Diabetes mellitus symptoms are: Exhaustion or feeling of weak ness, excessive thirst, increased frequency in urination, excessive hunger, slow healing of wounds and boils.
Due to deficiency in insulin secretion or reduction in its biological effectiveness, there is increased concentration of glucose in the blood stream. This condition is known as Diabetes Mellitus. Diabetes is a failure of the body’s energy-regulating system and it affects every part of the body. The normal blood sugar range is – fasting 90-110 and PP (after meal) 120-160 mg per 100 ml. Heredity, obesity, irregular diet patterns and stress are the contributing factors for diabete.
Exercises decrease insulin requirements of a diabetic. By avoiding sugar intake and with regular brisk walk and consumption of not more than 1500 calories a day, many diabetics can effectively control blood sugar levels within the safer limits. Eat more natural fiber-rich food, low in fats and proteins. Use whole grain products, potatoes, pulses, salads, sprouts and vegetables. On rising in the morning, take one teaspoonful of broken fenugreek granules with water, not in powder form. Avoid refined and processed food. For treatment particulars – consult chart.
Hepatitis is actually not a disease, but a symptom or a sign of an underlying disease – viral hepatitis (infectious or serum), gall stones, Cirrhosis of the liver, alcoholic hepatitis, cancer of the bile duct, tumors of the pancreas and even drug reactions.
Liver is a very tough organ and it has two-and – half times the capacity than what we normally need. It is damaged only when excessively overloaded or affected through alcoholic indulgence, etc. The liver’s best known function is secretion of bile which is…..