Free Alternative Treatment Alert and How it Can Help
Alternative Treatment - a diabetes discussion? You bet! But first, you have to ask yourself some questions when you’re considering alternative treatment. First and foremost is this question: What is your motivation for thinking of replacing the current traditional treatment you are on? Is it because it is not working? Or is it because of the severe side effects of your current medical care? And of course, you want to be free of diabetes symptoms.
If this is so, then it is reasonable for you to think of other ways to make you feel better. However, you will have to weigh the pros and cons further. Do the advantages outweigh the disadvantage of the side effects of the conventional treatment? If so then maybe it is worth to make an effort to check out what else is out there.
But for some people complementary therapy is the answer. What is complementary therapy, you asked? Well, it is something you do in addition to your regular medical care. This complementary therapy works with and boosts the standard care.
However, the point of this diabetes discussion is the good alternative treatment for the diabetics. Do they help get rid of the symptom (symptoms) or sign (signs) of diabetes? Research has shown that substitute therapies can do a lot for those who suffer from symptoms of diabetes.
For one thing, they have been known to improve circulation and digestion. In addition, they have helped improve insulin efficiency. And of course, along with this is the stabilization of the blood glucose.
We have to bear in mind that these therapies are not generally taught in medical schools. Nor are they usually practiced in hospitals. However, they are effective in so many ways, they truly deserve a consideration. This is so especially when standard medical care has not worked and their side effects have proven to be severe.
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At this point, it is good to remind ourselves that the success of these types of therapies is not easy to assess. The nature of these therapies make it difficult to do so. That said, here is the list of alternative treatments that have been examined to have helped in the management of diabetes:
- Guided imagery
- Vitamin and Mineral Supplementation
Some have not been studied as extensively but we have found them helpful like yoga, relaxation, Chelation Therapy, herbs, medical spas, the ever popular food and tai chi.
Food will be dealt with as a separate entity from the home page but the rest including the list of alternative treatments that have been widely studied to manage diabetes will be discussed in detail in the following pages. Just click the link to get to each one.
But first, how should you go about trying the alternative treatments? Discuss this with your doctor or other health care provider. The reason for this is because the blood sugar guideline is complex and anyone in your health care team will help when it comes with dosage and other matters.
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