Monday, 23 September 2013
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The two major types of diabetes are type1 and type2. Type1 diabetes occurs virtually when all of the insulin producing cells in the pancreas is destroyed. Whereas Type 2 is non-insulin dependent and can be managed with medication and is more commonly found. Until recently type1 was known as juvenile diabetes because it was commonly diagnosed in children and young adults.
If left untreated diabetes may lead to lots of devastating complications to almost every cell and organ in the body. It becomes difficult even for any accidental wounds to heal or if there is any other ailment for a person of diabetes is a detrimental factor for successful treatment. It is estimated that in India itself, 20 millions of people have Diabetes, and human race spend nearly 20,000 crores per annum for treatment, medicines and other things related to diabetic care and cure.
Homeopathy is a boon for diabetes, especially those with prolonged exposure to this condition. Apart from treating the symptoms, Homeopathy addresses the root of the problem where it boosts the immune system of the body and also triggers the self production of Insulin by pancreatic cells. It almost eliminates the need to take insulin doses after the treatment. Appropriate medication on time will not only help maintaining the sugar levels but will also prevent further progress and complications of disease.