Diabetes Cure

10 Most Effective Ways of Using Neem!

  By Dr. Mayur Surana, Ayurveda Neem, which is scientifically known as Azadirachta indica, has been used extensively in ayurvedic medicines since ancient times. Several parts of the plant such as the root, stem bark, flower, seed, leaves and seed oil have been found to possess medicinal properties. 1. It is believed…

Diabetic Foot Ulcers: How To Prevent It?

By Dr. Suzi Jacklin , Diabetology Common complications caused by diabetes include poor blood circulation and nerve damage. These issues may make the feet prone to skin sores or ulcers which are difficult to treat, and tend to worsen faster. But with proper foot care and management techniques, these foot ulcers can…

How Exercise Makes It Easier To Control Your Diabetes

By Dr. Shailesh Sahay , General Physician Regular exercise is highly recommended if you are suffering from type 2 diabetes. In addition to taking medications, exercises help in regulating your blood sugar levels. Besides, staying active and fit help you in maintaining your weight levels; thereby keeping a check on diabetes. Running: Running…

Type-2 Diabetes – Living Well With It!

By Dr Upendra Patel , General Physician Type 2 diabetes, also known as non-insulin dependent diabetes, is a chronic state that has an adverse effect on the way your body metabolizes sugar. If you are affected with Type 2 diabetes, your body either combats the consequences of insulin (hormone regulating…

Ayurveda For Diabetes (Prameha)

By Dr. Satish Sawale, Ayurveda What is Diabetes Mellitus? Lack of physical labour, severe pressure of mental work and stress, faulty lifestyle and wrong dietary pattern are some of the factors that lead to Diabetes. In diabetes, the amount of insulin produced by pancreas is reduced quantitatively, which results in the increase…

Lifestyle and Diet for Diabetes Patients

By Dr. Zubeda Tumbi, Dietitian/Nutritionist Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a progressive metabolic disorder caused due to the lack of the hormone, ‘insulin’, in the body. It can be characterised by hallmark signs such as hyperglycaemia (high blood sugar). It is important for a diabetic person to keep his/her diet and lifestyle healthy…

Symptoms and Risks of Diabetes in Pregnancy

By Dr. Meenu Goyal, Gynaecologist There are two types of Diabetes which may occur during pregnancy, Type 1 and Type 2 and together they form the most common complications to pregnant women. Occurrence of diabetes during pregnancy also increases the chances for the new born child to contract diabetes in early…

Why You Should Not Lose Sleep Over Type 2 Diabetes

The famed American activist and author Michael Pollan termed obesity as an epidemic. With close to 400 million people having diabetes in the world, are we not losing this battle? Closer home, it is estimated that India has 67 million diabetic patients. Add to it, another 30 million in the…

A Practical Approach in Managing & Reversing Diabetes Mellitus

-by Dr Ramniwas Prasher Chronic inflammation of adipose tissue is the new dimension added in understanding this complex metabolic disorder practically affecting every type of tissue & organ, although this approach is documented in Ayurveda literature about 5000 years back. There are 20 states of disease conditions of madhumaeha [DM] in…

Lybrate Observes Diabetes Week, 13th-20th Nov, to Educate People about Diabetes

“Diabetes” – the very mention of this disease shoots words like “Old Age” “Sweets”, “Obesity”, and “Helplessness” in your mind. But, diabetes only has a loose association with all these words. It’s a much more serious menace than what people think it is. The disease can clasp anyone in its…