What is diabetes?
Diabetes is considered as a metabolic disorder when the body is not able to utilize the glucose which is produced at the digestion process. When the digestion process occurs, the consumed food contain carbohydrate which is broken down into glucose. The cells get energy from glucose. To use the glucose for energy purpose a hormone is needed which is named as insulin. But people suffering from diabetes do not have an adequate amount of insulin in the body or if the insulin is produced it cannot be converted into energy. This might lead to the risk of heart disease, kidney failure, and stroke. One of the best ways to cure this issue is with Ayurvedic Medicine of Diabetes.
What does diabetes mean in Ayurveda?
In Ayurvedic terms, diabetes is referred to as Madhumey. In the Ayurveda, Diabetes Treatment focus ison avoiding the intake of sugar as well as carbohydrates.
Causes of Diabetes
There are some factors which are responsible for diabetes are the intake of food which is difficult to digest (fried food and cream). In addition to this, not doing exercise, excessive sleep, stress, eating too much, intake of sugar in excess, eating too much protein as well as fat, and overweight. All these factors play a major role in causing the issue of diabetes. Diabetes Ayurvedic Medicine is very helpful in effectively treating the issue.
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Ayurvedic Diabetes Treatment
In Ayurveda, diabetes medicine work on different things. It helps in treating the problem from internally by purifying Panchakarma with different procedures such as Vasti, Vamana, and Virechana. The treatment is given by identifying the severity of the condition. With the help of natural remedies, the focus is on enhancing the sensitivity to insulin type 4 glucose receptors. With this, the focus is also on increasing the insulin secretion as well as regeneration of beta cells.
Diet and lifestyle advice
There are some ways which Ayurveda suggest to include in your lifestyle to control the problem.
- You should include garlic, spinach, black, plum, and raw banana in your diet.
- You should not eat fruits like grapes, mangoes, and pineapple.
- You should include whole grains such as brown rice, pasta, and wheat bread.
- You should avoid sweet, sour, salty food, sweet potatoes, yams, fresh grains, spicy food, and whole yogurt.
- You should not sleep during the day as it aggravates the kledakaKapha.
- You should do lightweight exercise which can include brisk walking for 30 to 40 minutes in the morning as well as in the evening.
- You should do yoga such as balasana, vajrasana, dhanurasana, pranayam, Surya Namaskar Sarvangasana, and halasana.