Manage Diabetes Effectively and Embrace Vitality with Naturopathy at Healthville, India's Foremost Naturopathy Destination
Living a healthy and vibrant life by managing Diabetes is possible with Naturopathy. At Healthville, our proficient Naturopathy practitioners curate personalised strategies to help you conquer diabetes and elevate your vitality by eliminating the root cause of Diabetes.
Start your journey to a Diabetes-free, healthier future with our proven naturopathic solutions, and discover the benefits of naturopathy for diabetes management and holistic wellness.
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The Naturopathic Approaches to Treating Diabetes at Healthville
- Identifying the Underlying Causes of Diabetes:
Our naturopathic approach to treating diabetes starts with understanding the root cause that disturbs blood sugar levels without just focusing on treating the symptoms of diabetes. It helps to make a better treatment plan for managing diabetes.
- Dietary Changes:
Naturopathy treatment for diabetes focuses on consuming healthy and natural diets that regulate blood sugar. The diet emphasises whole natural foods with a low glycemic index and high fibre, anti-oxidant, and Protein content.
- Calorie Utilisation:
Naturopathy focuses on calorie utilisation, which greatly helps reduce blood sugar levels. It includes physical exercises like morning walks, swimming, jogging, cycling, etc.
Natural Medication: naturopathy helps diabetic patients to heal sustainably by using specific herbs to support insulin sensitivity, manage blood sugar, and enhance overall health.
- Naturopathy Diabetes Treatments:
Naturopathic treatments for diabetes encompass a range of holistic practices that not only manage the body’s insulin levels but also treat the other underlying diseases that occur due to diabetes. Some of the effective therapies include:
- General Detoxification-
It helps reduce toxic substances from the body so that the body can utilise the therapies better.
- Gastro-hepatic pack-
It stimulates the pancreas, liver, kidneys, and all abdominal organs and increases metabolism and Excretion, resulting in better diabetes management.
- Hip Bath-
it is a hydro-therapeutic bath technique that increases the function of eliminative organs to treat diabetes and reduce inflammation.
- Deep Tissue Massage-
this technique triggers the tissues to utilise insulin in the body, reducing the associated complications that arise from diabetes.
Reflexology aids diabetes treatment by stimulating specific pressure points on feet and hands, potentially enhancing circulation, reducing stress, and promoting relaxation for improved blood sugar control.
- Immersion Bath-
Immersion baths assist diabetes management by promoting circulation, reducing muscle soreness, increasing immunity and metabolism, reducing stress hormones, and enhancing relaxation. Warm water immersion can aid in improved blood flow and stress reduction.
- Ubtan Massage-
This massage technique aids diabetes management by enhancing blood circulation, skin health, and relaxation. The natural ingredients in ubtan can potentially support overall well-being and contribute to blood sugar control.
It stimulates specific points to enhance energy flow and potentially improve blood sugar control.
- Yoga, Meditation, and Pranayama:
These techniques promote diabetes management by improving insulin sensitivity, reducing stress, and promoting physical activity. Regular practice of yoga, meditation, and pranayama contributes to balancing nadi and increases vitality.
Learn More About Diabetes
Diabetes affects people of all age groups. There are different types of diabetes, but the most common type of diabetes is type 1, type 2, and pre-diabetic condition.
Type 1 Diabetes
This condition is classified as an autoimmune disorder, where the immune system of the body destroys the cells in the pancreas that make insulin.
Type 2 Diabetes
Type 2 diabetes is the most prevalent form of diabetes, where the body either produces insufficient insulin or develops resistance to it, resulting in sugar buildup in the blood.
Prediabetes is a condition that occurs before Type 2 diabetes. In this stage, the blood sugar levels are higher than normal but not yet in the diabetes range. It’s a warning sign that you’re at higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
The symptoms of diabetes depend on the blood glucose level. Some people with type 1 diabetes may face different symptoms than those with type 2 or pre-diabetic patients. Some common type of type 1 and type 2 diabetes symptoms include;
- Frequent urination
- Increased thirst
- Unexplained weight loss
- Increased hunger
- Blurry vision
- Slow healing of cuts or sores
- Tingling or numbness in hands and feet
The symptoms of diabetes depend on the blood glucose level. Some people with type 1 diabetes may face different symptoms than those with type 2 or pre-diabetic patients. Some common type of type 1 and type 2 diabetes symptoms includes;
- Autoimmune response: This causes type 1 diabetes, where the immune system of the body destroys the cells in the pancreas responsible for producing insulin.
- Insulin resistance: Insulin resistance often happens when the body’s cells become less responsive to insulin, causing type 2 diabetes.
- Hormonal imbalance: hormonal imbalance during pregnancy and conditions like acromegaly and Cushing syndrome can cause insulin resistance, leading to gestational diabetes or type 2 diabetes.
- Pancreatic damage: Pancreatitis, pancreatic cancer, or physical damage to your pancreas due to certain surgery or injury can affect its ability to produce insulin, resulting in high blood sugar levels or diabetes.
- Genetic factors: Certain genetic mutations or a family history of diabetes can elevate the susceptibility to the condition.
- Lifestyle factors: Several lifestyle factors contribute to insulin resistance, including obesity, a sedentary lifestyle, an unhealthy diet, stress and poor sleep quality.
Persistent rise of blood sugar levels over an extended period can lead to several acute and long-term complications. The longer you have a high blood glucose level, the higher the chance of complications. The common complications related to diabetes include;
Acute Diabetes Complications:
- Hypoglycemia: Hypoglycemia happens when you have a low blood sugar level. It can lead to confusion, blurred vision, dizziness, unconsciousness, or seizures.
- Hyperglycemia: Hyperglycemia happens when you have a high blood sugar level for a longer period. It can result in symptoms like severe dehydration, fatigue, and confusion that need immediate treatment.
- Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA): It often happens in type 1 diabetes when your body doesn’t have enough insulin. Hence, it breaks down fat instead of glucose for energy, releasing substances called ketones that make your blood acidic. It causes difficulty in breathing, vomiting and loss of consciousness, which can be life-threatening.
- Cardiovascular diseases: Diabetes amplifies the risk of cardiovascular diseases, including coronary disease, heart attack, stroke, and other heart-related problems.
- Nerve damage or neuropathy: high sugar levels in blood injure the blood vessels leading to numbness, tingling, and pain, often in the hands and feet.
- Kidney damage or nephropathy: diabetes can damage the kidney’s filtering system and can result in kidney failure over time.
- Eye problems: Diabetes impairs the blood vessels around the eye, resulting in vision problems and even blindness.
- Foot problems: Degeneration of nerves and inadequate blood circulation can cause infections, sometimes leading to amputation.
- Skin infections: Diabetes can affect the skin’s health and leave the skin more prone to bacterial and fungal infections.
- Hearing impairment: People with diabetes might have a higher risk of hearing loss.
- Alzheimer’s disease: Individuals having type 2 diabetes are at a higher risk of experiencing dementia, such as Alzheimer’s disease.
- Depression and anxiety: People with type 1 and 2 diabetes often experience the symptoms of depression and anxiety.
Gestational Diabetes Complications:
- Preeclampsia: diabetes can lead to Preeclampsia, resulting in elevated blood pressure, excessive protein in the urine, and swelling in the legs and feet.
- Vulnerability to develop type 2 diabetes in the future: Offspring born to mothers with gestational diabetes face a higher chance of experiencing type 2 diabetes or obesity in later stages of life.
- Excess growth in babies: Extra glucose levels in the mother during pregnancy can make the baby grow too large, causing difficulty in birth.
- Provides Personalised Care: Naturopathy treats each individual as unique. Naturopathic treatments are curated by assessing a person’s specific health history, lifestyle, and needs that address the root cause of diabetes.
- Encourages Natural Therapies: Naturopathy harnesses the power of nature to support health and wellness. Without relying solely on medications, Naturopathy focuses on herbal remedies, nutritional guidance, and lifestyle modification to provide effective diabetes solutions.
- Induces no Side Effects: Naturopathy treatments often have fewer side effects than conventional medications. It enables individuals to manage diabetes while safeguarding overall wellness effectively.
- Supports Overall Health: Naturopathy doesn’t just focus on a single physical sign of diabetes; it aims for overall wellness and treats other diseases related to diabetes. It addresses various aspects of your health and improves energy, better sleep, and enhanced immune function.