Power yoga for diabetes | Cure for diabetes


Anyone can be at risk for diabetes. And today, in this video, I will show you how to protect yourself with simple yoga postures. Regular yoga practice can help reduce the severity of diabetes. Twist yoga poses help stimulate the abdominal organs. The tightening and releasing action of these yoga asanas improves blood flow to organs and increases the ability to produce insulin.

Diabetes – Recognition and Prevention
The most common types of diabetes mellitus are type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Diabetes mellitus affects the body's ability to metabolize sugar, using the hormone insulin. Insulin helps cells use the simple glucose of sugar that is needed for repair, growth and energy.
In type 1 diabetes, the body produces little or no insulin, so people with this type of diabetes will need to receive insulin therapy throughout their lives. Where, as in the case of type 2 diabetes, the body produces a lot of insulin but the cells can not use it.
In any case, the body does not process the sugar properly. Excess sugar can damage the large and small blood cells of your body. It can also damage organs, the most vulnerable are: eyes, heart, feet and kidneys.
Symptoms commonly associated with diabetes:
Frequent urination: your body tries to eliminate more fluid to balance your urine, which otherwise has too much glucose.
Excessive thirst: your body lets you know that you must replace the fluid that is lost by excess urination.
Excessive appetite: when the cells of your body do not receive glucose, your body interprets it as if you were hungry.
Wounds that do not heal: Your blood circulation is disturbed and you can no longer deliver the materials your body needs to repair wounds, especially in the lower extremities.
Rapid weight loss: glucose can no longer be used by the body's cells for energy, and therefore your body draws on fat reserves, resulting in weight loss.
Dizziness / vertigo: you will experience dizziness because your cells do not have enough sugar, because you are dehydrated, because your blood pressure has been altered or due to nerve damage.
Prevention of diabetes:
The sedentary lifestyle is the biggest enemy and, therefore, physical activity is essential. At least include 30 minutes of physical activity in your program that will make you breathe faster and increase your heart rate. If you drink alcohol, consume in moderation.
Reducing stress and getting enough sleep will go a long way, but only if it is complemented by increased physical activity and altered eating habits. Many people feel that regular meal times can help prevent diabetes. Pay attention to what you eat. Take small, frequent meals. Add less sugar to tea and coffee. Here are some additional tips you can use while cooking: include more vegetables in your diet. Switch from white to brown rice, which has more fiber. Cook with olive oil, sunflower or gingili, which contain healthy fats. Use non-stick pans, therefore reduce oil intake. The lifestyle changes recommended here will not only help prevent diabetes, but will keep you healthier and give you more energy in general.

Krag joga vir diabetes
اليوغا السلطة لمرض السكري
Power Yoga for Diabetes
Power yoga for diabetes
Yoga of puissance pour le diabète
मधुमेह के ति ति्ति योग
Power yoga to cukorbetegségért
Kekuatan yoga for diabetes
Yoga di potere per il diabete
糖尿病 の の た め ガ ガ ガ
당뇨병 을 위한 파워 요가
power yoga for diabetes
ਡਾਇਬਟੀਜ਼ ਲਈ ਪਾਵਰ ਯੋਗਾ
Силовая йога для диабета
Moc jóga pre diabetes
நீரிழிவுக்கான யோகா
โยคะ ั บ ั บ รับ โร ห ว นา หวาน
Kapangyarihan yoga for sa diyabetis
Sức mạnh yoga cho bệnh tiểu đường
功能 瑜伽 为 糖尿病

Video credits to Anidil Praveen YouTube channel





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