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Diabetes is one of the most talked about diseases across the world and especially in India. The diabetes capital of the world with as many as 50 million people suffering from type-2 diabetes, India has the challenge to face. Although, medical experts say that timely diagnosis and right management can go a long way in helping patients lead a normal life. According to Ayurveda, it is classified as a Maha Rog (Major Disease) because, if not treated in time, it can lead to several complications in the body, including joint pain, eye problems, kidney failure, impotence, sexual and urologic problems, and more. There are several myths revolving around Diabetes and it’s our duty to break the myths about it so that people can make wise choices and are able to cope with it.

MYTH 1

IF YOU SHOW NO SYMPTOMS OF DIABETES, YOU ARE FINE

The majority of people with diabetes don’t know about it, which means there are no symptoms. Prediabetic condition (HbA1C-5.7-5.9%) is also fatal as it causes changes in the body internally. The only way to recognise that whether you are suffering from it or not is by doing regular follow up with the doctor and regular blood sugar tests.

MYTH 2

ONCE YOU ARE DIAGNOSED, YOU HAVE HAVE TO CUT DOWN ON ALL CARBOHYDRATES

This is not true. You must have carbohydrates, as they are the only source to provide energy to the body and to the brain. You just need to choose them carefully like instead of taking refined carbohydrates you can opt for whole grain, oats, whole wheat flour, daliya, jowar, ragi, bajra, kuttu all of which release sugar slowly in the body. So helps in maintaining your blood glucose levels.

MYTH 3

SLIM PEOPLE DON’T HAVE DIABETES

Slim people have fewer chances of developing diabetes but this does not mean that they can never develop it as there are other factors also which leads to diabetes such as heredity, smoking, poor sleep, alcohol, lack of exercise.

MYTH 4

THERE IS NO WAY TO REGULATE YOUR SUGAR LEVEL EXCEPT BY AVOIDING SUGAR

This is totally untrue. There are many food products which by inculcating in the diet helps in regulating your blood glucose level such as fish, cinnamon powder, wheat grass juice, methi dana (fenugreek seeds) and paneer doda.

MYTH 5

DIABETES IS AN INDIVIDUAL CONDITION, IT CANNOT LEAD TO OTHER PROBLEMS

Unfortunately, it can be the kick-off point for other ill health conditions, such as heart disease, erectile dysfunction, sleep apnea, kidney function disorder, eye problems and so on, as slowly it aggravates all doshas and causes above health condition.

MYTH 6

IT’S NOT SAFE FOR DIABETICS TO EXERCISE

Actually, exercise help people with diabetes in maintaining blood sugar level. Exercise helps in increasing your insulin production in the body and helps tissue to absorb insulin for the digestion of the glucose produced by food in the bloodstream. Diabetes being Kapha disease- metabolism tends to slow down affecting overall health. regular exercise helps maintain a good metabolism.


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