Diabetes is a disorder related to metabolism. It occurs due to a deficiency of insulin hormone which regulates blood sugar levels. It affects all parts of the body as high sugar levels in the bloodstream resist them from getting energy by using glucose in the bloodstream. In the olden days, diabetes is considered a rich man disease due to unhealthy eating habits and physical inactivity in them but it is affecting even children these days irrespective of their economic status of the person.
Diabetes and its types
Diabetes has majorly 2 types. They are:
Type1 diabetes: it is termed juvenile diabetes as it has appeared in children and young adults. It is an insulin-dependent disease. It occurs when the body doesn’t produce insulin hormone or the body is resistant to using produced insulin hormone to break down glucose in the bloodstream to produce energy. There is no cure for type1 diabetes but with proper medication and lifestyle changes, they can manage blood sugar levels to avoid further complications.
Type2 diabetes: 95% diabetes cases are type2 diabetes. It is more prevalent in elder people and it mainly occurs due to dietary faults. Another reason for type2 diabetes is unhealthy lifestyle habits. Prevention of type2 diabetes is better than maintaining it. Once type2 diabetes is affected, the patient needs to monitor sugar levels frequently and take insulin supplements when needed. Not all people with type2 diabetes need insulin supplements. It can be well managed with regular timely medication and healthy lifestyle changes.
Other than these two, one more type of diabetes is there which can disappear once the patient delivers the baby. It occurs during pregnancy and is called gestational diabetes.
Common causes of diabetes:
- Genetics and family history
- Physical inactivity
- Physical and mental stress
- Smoking and drinking
- Viral, fungal, or bacterial infections in childhood and autoimmune diseases (specific to type1 diabetes)
- Obesity (specific to type2 diabetes)
- Increased thirst
- Frequent urination
- Extreme hunger
- Unexplained weight loss
- Presence of ketones in the urine
- Blurred vision
- Slow-healing sores
Gender-specific symptoms of type 2 diabetes:
- Dry and itchy skin
- Frequent yeast infections or urinary tract infections
- Decreased sex drive
- Erectile dysfunction
- Decreased muscle strength
Homeopathy Treatment for diabetes
Homeopathy treatment for diabetes is safe and very effective in keeping the sugar levels under control, stimulating insulin secretion, and promoting insulin usage by cells. Diabetes treatment in homeopathy controls side effects from conventional treatment and prevents or slows down the progress of diabetes to all parts of the body to avoid further complications like heart diseases, eye problems, nerve problems, kidney problems, etc.
Constitutional Homeopathy Treatment for diabetes –Homeocare International
Diabetes is a Systemic disease and in the long term affects almost all the important organs in the human body, and keeping this disease in control is very important. To treat these types of systemic diseases Constitutional homeopathy treatment is required and our expert homeopathy doctors at Homeocare International provide the advanced constitutional homeopathy treatment for diabetes based on the detailed history of the patient i.e. individualized treatment.
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