One in every diabetic person in the world is an Indian which gives India the second rank in the world Diabetic Index - indeed a grave situation. There are 77 million diabetics in India. The prevalence of prediabetes is 14 percent in India which is expected to reach 51percent by 2045. The time for us to top the index is not very far. Here comes the importance of Management of Diabetes which is known as ' The Silent Killer' among the medicos. Diabetes gradually affects almost all bodily systems which in the long run makes the person immunosuppressed and susceptible to all types of complications that come along with it. With an awareness of the adverse situation, it is also necessary to know about what diabetes is and how it can be managed.
Diabetes does not happen overnight - a list of wrong lifestyle choices piles up with genetic and environmental factors that gradually lead us to this. A steep increase in type 2 diabetes in children, adolescents, and young people is noticed - all because of the wrong lifestyle. Most of the time people with diabetes do not show any symptoms or significantly mild symptoms. Later when the blood sugar level reaches 200-300 mg/dl, people start experiencing fatigue, unintentional weight loss, excessive thirst, increased urine frequency, constant hunger, slow healing wounds, and frequent infections.
Higher levels of blood sugar in the bloodstream can adversely affect whole bodily functions including nervous and blood circulation, cardiovascular function, kidney function, and eyes.
Diabetes is a long-standing health condition characterized by high levels of blood sugar which means our body is breaking down most of the food we eat into glucose which instead of getting used up is directly released into the blood. Insulin is the hormone that maintains the level of blood sugar in our body which means a high level of blood sugar indicates that either our body is not producing sufficient insulin or the insulin produced does not get used up properly.
1) Type1 Diabetes or Diabetes Insipidus -The pancreas does not produce enough insulin which is genetically predisposed.
2) Type 2 Diabetes or Diabetes Mellitus -The insulin produced does not get used up properly, often resulting from bad lifestyle choices.
3) Gestational Diabetes- Higher glucose levels during pregnancy which usually get resolved after delivery.
4) Prediabetes-Condition where there are high levels of sugar in the blood but not high enough to be type 2 diabetes.Hba1c is the recommended criteria for the appropriate diagnosis of diabetes.
Diabetes comes with the risk of developing serious health complications in the long run such as neuropathy ( nerve damage), nephropathy ( kidney damage), retinopathy ( eye damage), Alzheimer's disease, depression, and heart and blood vessel diseases such as heart attack, stroke is some of them.
Earlier diagnosis and interventions can prevent and reduce the long-term complications of diabetes. Agni Ayurvedic village provides the Best Ayurvedic treatment for diabetes in Mumbai.
Ayurvedic is gravely misunderstood to be home remedies considering diabetes under the group of urinary disorders mentioned under pramehaMadhumeha is approximately correlated with diabetes Mellitus. Other types of diabetes are designated as per the 19 other types of prameha. All these conditions are treated at Agni through regulations of Ahara(diet), Vihara (lifestyle), Aushada ( medicines), and Kriyas ( therapy). At Agni, we optimize the health journey by infusing multidisciplinary approaches like dietetics, yoga, and medicines giving a wider hope to those inflicted to restore health.
The treatment provides metabolic correction and activates the functions of internal organs thereby effectively managing the present disease symptoms as well as its further advancement thereby keeping the patient away from further complications of diabetes.Our panchakarma treatment for diabetes provides a metabolic correction and further helps with lifestyle changes to a healthier one.
We have a success rate of over 90 percent in diabetes treatment. Strictly adherent to traditional Kerala Ayurveda, we have a good track record in the management of both type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Prediabetes is managed here with panchakarma detox, sattvic diet, yoga therapies, and further management advice which helps in managing the condition without medications.