Manage the Sugary Disease with the SWEETNESS OF HOMOEOPATHY

Understanding Diabetes Diabetes mellitus is a condition in which the normal mechanism of the body for controlling the level of glucose (sugar) in the blood stream gets affected. Insulin, is the hormone that is required to convert sugar into energy needed for daily life. If the body becomes deficient in insulin, cells find it difficult to absorb glucose, which then increases in level, first in blood and then in urine. Due to glucose loss, body cells begin to exploit other valuable sources of fat and proteins as alternate energy sources. Consequently, a rapid weight loss is a usual outcome. Besides … Continue reading Manage the Sugary Disease with the SWEETNESS OF HOMOEOPATHY

PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF DIABETES THROUGH AYURVEDA IN CONTEXT OF MODERN LIFESTYLE by Dr Sudarshan Hande

Diabetes was known to Indians from Vedic period by the name Asrava (Prameha). Diabetes is also known as Madhumeha in Ayurveda. Madhumeha (Diabetes Mellitus) has become a global problem in spite of advances in modern science. India has been projected by WHO as the country with the fastest growing population of Diabetic patients. Continue reading “PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF DIABETES THROUGH AYURVEDA IN CONTEXT OF MODERN LIFESTYLE by Dr Sudarshan Hande”

PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF DIABETES THROUGH AYURVEDA IN CONTEXT OF MODERN LIFESTYLE by Dr. Reena Arora

What is diabetes?

Diabetes is increase of sugar level in blood which may be due to decrease in insulin hormone in blood or excess of sugar intake. According to Ayurveda, Diabetes is called Madhumeh which is a type of Prameh. Continue reading “PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF DIABETES THROUGH AYURVEDA IN CONTEXT OF MODERN LIFESTYLE by Dr. Reena Arora”

Prevention & Management of Diabetes Through Ayurveda in Context of Modern Lifestyle by Dr. Sanket Annasaheb Ghawate

I , Ayurveda & Diabetes

In my title ‘I’ word may be seems very strange ; but actually it’s  fact. Everyone has no Diabetes but due to our current modern lifestyle everyone has prone to Diabetes. India is already capital of Diabetes since 2000. Simply Diabetes means your blood glucose is too high. This is one of the life threatening chronic disease having high mortality rate in our country due to altered in lifestyle. Continue reading “Prevention & Management of Diabetes Through Ayurveda in Context of Modern Lifestyle by Dr. Sanket Annasaheb Ghawate”

PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF DIABETES THROUGH AYURVEDA IN CONTEXT OF MODERN LIFESTYLE by Dr. Ravi Bhagvanjibhai Jotania

Ever wondered what if the wheel and fire were not put into practice? The evolution story might have taken a different turn altogether. We have entered from wheel to website era. But unmindfully and along with comforts of mankind many diseases have also pursued. Continue reading “PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF DIABETES THROUGH AYURVEDA IN CONTEXT OF MODERN LIFESTYLE by Dr. Ravi Bhagvanjibhai Jotania”

PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF DIABETES THROUGH AYURVEDA IN CONTEXT OF MODERN LIFESTYLE by Dr. M.N.Patrudu

Diabetes is a global endemic with an exponential increase in numbers with 30 million people in 1985, whereas, 415 million in 2015. Diabetes was well described, classified and provided valuable guidance for the prevention and treatment by renowned Ayurveda physicians in 100-600BC. Continue reading “PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF DIABETES THROUGH AYURVEDA IN CONTEXT OF MODERN LIFESTYLE by Dr. M.N.Patrudu”

Madhumegam (Diabetes Mellitus) in Siddha system

  1. Introduction:

In Siddha system of medicine, diseases are classified into 4448 types. According to sage Yugi Vaithiya Chinthaamani, Meganoi is classified into 20 types. Madhumegam is one among them, which comes under Pitha type called Thithippu Neer and it could be correlated with Diabetes Mellitus in modern system.

1.1. Definition:

Mathumegam is a clinical condition characterized by frequent and excessive passage of urine with ‘sweetness’ eventually leading to deterioration of seven body constituents. Continue reading “Madhumegam (Diabetes Mellitus) in Siddha system”