Ayurveda Treatment for Type 2 Diabetes

With Ayurveda’s root-cause focus, AyurVAID simultaneously treats the symptoms and the underlying cause of Diabetes (Metabolism – Agni- Dhatu Agni) naturally

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How AyurVAID Can Help You to treat Type 2 Diabetes

With Ayurveda’s root-cause focus, AyurVAID simultaneously treats the symptoms and the underlying cause of Diabetes Mellitus, commonly referred to as Diabetes, naturally, with the help of safe and time tested processes. AyurVAID treats Diabetes & Diabetes Complications through Panchakarma and other classical Ayurvedic therapies and medicines, transformed into time-bound personalized treatment plans. AyurVAID reverses Pre-Diabetes and provides validated outcomes through our Diabetes Type 1 and Diabetes Type 2 treatment programs, apart from preventing Diabetes Complications including Glaucoma, Retinopathy, Diabetic Foot, Diabetic Neuropathy and Non-Healing wounds based on the precision application of Ayurveda principles and processes.

Our Ayurveda regime, rather than just handle the Diabetes symptoms, reduces resistance and ensures effective utilization of glucose, making sure that the sugar levels in the body are in optimum balance and cardio-metabolic risk factors are alleviated. 

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Type 2 Diabetes and complications

Like Type 1 Diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes carries the risk of Diabetes Complications over a long period of time. The most common complications include Heart Disease, Stroke, Kidney Disease, Retinopathy and Nerve Damage, which can lead to a risk of amputation. The list of complications is not pleasant but their risks can be reduced through good diabetes control and attending all diabetic screening appointments. Like many chronic diseases, the diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes at an early stage is beneficial to treatment. Before Type 2 Diabetes develops, most patients exhibit Pre-diabetic symptoms, and if treatment commences at this stage, Diabetes of this type can be preventable. In terms of short term complications of diabetes, ketoacidosis is rare amongst Type 2 Diabetics. However, non-ketonic hyperglycemia is one threat Type 2 Diabetics should be aware of.

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Risk factors of Type 2 Diabetes

  • A number of factors can increase the risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes, which include:

    • Being overweight
    • Having a close family member with Type 2 Diabetes
    • Having high blood pressure
    • Having high cholesterol

    The risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes also increases with age.

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How serious is Type 2 Diabetes?

Type 2 Diabetes is a serious health condition. Following Pre-diabetes or Metabolic Disorder, Type 2 Diabetes can potentially be avoided through diet and exercise. Such a diagnosis can be viewed as a useful, if urgent, wake up call. If resistance to hormone increases, people with Type 2 Diabetes may need to take oral anti-diabetic medications, or take hormonal injections to keep their blood sugar levels stable.

Is there an age where I'm more at risk of Type 2?

Type 2 Diabetes used to primarily be seen in middle-aged adults, and be in contrast to Type 1 Diabetes which is usually diagnosed at a much earlier stage. However, in recent years much younger people have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Type 2 Diabetes is becoming more common amongst adolescents and children. This increase has been connected to climbing levels of obesity.

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We work towards whole person health through classical Ayurveda science. Our Ayurveda case studies are the first-line evidence in Ayurvedic medical literature as they present the original observations from our Ayurveda practitioners. The case studies are published taking patient’s consent and maintaining patient anonymity.