Type 2 Diabetes Solution with Homeopathy
HOW DOES HOMEOPATHY CURE TYPE 2 DIABETES ?
Diabetes is a chronic disease and can be treated through various systems of medicine. Homeopathy has a positive role in early diagnosis through constitutional reforms. Many homeopaths use yoga and naturopathy along with homeopathic remedies. If blood sugar is too high, it is a priority to control high blood sugar to protect it from life-threatening problems. Some homeopathic remedies, called organopathic remedies, can reduce sugar.
What is Type 2 Diabetes?
Due to lifestyle and dietary disturbances, there has been a rapid increase in diabetics in recent years. As a result, millions of new diabetes cases are diagnosed annually worldwide, including in India. Diabetes is a disease in which the body does not make enough insulin, or the insulin it produces is not used effectively. In this condition, the amount of sugar in the blood starts increasing. The condition of too much sugar is known as hyperglycemia. The condition of hyperglycemia can cause severe damage to all other organs of the body.
FOLLOW THESE EASY TIPS:
Instead of consuming large meals, regularly eat small meals every 2-3 hours. Instead of frying vegetables, prefer steaming them. Reduce the intake of sugar, alcohol, and fatty foods in your diet. Eat fiber-rich foods like whole grains and pulses and reduce oil intake. Avoid fried things.
Lifestyle changes are at least half an hour of regular exercise. If you have heart disease, you prefer to take the stairs instead of the elevator or escalator. Sitting in the same position at your workplace for a long time should avoid. Take short breaks if it is impossible to go out and be involved in household chores, and practice yoga at home.
Early detection of its symptoms and treatment can prevent and reduce complications if started. However, if such symptoms persist, then you need to be careful.
Being very thirsty
Weight loss without trying
Getting more infections
Peeing a lot
Numbness in your hands or feet
Wounds that don’t heal
Fatigue/feeling worn out
Yeast infections that keep coming back
Consult your doctor if you have dark rashes around your neck or armpits. These are called Acanthosis nigricans, and they can be signs that your body is becoming resistant to insulin.
Type 2 diabetes can be managed. It can be cured by including exercise in the routine, lifestyle, and diet. In addition, doctors give medicines that help your body use insulin more effectively.
A LIFESTYLE THAT BECOMES SOUR FOR YOUR DIABETES
It is essential to have diabetes because what you eat affects your blood sugar. No food item is strictly off-limits. Focus on eating only what your body needs. Eat lots of vegetables, whole grains, and fruits. Take Limit foods that are high in sugar and fat. Remember that carbohydrates turn into sugar, so pay attention to your carb intake. Try to keep it almost the same from meal to meal. Taking insulin or drugs to control your blood sugar is even more critical.
Maintain stress levels
Blood sugar level rises whenever you are under stress, And when you’re worried, you might not be able to manage your diabetes properly. You may forget to eat right, exercise, or take your medicines. Find ways to de-stress – through deep breathing, yoga, or any other hobby that relaxes you.
In diabetes, there is a high chance of having health problems such as heart, eye, stroke, kidney, nerve damage, blood vessel disease, and foot problems. If you smoke, you are even more likely to have these problems. Smoking can also make it difficult to exercise. Consult your physician about ways to stop smoking.
Watch your wine
It may be easy to control your blood sugar if you don’t get a lot of wine, beer, and liquor. However, it should be within the limit if you choose to drink. Alcohol can make your blood sugar too high or too low. Check your blood sugar before consuming, and take steps to avoid low blood sugar. If you use insulin or take medicines for your diabetes, eat while you drink.
Type 2 Diabetes Diagnosis and Testing
A1C – This is the same as the average of your blood sugar over the past 2 or 3 months.
Fasting Plasma Glucose: It is a fasting blood sugar test. It measures the blood sugar on an empty stomach. It would help if you did not eat or drink water for 8 hours before this test.
Oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) – Check your blood sugar before and 2 hours after drinking sweets to see how the body handles the sugar level.
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Causes of Type 2 Diabetes
Generally, insulin is made by the pancreas. It helps cells turn glucose, one type of sugar, from the food you intake into energy. Those affected by type 2 diabetes make insulin, but their cells don’t use it as well as they should.
At first, the pancreas makes high insulin to get glucose into cells. But eventually, it can’t keep up, and the glucose builds up in the blood instead.
Genes – Scientists have found that different bits of DNA affect how your body makes insulin.
Broken beta cells – Blood sugar gets thrown off if cells that make insulin send out the wrong amount at the wrong time. Then High blood sugar can damage these cells, too.
Extra weight – Being overweight can cause insulin resistance, especially if extra pounds are around your middle.
Metabolic syndrome – People with insulin resistance often have high blood sugar, extra fat around the waist, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol and triglycerides.
Too much glucose from your liver – The liver makes and sends out glucose whenever blood sugar is low. After you eat, your blood sugar increases and your liver will usually slow down and store its glucose for later. But some people’s livers don’t. Instead, they keep cranking out sugar.