What is Diabetes in Ayurveda?
Before we start discussing the Ayurveda treatment for diabetes, let’s take a look at what diabetes means in Ayurveda.
In Ayurveda, diabetes is connected with and referred to as a urinary abnormality. All-in-all, there are twenty types of diabetes concerns. Out of those twenty, the most common type of diabetes is Diabetes mellitus.
What is Pre Diabetes and its symptoms?
Do you know many people ignore the initial signs and symptoms of Diabetes and ultimately it gets converted into full-blown diabetes?
This initial condition is also known as the “Prediabetic condition” is a crucial stage, if taken care of at the right time can prevent the onset of diabetes type-2.
- You can experience blurry vision
- There can be excessive thirst and frequent urination
- There can be increased instances of urinary tract infections and other types of infections
- Increased irritability, nervousness or anxiety
- Itchy skin, cold hands and feet
- Occurrence of thick, dark, velvety patches on your skin (especially near armpits, neck and elbows)
- Unexplained weight loss
- Unusual fatigue
- Slow healing of wounds
Types of Diabetes in Ayurveda
According to Ayurveda, there are twenty types of Prameha – four types can crop up because of vata, six occur because of pitta and 10 occur because of kapha. Madhumeha, a subtype of Prameha is characterised by urine that is sweet and is co related with diabetes.
Primarily we have two types of Prameha that are common in Ayurveda:
As per Ayurveda, Avarana occurs because of a blockage in the paths of channels. The blockage may be caused by aggravated Kapha. This causes adult-onset diabetes. On the other hand, Dhatukshaya refers to the depletion of tissues in the body. This can cause juvenile diabetes.
Diabetes in Ayurveda
Vaidyaratnam is a well-known Ayurvedic brand that offers a range of herbal medicines and remedies for various health conditions, including diabetes. Some of the herbal medications for diabetes are Nishakathakadi Kashayam, Chandraprabha Vati, Nisha Amalaki Churna, Dhanwantharam Kashayam.
Panchakarma is a traditional Ayurvedic therapy that involves a series of therapeutic treatments aimed at restoring balance to the body and improving overall health. While Panchakarma therapy may not be a cure for diabetes, it is believed to have potential benefits for managing the condition and improving overall health.
Yoga is a form of physical activity that has been shown to have potential benefits for people with diabetes. Regular yoga practice may help improve blood sugar control, reduce stress and inflammation, and promote overall health and well-being.
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