Effects of Diabetes-PEMF Therapy is Changing the Game
The effects of diabetes on the human body are numerous, but more importantly, they can be dangerous when your diabetes is uncontrolled.
This is a concern for millions of Americans, that have struggled to control their blood sugar with the use of medications and diet.
Oftentimes, diet changes can be daunting, leaving most patients to feel as though they cannot take control of their lives with just medication and diet alone.
While it is challenging, there are many who suffer from diabetes that eat fairly well, but yet they still cannot seem to overcome the blood sugar that is out of balance.
When medication in tablet form has failed, your doctor may turn to insulin injections to get your blood sugar under control.
Is there a secret to living better with diabetes?
This disease can affect your body in many ways, and the benefits you get from taking control of it are long-term and can help you feel free from the roller coaster that accompanies a long battle with this metabolic disorder.
There are many new medications available for the treatment plan for diabetes, as well as diet plans, but medicines and diets have been a vital part of treatment for many years. When those no longer work, what can you do?
Today, we discuss the effects of diabetes and the most common problems diabetics face with prescription medications, diets, and other therapies.
Please read this article all the way through so that you can determine what therapies are right for you.
You should talk to your doctor before you try any new therapies or make changes to your treatment plan.
Effects of Diabetes on the Human Body
Diabetes may not sound serious on the surface, but the effects that high blood sugar can have on the body can be really dangerous.
When left uncontrolled diabetes can cause serious, long-term damage to the organs, nerves, and even worse, the brain.
Every major function of the body could be impacted by your blood sugar, and when it is uncontrolled, major problems can ensue.
When the organs are affected, they can begin to shut down.
One of the most well-known effects of diabetes is poor circulation.
When blood sugar is uncontrolled, it can cause the blood vessels to become enlarged or they may become constricted.
Changes in blood vessels can also cause leg cramps, as well as a loss of sensation.
Neither one of these scenarios is good for the body but every individual case is unique. If you do have these problems already, you may be looking for ways to reduce the symptoms.
Other common side effects include:
- Kidney disease.
- Peripheral neuropathy.
- Autonomic neuropathy.
- Dental disease.
- Gum disease.
- Various diseases and conditions of the eyes like macular generation, cataracts, and more.
It’s important to have an in-depth discussion with your doctor about diabetes, what causes diabetes to occur, and how to manage it.
Sadly, a vast majority of Americans are struggling with uncontrolled diabetes, and most diabetics over the age of 50 are struggling with the effects of the disease.
Could there be a better way to prevent diabetes or even reduce the effects it has on the body?
Natural Therapies for Effects of Diabetes
There are numerous natural therapies being used for diabetes in other countries, but these have not always been widely accepted in the United States.
There are many reasons for this, but the way we practice medicine is much different in the United States.
One of the best examples is how diabetes is treated in Asia.
The standard of treatment did not begin with insulin or an oral prescription.
Diabetes was always approached with a natural treatment plan that consists of consuming Bitter Melon or taking this in capsule form.
Once fast food began to make its way into Asia, India, and European countries, they too began to see diabetes, cancers, and heart disease creep into their culture.
There are some natural ways of calming diabetes through nutritional supplementation in the United States, that you can easily find in healthfood stores including:
- Bitter Melon.
- Garcinia Cambogia.
- Chromium Picolinate.
There are numerous supplements you can use to complement your current treatment plan laid out by you and your doctor, but again, you and your doctor need to have an open and honest discussion about your health history.
Your doctor knows your health concerns and will be able to best answer any questions you have in regards to what you can and cannot take, as well as interactions with medications you are currently taking.
Aside from this, you should talk to your doctor and let him or her know that you would like to try using PEMF therapy.
Here are just a few of the many benefits that you could experience regarding the effects of diabetes when using PEMF therapy.
- Improvement in circulation.
- Boost the immune system.
- Healing and regeneration of cells, tissues, and nerves.
The improvement in circulation can help rectify many common problems simply because it improves blood flow.
The circulatory system helps blood flow deliver the vital nutrients that run through the body to the organs as well as keep blood flowing through evenly to prevent blood clots.
Studies have shown that this has been effective in reducing the risk of blood clots, and for those who are taking blood thinners, this is welcome news.
Another tremendous benefit that diabetics can get from using PEMF therapy is a boost for the immune system.
This is great news for anyone with an autoimmune disease, but those who are diabetic have a deeply compromised immune system.
When cells are healthier this means a stronger immune system is present.
Studies have shown that blood work done prior to a PEMF therapy session were clumped together and out of alignment.
When blood work was taken post PEMF therapy, those cells were in perfect alignment and freely flowing with very little potential to clot.
It seems that damaged cells are being repaired and they are healing as the result of therapy, while cells that are already healthy or uncompromised are getting additional stability.
Nerve damage is another grave concern for those with diabetes. Studies are showing that nerve cells are getting stimulation from PEMF therapy, and damaged cells are being repaired.
We know that for those with MS, the myelin sheath begins to corrode, for lack of better words.
Parts of the nerves in the spinal column are then exposed causing a malfunction of the nerves, tissues, muscles and joints.
How the healing process occurs is relatively the same for diabetics that suffer nerve damage of the feet as well as other parts of the body.
Could it be that PEMF therapy is a viable therapy for reducing the symptoms and struggles that diabetics live with?
Talk to your doctor today about the alternatives. Ask questions, and we encourage you to do your own research on PEMF therapy and how it has helped countless thousands with diabetes and other conditions and diseases.
There are many health benefits you may experience with PEMF therapy, and you will slowly begin to see the “effects of diabetes” stop taking control of your body.