Diseases Diabetes Management

Diabetes Management

An Introduction to Diabetes Management
Diabetes is a disorder characterized by hyperglycemia or elevated blood glucose (blood sugar). Our bodies function at a certain level of sugar in the bloodstream. We generally feel bad when the amount of sugar in our blood runs too high or low. Diabetes is the name given to the condition where the level of blood sugar consistently runs too high. Diabetes is the most common endocrine disorder and can have potential long term complications that can affect the eyes, heart, kidneys, nerves and blood vessels.

Types of Diabetes
Though doctors and patients alike tend to group all patients with diabetes together, the fact lies that there are two different types of diabetes which are similar in their elevated blood sugar, however, different in several other ways. Diabetes is correctly divided into two major subgroups, i.e. Type 1 Diabetes and Type 2 Diabetes. The division is mainly based upon whether the blood sugar problem is caused by the deficiency of insulin, i.e. type 1 or insulin resistance, i.e. type 2. The deficiency of insulin means there is not enough insulin being created by the pancreas due to a malfunction of their insulin producing cells. The resistance of insulin occurs when there is plenty of insulin made by the pancreas, however the cells of the body are resistant to its action which results in the blood sugar being too high.

If you have type 1 diabetes, then the common symptoms will be fatigue as the pancreas do not make adequate insulin to supply the cells that change it to energy. If you have type 2 diabetes, the cells are once again to blame as they do leave more glucose than is essential in the blood. Though the reasons are not totally clear, the general belief is that different types of diabetes are result of genetics and either your surroundings or your lifestyle. If you think you might have diabetes, then the first thing to do would be to consult your doctor to get some tests done. If diabetes is diagnosed, then monitoring your blood glucose is extremely essential. The only treatment required is to maintain a healthy lifestyle through diet and exercise, thus keeping the glucose levels at normal range.

Homeopathy for Diabetes
Homeopathy provides natural remedies for diabetes, which can be of great relief for this condition as it stimulates the internal system of the body. These remedies don't have any side effects as it uses only a small dosage. The main aim of homeopathy is to stimulate the body's ability to heal itself by giving small doses of highly diluted substances that in larger dosage would produce symptoms or illness 'like cures like' principle. Most of the homeopathic remedies are produced by diluting an active material by a process known as trituration/potentisation. It holds the essential qualities and takes out toxins.

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