Diabetes primarily thought as the problems with producing insulin and regulating blood sugar only, but, it is more than that. However, the primary part is definitely a key part of this chronic disease. But, that's just the tip of the iceberg.
Diabetes is like termites, in that it causes slow, hidden, but significant damage in the body. It has been linked to high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity, metabolic syndrome, coronary heart disease, kidney failure, nerve damage that can lead to loss of limbs, cataracts & vision loss, reduced ability to fight infection & inflammation and problems in pregnancy. Most patients with type 2 diabetes die from a heart attack, but because the disease does not have many symptoms, people tend to take it lightly.
Not only Diabetes, but all the dis-eases could be made to reverse to the normalcy, if the ROOT & ROUTE causes could be identified, which could be different for the different people. After knowing them in details, it is obvious to rectify these all to the best possible and to 'do the reverse to' what is causing the disease.
Besides that, as said by the father of medicines (Hippocrates),"As to diseases, make a habit of two things — to help, or at least, to do no harm’; should be considered on high priority. To help the body one should have the know-how of the body mechanism, especially, removing the unwanted stuff (Toxin) from the it to support the vitality or immunity to heal faster and for sure.
There are rarest healing therapies, which we make use of at Aum HEALS, are capable enough to enable to reverse the disease status to health status.
The theme for World Diabetes Day 2018-19 is The Family and Diabetes. A two-year timeframe has been chosen to best align the World Diabetes Day campaign.
Over 425 million people are currently living with diabetes. Most of these cases are type 2 diabetes. Families have a key role to play in addressing the modifiable risk factors for type 2 diabetes and must be provided with the education, resources and environments to live a healthy lifestyle.
1 in 2 people currently living with type 2 diabetes is undiagnosed. Early diagnosis and treatment are key to prevent the complications of diabetes and achieve healthy outcomes. All families are potentially affected by diabetes and so awareness of the signs, symptoms and risk factors for all types of diabetes are vital to help detect it early.
Diabetes can be expensive for the individual and family. In many countries, the cost of insulin injection and daily monitoring alone can consume half of a family’s average disposable income, and regular and affordable access to essential diabetes medicines are out of reach for too many. Therefore, management with an option to reverse it could be only step by such sufferers.