsa Medical Centre's post 22/11/2021

Consultant psychologist at Minsa Medical Centre | Dr Ayesha
Call for an appointment
(051) 4570745
#minsa #minsamedicalcentre #psychologist #medical #rawalpindi #bestmedicalcentreatrawalpindi #bestmedicalcentreatislamabad

19/11/2021

Meet our dietician at Minsa Medical Centre | Rakshanda Qureshi
Call for an appointment: (051) 4570745
Learn more about Obesity:
Obesity is not just a cosmetic problem. It’s a health hazard. Someone who is 40% overweight is twice as likely to die prematurely as is an average-weight person. This is because obesity has been linked to several serious medical conditions.

On research it is found that people who are 20% or more overweight can gain significant health benefits from losing weight.

Fortunately, even a modest weight loss of 5-7kgs can bring significant health improvements, such as lowering one’s blood pressure and cholesterol levels.

Medical issues associated with Obesity-

These are the common medical issues associated with obesity

1.Heart disease and stroke-

Heart disease and stroke are the leading causes of death and disability. Overweight people are more likely to have high blood pressure, a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke, than people who are not overweight.

The good news is that losing a small amount of weight can reduce your chances of developing heart disease or a stroke. Reducing your weight by 10% can decrease your chance of developing heart disease.

2.Diabetes-

Overweight people are twice as likely to develop type 2 diabetes compared to normal weight people. You can reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes by losing weight and exercise. If you have type 2 diabetes, losing weight and becoming more physically active can help control your blood sugar levels. Increasing your physical activity may also allow you to reduce the amount of diabetes medication you need.

3.Hypertension-

High blood pressure is linked to overweight and obesity in several ways. Having a large body size may increase blood pressure because your heart needs to pump harder to supply blood to all your cells. Excess fat may also damage your kidneys, which help regulate blood pressure. Weight loss that will get you close to the normal BMI range may greatly lower high blood pressure. Other helpful changes are to quit smoking, reduce salt, and get regular physical activity.

4.Cancer–

Several types of cancer are associated with being overweight. In women, these include cancer of the uterus, gallbladder, cervix, o***y, breast, and colon. Overweight men are at higher risk for developing colorectal cancer and prostate cancer.

5.Gallbladder disease-

Gallbladder disease and gallstones are more common if you are overweight. Your risk of disease increases as your weight increases.

6.Osteoarthritis–

Osteoarthritis is a common joint condition that most often affects the knee, hip, and lower back joints. Excess weight places extra pressure on these joints and wear away the cartilage (tissue that cushions the joints) that normally protects them.

7.Sleep Apnea–

Sleep apnea is a serious breathing condition that is associated with being overweight. Sleep apnea can cause a person to snore heavily and to stop breathing for short periods during sleep. The risk for sleep apnea increases as body weight increases. Weight loss usually improves sleep apnea.

8.Gout–

Gout is a disease that affects the joints that is caused by high levels of a substance called uric acid in the blood. The large amount of uric acid can form into solid or crystal-like masses that deposit in the joints. Gout is more common in overweight people and the risk of developing the disorder increases with higher body weights.

9.Fatty liver–

The cause of fatty liver disease is still not known. The disease most often affects people who are middle-aged, overweight or obese, and/or diabetic.

Although there is no specific treatment for fatty liver disease, patients are generally advised to lose weight, eat a healthy diet, increase physical activity, and avoid drinking alcohol. If you have fatty liver disease, lowering your body weight to a healthy range may improve liver tests and reverse the disease to some extent.

10.Pregnancy associated conditions–

Overweight and obesity raise the risk of health problems for both mother and baby that may occur during pregnancy. Pregnant women who are overweight or obese may have an increased risk for

Developing gestational diabetes (high blood sugar during pregnancy)
Having preeclampsia (high blood pressure during pregnancy that can cause severe problems for both mother and baby if left untreated)
Needing a C-section and, as a result, taking longer to recover after giving birth.
Babies of overweight or obese mothers are at an increased risk of being born too soon, being stillborn (dead in the womb after 20 weeks of pregnancy), and having neural tube defects (defects of the brain and spinal cord).
Reaching a normal weight before becoming pregnant may reduce your chances of developing weight-related problems.

11.Depression–

Depression and obesity is a two way street and lead to one another. Excessive weight gain affects body positive image and affects mood. Obesity increases the risk for depression in initially non-depressed people by 55 percent, and depression increases the risk for obesity in initially normal-weight people by 58 percent.

All in all Obesity affects all the major organ systems and quality of life in general and later leads to serious complications. But the solution is simple, losing even a small amount of weight can lower significant risk factors for most medical issues.

And in achieving this goal, lifestyle changes go a long way.

Discuss with your doctor and dietician about the lifestyle changes that suits your requirements.
#obesity #bestmedicalcentreatrawalpindi #bestmedicalcentreatislamabad #minsamedicalcentre #medical #Minsa #Rawalpindi #Islamabad

Meet our dietician at Minsa Medical Centre | Rakshanda Qureshi
Call for an appointment: (051) 4570745
Learn more about Obesity:
Obesity is not just a cosmetic problem. It’s a health hazard. Someone who is 40% overweight is twice as likely to die prematurely as is an average-weight person. This is because obesity has been linked to several serious medical conditions.

On research it is found that people who are 20% or more overweight can gain significant health benefits from losing weight.

Fortunately, even a modest weight loss of 5-7kgs can bring significant health improvements, such as lowering one’s blood pressure and cholesterol levels.

Medical issues associated with Obesity-

These are the common medical issues associated with obesity

1.Heart disease and stroke-

Heart disease and stroke are the leading causes of death and disability. Overweight people are more likely to have high blood pressure, a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke, than people who are not overweight.

The good news is that losing a small amount of weight can reduce your chances of developing heart disease or a stroke. Reducing your weight by 10% can decrease your chance of developing heart disease.

2.Diabetes-

Overweight people are twice as likely to develop type 2 diabetes compared to normal weight people. You can reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes by losing weight and exercise. If you have type 2 diabetes, losing weight and becoming more physically active can help control your blood sugar levels. Increasing your physical activity may also allow you to reduce the amount of diabetes medication you need.

3.Hypertension-

High blood pressure is linked to overweight and obesity in several ways. Having a large body size may increase blood pressure because your heart needs to pump harder to supply blood to all your cells. Excess fat may also damage your kidneys, which help regulate blood pressure. Weight loss that will get you close to the normal BMI range may greatly lower high blood pressure. Other helpful changes are to quit smoking, reduce salt, and get regular physical activity.

4.Cancer–

Several types of cancer are associated with being overweight. In women, these include cancer of the uterus, gallbladder, cervix, o***y, breast, and colon. Overweight men are at higher risk for developing colorectal cancer and prostate cancer.

5.Gallbladder disease-

Gallbladder disease and gallstones are more common if you are overweight. Your risk of disease increases as your weight increases.

6.Osteoarthritis–

Osteoarthritis is a common joint condition that most often affects the knee, hip, and lower back joints. Excess weight places extra pressure on these joints and wear away the cartilage (tissue that cushions the joints) that normally protects them.

7.Sleep Apnea–

Sleep apnea is a serious breathing condition that is associated with being overweight. Sleep apnea can cause a person to snore heavily and to stop breathing for short periods during sleep. The risk for sleep apnea increases as body weight increases. Weight loss usually improves sleep apnea.

8.Gout–

Gout is a disease that affects the joints that is caused by high levels of a substance called uric acid in the blood. The large amount of uric acid can form into solid or crystal-like masses that deposit in the joints. Gout is more common in overweight people and the risk of developing the disorder increases with higher body weights.

9.Fatty liver–

The cause of fatty liver disease is still not known. The disease most often affects people who are middle-aged, overweight or obese, and/or diabetic.

Although there is no specific treatment for fatty liver disease, patients are generally advised to lose weight, eat a healthy diet, increase physical activity, and avoid drinking alcohol. If you have fatty liver disease, lowering your body weight to a healthy range may improve liver tests and reverse the disease to some extent.

10.Pregnancy associated conditions–

Overweight and obesity raise the risk of health problems for both mother and baby that may occur during pregnancy. Pregnant women who are overweight or obese may have an increased risk for

Developing gestational diabetes (high blood sugar during pregnancy)
Having preeclampsia (high blood pressure during pregnancy that can cause severe problems for both mother and baby if left untreated)
Needing a C-section and, as a result, taking longer to recover after giving birth.
Babies of overweight or obese mothers are at an increased risk of being born too soon, being stillborn (dead in the womb after 20 weeks of pregnancy), and having neural tube defects (defects of the brain and spinal cord).
Reaching a normal weight before becoming pregnant may reduce your chances of developing weight-related problems.

11.Depression–

Depression and obesity is a two way street and lead to one another. Excessive weight gain affects body positive image and affects mood. Obesity increases the risk for depression in initially non-depressed people by 55 percent, and depression increases the risk for obesity in initially normal-weight people by 58 percent.

All in all Obesity affects all the major organ systems and quality of life in general and later leads to serious complications. But the solution is simple, losing even a small amount of weight can lower significant risk factors for most medical issues.

And in achieving this goal, lifestyle changes go a long way.

Discuss with your doctor and dietician about the lifestyle changes that suits your requirements.
#obesity #bestmedicalcentreatrawalpindi #bestmedicalcentreatislamabad #minsamedicalcentre #medical #Minsa #Rawalpindi #Islamabad

18/11/2021

Consultant psychologist at Minsa Medical Centre | Dr Ayesha
Call for an appointment
(051) 4570745
#minsa #minsamedicalcentre #psychologist #medical #rawalpindi #bestmedicalcentreatrawalpindi #bestmedicalcentreatislamabad

Consultant psychologist at Minsa Medical Centre | Dr Ayesha
Call for an appointment
(051) 4570745
#minsa #minsamedicalcentre #psychologist #medical #rawalpindi #bestmedicalcentreatrawalpindi #bestmedicalcentreatislamabad

17/11/2021

To***co use is falling by 5⃣ million people per year.

The reduced number of to***co users have the industry worried. Don’t fall for their tricks, don’t switch to products promoted by to***co and related industries.

To***co use is falling by 5⃣ million people per year.

The reduced number of to***co users have the industry worried. Don’t fall for their tricks, don’t switch to products promoted by to***co and related industries.

14/11/2021

It's World Diabetes Day.
More than 4️⃣2️⃣0️⃣ million people have diabetes.

You may have diabetes if you:
🚾 Need to urinate often
🥤 Are thirsty often
🥘 Are hungry constantly
⚖️ Lost some weight
👁️ Have vision problems
😨 Are tired
These symptoms may occur suddenly.

It's World Diabetes Day.
More than 4️⃣2️⃣0️⃣ million people have diabetes.

You may have diabetes if you:
🚾 Need to urinate often
🥤 Are thirsty often
🥘 Are hungry constantly
⚖️ Lost some weight
👁️ Have vision problems
😨 Are tired
These symptoms may occur suddenly.

14/11/2021

It is to announce that, Minsa Medical Centre is now panel with #GovernmentSehatSahulatProgramme, now you can avail all the services #Free at Minsa Medical Centre, which is under this programme...
Contact us for more information:
(051) 4570745
#bestmedicalcentreatislamabad #minsamedicalcentre #medical #Minsa #Rawalpindi #Islamabad #sehatselalu #sehatsahulat #government #GovOfPak #SehatCard #FreeMedical #HurryUpGuys

It is to announce that, Minsa Medical Centre is now panel with #GovernmentSehatSahulatProgramme, now you can avail all the services #Free at Minsa Medical Centre, which is under this programme...
Contact us for more information:
(051) 4570745
#bestmedicalcentreatislamabad #minsamedicalcentre #medical #Minsa #Rawalpindi #Islamabad #sehatselalu #sehatsahulat #government #GovOfPak #SehatCard #FreeMedical #HurryUpGuys

Photos from Minsa Medical Centre's post 13/11/2021

It is to announce that, Minsa Medical Centre is now panel with #GovernmentSehatSahulatProgramme, now you can avail the services #Free at Minsa Medical Centre which is under this programme...
Contact us for more information:
(051) 4570745
#bestmedicalcenreatislamabad #minsamedicalcentre #medical #Minsa #Rawalpindi #Islamabad #sehatselalu #sehatsahulat #government #GovOfPak #SehatCard #FreeMedical #HurryUpGuys

10/11/2021

Consultant psychologist at Minsa Medical Centre | Dr Ayesha | Discuss on mental health issues
Call for an appointment
(051) 4570745
#minsa #minsamedicalcentre #physiotherapy #medical #rawalpindi #bestmedicalcenreatrawalpindi #bestmedicalcenreatislamabad

29/10/2021

50% OFF ON FIRST VISIT ONLY
10% OFF ON FOLLOW UPS
OFFER VALID FOR STROKE PATIENT’S PHYSIOTHERAPY ONLY.
OFFER VALIDITY: 29 OCT 2021
A stroke is treatable. Be stroke safe and take proper care of your health and prevent it. World Stroke Day.
#strokeday #worldstrokeday2021 #strokesurvivor #strokeawareness
#bloodclot #heartstroke #minsamedicalcentre #pakistan

50% OFF ON FIRST VISIT ONLY
10% OFF ON FOLLOW UPS
OFFER VALID FOR STROKE PATIENT’S PHYSIOTHERAPY ONLY.
OFFER VALIDITY: 29 OCT 2021
A stroke is treatable. Be stroke safe and take proper care of your health and prevent it. World Stroke Day.
#strokeday #worldstrokeday2021 #strokesurvivor #strokeawareness
#bloodclot #heartstroke #minsamedicalcentre #pakistan

25/10/2021
19/10/2021

Naat khawani at Minsa Medical Centre
Naat khawan: Muhammad Sadam
#bestmedicalcenreatislamabad #bestmedicalcenreatrawalpindi #medical #Naat #naatsharif #naatstatus #naatshareef #naatemustafa #Naat2021

15/10/2021

🆕 WHO's Global TB Report reveals deaths from tuberculosis rise for the first time in more than a decade due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

1.5 million people died in 2020 and the number will continue to rise unless urgent action is taken

🆕 WHO's Global TB Report reveals deaths from tuberculosis rise for the first time in more than a decade due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

1.5 million people died in 2020 and the number will continue to rise unless urgent action is taken

13/10/2021
06/10/2021

If you are experiencing violence at home during COVID-19 and need to leave in a hurry:

🔴 Identify a friend, neighbour, relative or shelter you can go to.
🔴 Plan how to get there.
🔴 Keep ready essential personal items to take with you.

If you are experiencing violence at home during COVID-19 and need to leave in a hurry:

🔴 Identify a friend, neighbour, relative or shelter you can go to.
🔴 Plan how to get there.
🔴 Keep ready essential personal items to take with you.

05/10/2021
26/09/2021

Dietician at Minsa Medical Centre | Rakshanda Qureshi | Vitamin D + Calcium Deficiency

Dietician at Minsa Medical Centre | Rakshanda Qureshi | Vitamin D + Calcium Deficiency
Call for an appointment
(051) 4570745
#minsa #minsamedicalcentre #dietician #medical #rakshandaqureshi #rawalpindi #bestmedicalcenreatrawalpindi #bestmedicalcenreatislamabad

Minsa Medical Centre, Rawapindi

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Mission Statement

“Honest to our principle, we provide the highest possible standards of care and treatment in a professional and compassionate manner to every patient”.

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Dietician at Minsa Medical Centre | Rakshanda Qureshi | Vitamin D + Calcium Deficiency
Dietician at Minsa Medical Centre | Rakshanda Qureshi
Dr. Muhammad Amer Saleem I Dermatologist I Minsa Medical Centre
Dr Muhammad Ali | Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon | Minsa Medical Centre
Introducing Chiropractor for the first time in Rawalpindi. | Dr Tanin Ullah Fahad @ Minsa Medical Centre

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Kali Tanki, Saidpur Rd, Block E Satellite Town, Rawalpindi, Punjab 46000
Panjab
46000