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Keeping blood sugar levels within the recommended range can help reduce the risk of the complications of type 2 diabetes, such as cardiovascular disease, kidney damage, nerve damage and vision problems.


Root Cause of Diabetes

Diabetes is a common condition that affects one in 10 people, that’s over 37 million Americans, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention While that’s an alarming number, there are ways to help lower the risk. Dr. Tomi Mitchell, a Board-Certified Family Physician with Holistic Wellness Strategies tells us, “Diabetes is a serious medical condition that can lead to several health complications, including heart disease, kidney damage, and blindness.

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Homeopathy For Diabetics

There’s currently little to no evidence that homeopathy is effective for treating diabetes. You can usually treat it with a change in diet, exercise, and prescription medications to manage blood sugar.


Homeopathy is an alternative medical system. It’s also called homeopathic medicine. Homeopathy involves the idea that you can treat a condition with a diluted amount of a natural substance that may cause symptoms of the disease in healthy people. This is the homeopathic principle of “like cures like.”


Syzygium jambolanum or S. cumini (black plum) could help treat thirst, weakness, skin ulcers, and excessive urination.

Uranium nitricum might treat excessive urination, nausea, swelling, and burning with urination.

Conium (hemlock) may help treat numbness in the feet and hands, as well as diabetic neuropathy, or nerve damage.

Plumbum (lead) could help with numbness in the hands and feet, nerve pain, and tinnitus.

Calendula (marigold) might help treat infected ulcers.

Phosphoric acid may treat memory impairment, confusion or heavy head, frequent urination at night, hair loss, and difficulty maintaining an erection.

Candida (yeast) could help treat yeast infections.

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Blood Sugar High, What To Look For

Dr. Theodore Strange, Chair of Medicine at Staten Island University says, “Glucose, which is the same as blood sugar, is the main sugar found in human blood, IT comes from food ingested, is stored in the liver and is the body’s main source of energy for the cells to function. Without blood glucose, all body functions would not work.  Diabetes is a disease of elevated blood sugar levels on an ongoing basis.”

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Factors That Impact Your A1C

The A1C test is a blood test that can be used to monitor how well your type 2 diabetes treatment plan is working. The test measures your average blood sugar levels over the past 2 to 3 months.


Blood Sugar Help

High blood sugar is commonly linked to diabetes, and can be dangerous if ignored and untreated. If you’ve recently been diagnosed with high blood sugar, don’t panic—there are methods (aside from taking insulin, if advised by your doctor) that can bring it down over the long term. “Type 2 diabetes patients did not bring it on themselves,” says diabetes and metabolism expert Elena Christofides, MD. “This is not a moral failing.” Above all, be patient with yourself—you didn’t get bad blood sugar overnight, and with steady work it can be managed.



Diabetic Neuropathy

Diabetic nephropathy is a type of progressive kidney disease that may occur in people who have diabetes. It affects people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes, and risk increases with the duration of the disease and other risk factors like high blood pressure and a family history of kidney disease.

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