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Thursday, February 28, 2008

Diabetes



Diabetes mellitus is a nutritional disorder, characterised by an abnormally elevated level of blood glucose and by the excretion of the excess glucose in the urine. It results from an absolute or relative lack of insulin which leads to abnormalities in carbohydrates metabolism as well as in the metabolism of protein and fat.

The most commonly-used screening tests are the determination of the fasting blood glucose level and the two-hour postprandial, that is, after a meal. The normal fasting blood sugar content is 80 to 120mg. per 100ml. of blood and this can go up to a level of 180mg. per 100ml. of blood two hours after meals. Anything above these norms can be termed diabetic levels.



Comments ::

The most obvious benefit of the dhanur-asana is that it restores flexibility to the spine. Regular practice will relieve lower back pain and release tension and strain in the upper back and neck area. The alternating stretching and releasing of the abdominal muscles increases blood flow to this area and aids all sorts of digestive disorders and discomforts. Strain or fatigue in the legs is also released after a few repetitions. Extended practice will help develop upper-body strength.


Causes ::

Diabetes has been described by most biological doctors as a "prosperity" disease, primarily caused by systematic over eating and consequent obesity. Not only the overeating of sugar and refined carbohydrates, but also of proteins and fats, which are transformed into sugar, if taken in excess, is harmful and may result in diabetes. Too much food taxes the pancreas and eventually paralyses its normal activity. Grief, worry and anxiety also have a deep influence on the metabolism and may cause sugar to appear in the urine.


Treatment ::



Any successful method for treatment of diabetes should aim at removal of the actual cause of the disease and i building up of the whole health-level of the patient. Diet plays a vital role in such a treatment. The primary dietary consideration for a diabetes patient is that he should be a strict lactovegetarian and take a low-calorie, low-fat, alkaline diet of high quality natural foods. Fruits, nuts and vegetables, whole meal bread and dairy products form a good diet of the diabetic. These foods should be eaten in as r dry a condition as possible to ensure thorough ensalivation during the first part of the process of digestion.

Cooked starchy foods should be avoided as in the process cooking the cellulose envelopes of the starch granules I burst and consequently, the starch is far too easily absorbed in the system. The excess absorbed has to be got rid of by the kidneys and appears as sugar in the urine. With raw starchy foods, however, the saliva and digestive juices in the small intestine regulate the quantities required to be changed into sugar for the body's needs. The unused and undigested portion of raw starchy foods does not become I injurious to the system, as it does not readily ferment.



"Expert doctors on naturopathy and yoga treat you with natural foods, yoga and your daily schedule during your stay will be like this in any naturopathy hospital like this. This is just an example."

The Schedule ::

Time Activity
5 AM -5. 15 AM Morning wake up with Tanasan, Relaxation, Holy & Healthy creative auto suggestion.
5. 15 -6.45 AM Meditation, Prayer, Amritvani, Jalneti, Walking therapy, Kunjal, Dhouti, Basti and THERAPY as required (according to ailment)
6. 45 -7. 00 AM Lemon Juice, Honey and water or Methi and water.
7. 00 -8. 30 AM Yoga
8. 30 -9. 00 AM Swasthya Sadhak's Breakfast, with Juice or Fruit therapy
9.00- 11.30AM Treatment for ailment / Rejuvenation (various therapies)
11. 30-12. 30PM Lunch - Vitalizing food therapy
12. 30 -2. 30PM Relaxation (body, speech and mind), silent relaxed awareness
2. 30 -3. 00PM Fruits or Juice Therapy
3. 00 -6. 45PM Treatment for ailment / Rejuvenation Juice of Fruit Therapy
6. 45PM- 7.45PM Dinner - Treatment or Vitalizing food Therapy
7.45 PM-8.00PM After dinner vajrasan or slow walking or Relaxation
8.00- 10.00PM Group Therapy - (satsang or group dsicussion or self awareness
10.00PM Go to bed with noble spiritual silence


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