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What is the best way to control diabetes, my mother 48, has diabetes since 15 year. Can we go for ayurvedic treatment?

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Asked by Kiran Kumar Reddy, 18 Oct '09 02:53 pm
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You can go for ayurvedic treatment. ayurveda was aware of diabetes hundreds of years before westerners found it. even 13 types of diabetes identified in ayurveda. however not all ayurvedic doctors are good. As it is a holistic science, a lot depends on the doctor as well. so be careful in choosing doctor. also keep checking sugar levels regularly.
Answered by sangeetha, 02 May '10 12:52 pm

 
  
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It is mainly diet & exercise. Homeopathy is good for controlling it.
Answered by RANJAN KARNAD, 18 Oct '09 05:43 pm

 
  
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Check this link www.mvdiabetic dot com
Answered by yusuf syed, 18 Oct '09 03:14 pm

 
  
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Walk 2 two 3 miles evryday
Answered by shambu, 18 Oct '09 02:56 pm

 
  
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If you have Type 1 diabetes, you lack insulin and must administer it several times each day. Insulin injections are usually timed around meals to cope with the glucose load from digestion. You must monitor your blood-glucose levels several times a day and adjust the amounts of insulin that you inject accordingly. This keeps your blood-glucose concentration from fluctuating wildly.

Preventing Diabetes
Type 2 diabetes can be prevented or reduced by exercising frequently and watching your weight, especially as you get older. Take the Diabetes Risk Test to determine your risk for developing diabetes.
There are some implantable insulin infusion pumps that allow you to press a button and infuse insulin. If you inject too much insulin, you can drive your blood-glucose level well below normal (hypoglycemia). This can cause you to feel light-headed and shaky because your brain cells are not receiving enough glucose (mild episodes can be relieved by eating a candy bar or drinking juice). If ...more
Answered by Kishan, 18 Oct '09 02:55 pm

 
  
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