India accounts for 17% of the total number of people with diabetes in the world.
Increasing urbanization and a clear shift to a ‘modern’ lifestyle have led to a sharp increase in lifestyle-related diseases over the last few decades. His Ayurvedic expert, Amul S. Bahl, shares his ancient knowledge of how Ayurveda provides useful information and valuable solutions to the link between stress and diabetes. doing.
Diabetes and stress: a vicious cycle
- Since the brain and digestive system are directly connected, stress also affects stomach function. The gut nervous system is often referred to as the “second brain” because it contains more neurotransmitters than the central nervous system of the brain.
- It takes longer for the stomach to empty and can cause stomach pain, indigestion, heartburn and nausea. Stress also increases colonic motility, but slows gastric motility. As a result, under pressure, you may experience intestinal urgency and diarrhea.
- High levels of stress hormones cause insulin and other hormones to go out of balance, creating an imbalance. Elevated cortisol levels can therefore increase stress, which in turn can lead to poor sleep, anxiety and indigestion, which directly impacts people with diabetes as elevated cortisol levels can lead to increased insulin resistance. increase.
Managing Diabetic Stress with Ayurveda
- Ayurvedic Nanoseropathy is a unique technology based on traditional Ayurvedic science but practiced in a new scientific avatar. Ayurvedic Nanoseropathy does not require oral medication. To treat or manage internal conditions, simply massage a few drops of oil on key marma points for 15 seconds.
- For example, if you have diabetes, massage 4 drops of the serum under your feet, 5-7 drops on your lower back, and 5 drops on your liver area 2-3 times a day to manage your diabetes. Applying an oil serum to the back of the neck and under the legs for anxiety can reduce stress, calm the mind, increase focus and improve sleep quality. It has low biocompatibility and less toxic side effects when applied topically.
- This method also has a calming and relaxing effect and helps protect the body from stress damage. That is why it is increasingly seen as beneficial in the management of lifestyle diseases such as dyspepsia, dyspepsia, and dyspepsia.
India accounts for 17% of the total number of people with diabetes in the world. Therefore, it is important to understand how closely diabetes and anxiety are related. Additionally, understanding Ayurveda in the aforementioned therapies may help relieve stress and anxiety.Reduce and reverse diabetes, its severity, and related effects, such as Yogic Naturals Mission Diabetes Free India We need more initiatives aimed at
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