About Life in Control

Life in Control is a revolutionary Diabetes Management Program that seamlessly connects doctors with patients to allow you to control your glycemic status and maintain a healthier lifestyle.
Our mobile intervention program for diabetic patients provides you with day-to-day support and real-time guidance to adhere to your treatment plan and manage your glycemic levels.

Our coaches and experts work collaboratively with you to keep you healthy and motivated.

With Life in Control, Doctors can deliver high-quality care to patients at all times using a web-browser based Diabetes Management Solution that provides holistic patient information, alerts, laboratory trends, regular updates with treatment plans, goals and access to patients’ family.



How our programs work


For Doctors

We are your partner in your disease management journey. We understand the challenges and time it takes to provide comprehensive care for your patients. We understand the challenges…more

For Patients

Diabetes is not a disease but a deterioration of certain bodily functions that is an outcome of lifestyle choices. Despite the best efforts by your diabetic doctor, who is an expert in medical treatments…more

For Patient’s family

Diabetes is not a disease but a deterioration of certain bodily functions that is an outcome of lifestyle choices. Making healthy lifestyle choices and sticking to them requires unwavering family support for…more

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My child is a Type 1 diabetic. How do I know he is hypoglycemic while sleeping at night?

This is a valid concern for all parents who have a child with Type 1 diabetes. Lots of children with Type 1 diabetes have hypoglycemic conditions while sleeping at night. The symptoms are mild and the child may not wake up. This can become a severe condition if blood glucose levels drop further. Look for signs of hypoglycemia which include: Ø Cold skin Ø Fast breath Ø Tremors Ø Dry skin Ø Profuse sweating Ø Frequent moving while sleeping etc

I have been diabetic for the past 10 yrs and one of my friends recently suggested that I switch to red wine over other alcohol to help avoid Cardiovascular diseases. How far do you support this ?

My understanding is that the only thing we know for sure in this case is that alcohol lowers your blood suger levels. The medical community does seem to regard red wine as better for the heart than other alcohol, but there are a lot of other factors in play such as genes, other diets and lifestyle I suggest that you try replacing alcohol with red-win for a short period and record your vitals using some of the many mobile apps . Show the results to your doctor to see whether this would, in fact help you.

Does my risk for Diabetes change after I quit smoking?

Yes, your diabetes risk decreases after you quit smoking. However, people who quit smoking have often reported an increase in their weight which increases your risk so keep an eye on your weight after quitting!

Before starting an exercise , what are the measures to be taken by people who haven't recently been active ?

Go for a medical check up for fitness level and detection of diabetic complications like retinopathy, circulatory problems and blood pressure. Exercises should be started on doctor or trainer advise.

What are the precautions to be taken to prevent low sugars for diabetic patients during exercise?

Monitor your blood-suger level before the exercise and keep a glucose snack ready incase the symptoms for low-blood sugar appear. Make sure you drink enough water and eat food before exercising.

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