Healing Options for Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes is a common disease which occurs when your body cannot maintain proper insulin levels.

This results in your pancreas making too much insulin, and then consequently, not having enough. Although the complications from Type 2 Diabetes can be severe, prevention and catching it early make a world of difference.


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“The prevalence of type 2 diabetes continues to increase at an alarming rate around the world, with even more people being affected by prediabetes.” [ncbi]




1.  Paschimottan Asana

“It is also known as the forward seated bend.It is a beneficial yoga asana for diabetics. It stimulates the function of your kidneys, liver and pancreas. This helps in filtering out toxins and excessive sugar content from your body, bringing down your blood sugar levels as a result.”

“Steps to do it:

·         Sit on flat surface, stretch your legs in front and straighten your back.

·         Inhale, take your arms above your head and stretch your back.

·         While exhaling bend your body forward from the hip joints as much as your body allows comfortably.

·         Place your hands on your toes, pull the toes towards your body and put your forehead on your knees.

·         Continue breathing deeply in this posture for 30-40 seconds.

·         Inhale and slowly come up vertebra by vertebra to relax the pose.

·         Repeat twice.”

2.  Mayur Asana

“Mayur asana helps keep high blood sugar levels in control by boosting the function of your, pancreas, liver and kidneys. It may seem a little difficult in the beginning, but you will be able to do it with regular practice.  It is also known as the ‘peacock pose’.

Steps to do it:

·         Stand on a floor mat, kneel down and widen the gap between your knees.

·         Place both arms between the legs and put your hands on the floor with your fingers pointing towards your body (your wrists are touching each other lightly).

·         In this sitting position, touch your forehead to the floor.

·         Stretch out the right leg and then the left leg straight behind you with only toes touching the floor.

·         Make sure you’re your body weight is resting on your forehead, hands and toes.

·         Now slowly raise the head off the floor and lift your toes too.

·         Your body is parallel to the floor.

·         Hold the pose for 10 seconds and slowly come down to release it.”

3.  Gomukh Asana

“Gomukh asana is also called the cow head pose. It helps in countering high blood sugar levels in diabetics by improving the kidney and pancreatic function as well as by enhancing your digestion.

Steps to do it:

·         Sit on a floor mat with both legs stretched out together in front.

·         Fold the left leg and put it over the right thigh. The left heel touches the right hip on the outside.

·         Now bend the right knee and place the right heel next to the left hip.

·         Lift up your right arm, bend it behind your head and point your right elbow towards the ceiling.

·         Take the left arm behind your back from below and grip fingers of both hands together.

·         Keep your head straight and breathe normally for 30-40 seconds in this pose.

·         Relax and return to the original sitting position.

·         Repeat the same steps with the alternate side.”


4.  Hal Asana

“The hal asana or the plough pose activates your pancreas and spleen. It also boosts your liver and kidney function that helps lower high blood sugar levels in diabetics.

Steps to do it:

·         Lie down on your back on a floor mat with your palms on the floor and arms next to your body.

·         While inhaling lift both legs up till they make 90-degree angle with the floor.

·         Exhaling, keep both legs straight and lower them behind your head.

·         Make sure your chin is touching your chest and your toes are touching the floor.

·         Take normal breaths and hold the pose as long you comfortably can (up to a 30-60 seconds).

·         While inhaling raise both legs up very gradually and while exhaling gradually bring them back to the ground to release the pose.”

5. Ardh Matsyendra Asana

“It is also known as the half fish pose. It is a great yoga asana for diabetics as it helps in stimulating the pancreas. Though it looks like a complex posture initially, it is easy to practice if done step by step.

Steps to do it:

·         Stand on a floor mat and keep both legs stretched out straight in front.

·         Now bend your right leg, take it over your left knee and place your right foot on the floor so that it touches the left knee on the outer side.

·         Bend your left leg, place your left heel beside the right hip.

·         Make sure your body is relaxed and both the hips are on the floor.

·         Lock your right knee on the outer side with your left elbow and hold your right ankle (if you can’t reach till your ankle, grasp the calf muscles of the right leg instead).

·         Turn your upper body to the right side and put your right arm behind on your back.

·         Look over the right shoulder, close your eyes and breathe deeply for 20-40 seconds in this pose.

·         Exhale, release the pose and relax.

·         Repeat the same steps on the other side of the body.”

6.  Supta Vajrasana

“Supta Vajrayana is an extended version of the vajrasana. It is also known as the sleeping diamond pose. It is an excellent yoga posture for diabetics. It helps stimulate the pancreatic function and lowers high blood sugar levels.

Steps to do it:

·         Sit in Vajrayana with our knees touching the floor and your buttocks resting on your heels.

·         Keep your back straight, place your hands on the ground next to the buttocks.

·         Bend the elbows, rest them on the floor as you slowly move your upper body backward.

·         Lower the head backward till it touches the ground.

·         Bring your hands on your chest in namaskar mudra or cross both arms under your head and hold the pose.

·         Breathe deeply for 20- 30 seconds.

·         With the support of your elbows slowly return to the initial pose and relax.”

7.  Dhanur Asana

“Dhanur asana or the bow pose is a great asana for countering diabetes. It stimulates the vital organs in the abdominal area and helps keep blood sugar in check.

Steps to do it:

·         Lie down on your tummy on a floor mat.

·         Keep your arms beside your body on either sides and keep your legs two feet apart.

·         Breathe in deeply and as you breathe out, fold your knees and hold the ankles with your hands.

·         While inhaling pull your chest off the ground and pull your legs up straight on the tips of your feet.

·         Look straight ahead, stretch the body like a bow and hold the posture with only your tummy touching the ground.

·         Continue to take deep breaths for 15-20 seconds in this pose.

·         While eExhaling, slowly release the pose and come back to resting position.”


8.  Manduk Asana

“Manduk asana is known as the frog pose in English. It is an excellent yoga posture for keeping blood sugar levels under check in diabetics.

Steps to do it:

·         Sit in Vajrayana with our knees touching the floor and your buttocks resting on your heels.

·         Keep your back straight and relax your shoulders.

·         Now widen the gap between both knees in this position (manduk sitting).

·         Bring both knees together so that they are touching each other.

·         Make fists with both hands and place them on either side of the navel.

·         Exhaling bend your body forward till your forehead touches the ground.

·         Breathe normally in this pose for 10-20 seconds.

·         While inhaling slowly come up and relax the pose.

·         Repeat this asana twice.”

9.  Vriksha Asana

“Vriksha asana or the tree pose is another effective asana for controlling your blood sugar levels. It helps regulate the secretion of insulin from your pancreas and keeps you free from symptoms of type 2 diabetes.

Steps to do it:

·         Stand n a flat surface with your legs together and hands by your side.

·         Lift your right foot and place it on the inner side of the right thigh.

·         Make sure the toes of the right foot are pointing toward the floor.

·         Bring your palms in front of your chest and join them in namaskar mudra.

·         While breathing in raise your joined hands over your head.

·         Hold this pose and breathe normally for 10-20 seconds.

·         While breathing out bring your hands down, place your leg on the floor and relax.

·         Repeat the same steps with the other leg.

·         You may repeat the entire procedure 2 to 3 times.”


10.  Yogamudra Asana

“This yoga asana is beneficial for diabetics as it helps stimulate pancreatic function.

Steps to do it:

·         Sit in padmasana or ardh padmasana on the floor mat.

·         Take both hands behind your back.

·         Make a loose fist with the right hand.

·         Hold the right fist with the left hand.

·         While breathing in, take your head up and bend it slightly backward.

·         While breathing out, bend your upper body forward till your forehead touches the floor.

·         Make sure your hands are in the same position behind your back.

·         Continue taking normal breaths in this pose for 20-30 seconds.

·         While inhaling slowly lift your body up vertebra by vertebra and relax.”

11.  Shalabh Asana

“Shalabh asana is also known as the locust pose. It helps in controlling blood sugar levels in diabetics and improves digestion.

Steps to do it:

·         Lie down on your tummy on the floor on a mat.

·         Keep your legs together and place your palms facing down under your shoulders.

·         Breathing in pull your upper body up till your navel area on the strength of your spine.

·         Keep your elbows close to your body, pull back your shoulders and feel the stretch in your back.

·         Take 5 to 10 deep breaths in this pose.

·         Exhale and bring your body down to the ground.

·         Repeat this pose thrice.”

“Make sure you practise these asanas on a regular basis. Learn and practise them under an expert’s guidance till you can do them efficiently. Do not force your body at any stage. Do as much as your body can comfortably stretch out in the beginning.” [1]




1. Uranium nitrate. [Uran]

“This remedy is praised highly by Hughes and others in diabetes originating in dyspepsia. It has polyuria, polydipsia, dryness of the mouth and skin. It causes sugar in the urine. Dr. Laning said that no remedy gives such universally good results; it lessens the sugar and quantity of the urine; he recommended the 3X trituration. It is when the disease is due to assimilative derangements that Uranium is the remedy, and symptoms such as defective digestion, languor, debility and much sugar in the urine, enormous appetite and thirst, yet the patient continues to emaciate. Syzygium jambolanum is a remedy capable of diminishing the amount of sugar in the urine, especially when used in the tincture and lower triturations, and some cases have been reported cured, but it cannot be considered a reliable drug , and its use seems entirely palliative.”

2. Phosphoric acid [Phos]

“corresponds to diabetes of nervous origin; the urine is increased, perhaps milky in color and containing much sugar. It suits cases due to grief, worriment and anxiety, those who are indifferent and apathetic, poor in mental and physical force. It is unquestionably curative of diabetes mellitus in the early stages, great debility and bruised feeling in the muscles. There will be loss of appetite, sometimes unquenchable thirst and perhaps the patient will be troubled with boils. When patients pass large quantities of pale colorless urine or where there is much phosphatic deposit in the urine it is the remedy. It thus may be a remedy in the form known as diabetes insipidus. Hering considered Plumbum one of the most important remedies in diabetes mellitus. Causticum, Scilla and Strophanthus may be of use in diabetes insipidus. Lycopodium cured a case in a weary, wretched patient; emaciated, increased appetite and great thirst; pale, profuse urine. Eight quarts in 24 hours.”

3. Phosphorus. [Phos]

“Useful in diabetes and pancreatic diseases, especially in those of a tuberculous or gouty diathesis. The pancreatic involvement will call attention to Phosphorus. Natrum sulphuricum corresponds to the hydrogenoid constitution, with dry mouth and throat,and Arsenicum should be studied in diabetic gangrene, thirst and emaciation. Sudden and extreme dryness of the mouth and marked physical restlessness are also guiding symptoms to this remedy, especially with a dark watery stool. Dr. P.Jousset reports positive success where the mouth is dry; frequent, abundant urination and tendency to skin eruption.”

4. Lactic acid. [Lact]

“An exceedingly good remedy in the gastrohepatic variety of diabetes and good results often follow its use. It has a fine clinical record. The symptoms are: urinates copiously and freely, urine light yellow and saccharine, thirst, nausea, debility, voracious appetite and costive bowels. Dry skin, dry tongue, gastralgia. Acetic acid is also a valuable diabetic remedy, and it has passing of large quantities of pale urine, intense thirst, hot, dry skin and marked debility Carbolic acid may also be found useful.”

5. Bryonia. [Bry]

“Should not be neglected in this disease. No remedy has dryness of the lips as a symptom of hepatic disorder more marked than Bryonia, and this is often one of the first symptom of diabetes. There is a persistent bitter taste, the patient is languid, morose and dispirited, thirst may not be extreme nor the appetite voracious, the patient may lose strength through inability to eat. Podophyllum has a bitter taste, but the tongue is flabby. It may be of use in the disease. Chionanthus is a remedy used by the Eclectic School upon the indications of thirst, frequent and copious urine; constipation with stools light colored, devoid of bile. Functional liver disorders. Argentum metallicum. Hahnemann suggests the use of this remedy in diuresis, it is decided use in diabetes insipidus. The urine is profuse, turbid and of sweet odor. Micturition is frequent and copious. Natrum sulphuricum. Hinsdale reports good results with this remedy. It has polyuria, intense itching of the skin, especially upon the upper surface of the thighs. It is the Tissue Remedy of diabetes.”

6. Insulin. [Insulin]

“Long before the discovery of Insulin Dr.Pierre Jousset of Paris prepared a pancreatic juice on a glycerine basis which he administered to diabetic patients in doses of 10 or 20 drops a day in water and had results sufficiently good to consider pancreatic juice, orally administered, as a remedy of great value in diabetes. Dr. Cartier, his practical successor, praised it insisted on smaller doses given by mouth as larger doses and hypodermic injections of it had no effect in ordinary diabetes. Baker advises the homoeopathic strengths of Insulin 3d to 30th and reports happy results therefrom. Great care must be taken not to overdose. Boericke says that it maintains the blood sugar at a normal level and the urine remains free of sugar. Epileptic convulsions and mental derangements have been produced by hypodermic use of this hormone.” [2]




Natural Remedies

1. Jambul:

“Leaves, berries and seeds of jambul plant helps in balancing the glucose levels in blood, for them who are suffering from diabetes. This is available in market only in a certain season, which can be included with the routine diet. Making this habit helps in effective functioning of pancreas. Powder from seeds of jambul plant taken with water for every two days also helps.”

2. Bitter Gourd:

“First thing that is to be done by them who is suffering from diabetes is having the juice that is extracted from the bitter gourd with empty stomach commonly early in the morning. Following this remedy daily for few months helps to maintain glucose levels.”

3. Fenugreek:

“Diabetes can also be controlled by a herb called fenugreek. These fenugreek seeds should be soaked in water for a whole night and should be taken early in the morning, without eating anything prior to it. Powder of fenugreek seeds mixed with milk also helps you keep away from this disease. Making it daily routine for few months controls blood sugar levels.”

4. Guava:

“Guava contains Vitamin C and fiber in it, with is more important for the people suffering from diabetes. Standard blood glucose level can be maintained eating guava everyday by peeling the skin off. Excess intake of guava is not suggested.”

5. Mango leaves:

“Soaking few mango leaves that are delicate and tender in water for a whole night and consuming it in the morning with empty stomach helps you stay away from diabetes. Powdering these leaves by drying them and taking half a teaspoon twice a day also controls diabetes.”

6. Cinnamon:

“Four teaspoons of cinnamon powder should be mixed with water and should be boiled in a low flame. Consuming this extract as a routine helps you maintain the blood glucose levels. Pinch of cinnamon with warm water also helps in curing diabetes.”

 7. Aloevera:

“Mixing gel that is extracted from aloe vera, bay leaf and turmeric powder in equal ratios and consuming the obtained solution daily before your meal helps you control the blood sugar level which in turn kepps you free from diabetes.”

 8. Water:

“Water helps in mobilizing the sugar contents that are present in the body which controls cause of diabetes and also helps in maintaining glucose levels. Consuming 2.5 litres of water daily shows best results in people suffering from diabetes.”

 9. Sunlight:

“Sunlight produces Vitamin D which helps in the production of insulin helping in maintaining the blood glucose levels. Enjoy exposing to sunlight for few minutes early in the morning which helps in gaining Vitamin D and keeps you healthy.”

 10. Indian gooseberry:

“Vitamin C is rich in Indian gooseberry or Amla helps pancreas to produce insulin in sufficient levels to maintain blood glucose levels. Two teaspoons of juice that is taken from the Indian gooseberry should be mixed with glass of water is essential to consume every morning with empty stomach to keep yourself from diabetes. Making a habit of having mixture of bitter gourd juice with Indian gooseberry juice in equal ratios also helps in curing diabetes.” [3]



Home Remedies

1. Improve your diet

 “Keeping close tabs on your diet is a major way to manage type 2 diabetes. A healthy diet for people with type 2 diabetes includes fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, beans, lean meats, and low-fat dairy. Focus on eating fruits and non-starchy vegetables, like broccoli, carrots, and lettuce, and having smaller portions of starchy foods, meat, and dairy products. Be especially careful about loading up on foods that are high on the glycemic index (GI), a system that ranks foods according to how they affect glucose levels. High-GI foods include white breads, white rice, and soda.”

“Limit fast food, too. In a 15-year study of 3,000 young adults, those who ate fast food more than twice a week developed insulin resistance (a diabetes risk factor) at twice the rate of people who weren’t fast food junkies. Plus, fast food is loaded with refined carbohydrates, trans fats, and sodium, which can be especially unhealthy for people with type 2 diabetes.”

2. Lose Weight

“Shedding weight can improve blood sugar levels and help keep type 2 diabetes under control. And you don’t have to lose a lot of weight to make a difference. “If you already have type 2 diabetes, losing just 10 to 15 kg can lower your glucose levels,” says McLaughlin.”

“Where your fat is distributed also affects your diabetes risk and management. People who carry most of their fat in their belly (apple shape) are more prone to type 2 diabetes than those with fat mostly in the thighs, hips, and buttocks (pear shape). A woman whose waist measures more than 35 inches and a man with a 40-inch waist need to lose weight for good diabetes management, says McLaughlin, adding that a healthy diet and regular aerobic exercise will whittle away weight in the stomach area.”

3. Exercise regularly

 “Even without losing a pound, exercise can help keep type 2 diabetes under control. “When you do physical activity, such as walking, your muscle contractions push glucose out of your blood into your cells,” explains McLaughlin. The result: Better blood sugar levels. Of course, the more intense the exercise, the better. In one study of vigorous exercise and type 2 diabetes, women who walked quickly gained more protection from type 2 diabetes than those who walked at a more leisurely pace.” [4]

4. Control sleep apnea

“Many overweight people with type 2 diabetes also have sleep apnea, a condition in which a person stops breathing temporarily while sleeping. People with type 2 diabetes and sleep apnea are at higher risk of death from heart attack and stroke. Their blood sugar levels also fluctuate more dramatically while sleeping than in those who have type 2 diabetes, but not sleep apnea, according to one study. These fluctuations have been linked to a higher risk for diabetic complications. www.showmehealthytips.com Severe cases of sleep apnea may need to be treated with surgery or by wearing a special device while sleeping, but less severe cases can be managed by losing weight. Talk to your doctor if you suspect you may have sleep apnea — loud snoring is one sign. A special sleep test can diagnose sleep apnea.”

5. Soothe stress

” Stress can make blood sugar levels harder to control, says McLaughlin. Try relaxation techniques to chase away stress. Top-notch stress busters include meditation, massage, and soothing music. As a bonus, stress relief may help you sleep better. This is very important because studies show that not getting enough sleep can worsen type 2 diabetes. Sleeping less than six hours a night has also been found to contribute to impaired glucose tolerance, a condition that often precedes type 2 diabetes. Besides the above-mentioned ways of soothing stress, try deep breathing before bed. Other tips you can try are: – Avoid alcohol, caffeine, and spicy foods at night. – Maintain a slightly cool temperature in your sleep environment. – Block out all light and noise. – Go to bed at the same time every night to establish a sleep schedule. – These management strategies can have a dramatic impact on blood sugar levels and the progression of type 2 diabetes, says McLaughlin. – – Simple lifestyle changes will improve how you feel today, and help ensure a healthier future.”  [5]

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