In simple terms, diabetes is a disease that limits our body from utilising the energy of food properly, which leads to the accumulation of high blood sugar levels.

A diabetic patient can suffer from multiple endocrine-type diseases that develop against the background of a deficiency of pancreas hormone in the human body. This chronic problem can increase blood glucose levels and multiple systemic disorders of all major types of metabolism.

The causes of diabetes

A person develops diabetes when there is a violation of the synthesis and secretion of insulin by the pancreas. Insulin is the most important participant in glucose processing, and its malfunction can eventually lead to the deficiency of insulin hormone. There are multiple reasons for the development of diabetes that are usually distinguished:

  • Heredity

  • Addiction to nicotine

  • Limited physical activity

  • Diseases of the pancreas

  • Taking some unprescribed medications

  • Disruption of metabolic and metabolic processes

  • Hormonal disruptions due to menopause

  • High blood pressure

  • Overweight

  • Poor nutrition

  • Severe stress

  • Age over 45

Complications of diabetes

Hyperglycemia is the main sign of the onset of diabetes. If you notice this symptom, it is best to consult a doctor for a physical examination and start taking prescribed meds. In addition to frequent urges for urination, symptoms of diabetes, depending on the degree of development of the disease, can include: Increased sweating

  • Decreased visual acuity

  • Frequent numbness in the limbs

  • Itchy skin

  • Sudden changes in body weight

  • Slow healing of any wounds

  • Muscle weakness

  • Severe fatigue



All modern medicines used by patients who have diabetes can be divided into three groups:

Means for correcting sugar levels - hypoglycemic drugs;

Insulin is an injection replacement for the lack of hormone;

Symptomatic medicines - to monitor and control the symptoms of diseases most often associated with diabetes. Antihypertensive, ophthalmic agents, diuretics, tonic drugs, metabolism correctors, etc. 


Ayurvedic treatment cannot fully replace modern medications. However, taking natural remedies in combination with medication is very efficient. So is prevention. In addition to medications, take hypoglycemic foods, herbs:

  • Peas

  • Zucchini

  • Mushrooms

  • Salad

  • Blueberries

  • Ginger

  • Green tea

  • Cucumbers

  • Cabbage

  • Radish

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