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Disease Reversal

Samprapthi (Stages of Disease)

  • Kaphajanya premeha: Kapha which gets vitiated ( increased) and localized in the urinary bladder, produces prameha by vitiating the kleda (body fluid), sweda (sweat), meda (fat), rasa (plasma) & mamsa (muscle).
  • Pittjanya premeha: Even pitta & raktha (blood) also produce prameha, by vitiating the urinary bladder when kleda (body fluid), sweda (sweat), meda (fat), rasa (plasma) & mamsa (muscle) are depleted.
  • Vatajanya premeha: Even vata also causes prameha, by dragging the dhatus – kleda (body fluid), sweda (sweat), meda (fat), rasa (plasma) & mamsa (muscle) into the bladder when they are depleted. The aggravation of vata is caused by – dahtukshaya (depletion of tissues) and obstruction of its path/movement by the dosha covering it.

HbA1c Level (%) – Result or Control of Blood Glucose Levels

HbA1c is a test that evaluates the long term concentration of glucose in the blood. Red blood cells (RBC) contain a small amount of glucose. When there is more quantity of glucose in the blood for a longer period of time, this causes the RBC glucose or HbA1c levels to increase. For instance, if a high sugar meal is consumed only once, it will not affect the HbA1c levels. However, if a patient continuously consumes a high sugar or unhealthy diet along with lack of exercise for up to 6 – 8 weeks, then the HbA1c levels rises. This test is helpful in understanding a patient’s control of their blood glucose levels as well as those who are likely to develop complications of diabetes.
5.6 – 7.0 – Good Control
7.1 – 8.0 – Fair Control diabetic. Greater chances of developing complications of Diabetes
> 8.0 – Poor Control Diabetic. Most likely already has a complication of diabetes.

Diabetes Complications

Long term effects of diabetes

  • Disease of the heart and blood vessels
  • Nerve damage ( Neuropathy)
  • Kidney damage (Nephropathy)
  • Eye damage (Retinopathy etc.)
  • Foot damage
  • Conditions of the skin and mouth
  • Osteoporosis (weakness of the bones)
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Hearing problems

Ayurveda Treatment for Diabetes

AyurVAID’s Management of Diabetes

1. Santarpanajanya prameha:

The patients of prameha who is strong should be administered shodhana chikitsa (purifactory therapy);

  • Vamana – Therapeutic Emesis
  • Virechana – Therapeutic Purgation
  • Asthapana Vasti – Therapeutic Enema

2. Apatarpanajanya prameha:

While in the case of emaciated & weak patients, shamana chikitsa (palliative therapy) in the form of santarpana (rejuvenation/nourishing) should be administered.

Abundant of herbal & animal products including several metals, minerals incorporated with herbs have been described for the management of prameha in ancient literature. These includes in the form of Kwatha, Arishta / Asava, Churna, Gulika, Rasayana

The method of management, as a composite scheme of

  • Diet control
  • Exercise
  • Yoga asana
  • Purifactory techniques &
  • Medications have all been claimed to be curative value in the literature.

Reversed_diabetesDiabetes Mellitus can not be cured, but it can be successfully managed with proper diet, physical activities and medication if needed. Some may claim that they can cure diabetes through a variety of methods, however once a patient is diagnosed as diabetic; they will always have to monitor their blood glucose levels. Many patients have a very healthy and long life with well controlled diabetes.

Health Outcomes for Diabetes Patients

  • Reduction in blood & urine sugar level
  • No frequent urination, excessive thirst and excessive hunger
  • Observable relief from burning sensation to palm & sole and general tiredness
  • Avoidance of risk factors that includes Diabetic Retinopathy, Diabetic Nephropathy and Diabetic Neuropathy
  • Enhancement in overall well being & quality of life

For More Details, Click Diabetic Complications
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