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Ayuvedic Medicines For Diabetes
Below listed Ayurvedic medicine are worlds best Ayurvedic medicine for diabetes. These products are very effective gives 100% effective results. These products are very effective and 100% safe for use. Regular use of these herbals products controls diabetes level instantly without any side effects.
What is diabetes?
Diabetes is a disease which is also called as Diabetes Mellitus. Most of the food a person eats turns into glucose, which is main source of energy. In human body there is an organ, namely pancreas, near the stomach, which makes a hormone called Insulin and then insulin helps to get the glucose made from food into the cells of human body which is used for energy. And when the pancreas does not make adequate insulin or insulin production is enough but it cannot get the glucose in to the cells then glucose remains in blood instead of reaching to cells and this causes sugars to build in the blood, referred as blood sugar. And this is called diabetes.
Types of diabetes –
• Insulin dependent diabetes (Type 1 diabetes) –
This is usually develops in children and teenagers that is why it is called ‘juvenile diabetes’.
But this can be developed in adults or at any age. In this type, the pancreas does not make enough insulin as it is unable to produce insulin because of which sugar level in blood gets very high. In this the patient has to take insulin injections for their rest of life that is why it is also called as insulin dependent diabetes.
• Non-Insulin dependent diabetes (Type 2 diabetes) –
This is usually develops in adults or at old age hence it is also called as ‘adult onset diabetes’. But this can be seen at younger age.
In this type, the pancreas produces insulin but that are not enough to get the glucose into the cells. Hence there is no need to take insulin injections on daily basis that is why it is also called as Non-Insulin dependent diabetes.
Symptoms of Diabetes –
• Increased urine – because of lack of insulin in body all the glucose will be released through urine and the person will go to bathroom very frequently.
• Increased thirst – since the person will go to toilet more frequently , all the liquid of the body will be released and he will require liquid more than usual.
• Increased fatigue- the glucose is converted into energy into the blood and since the insulin is not produced, the energy will also not be produced and the person will get tired more often.
• Increased hunger- since the insulin is not working properly, therefore the energy is not produced and the body will require more energy in the form of food.
• Overweight- since the person will eat more intensely, his weight will be increased.
• Unusual weight loss- this can be seen in type 1 diabetes.