• Check out the 5 expert ayurvedic tips for maintaining prediabetes

    Check out the 5 expert ayurvedic tips for maintaining prediabetes

    In a conversation with Ayurvedic specialist Dr. Dixa Bhavsar, "You are pre-diabetic if your HbA1C (average blood sugar levels) falls from 5.6 to 6.5.

    Digital Desk: Work schedules, bad diets, sedentary lives, inconsistent sleeping patterns, and other factors have contributed to the rise of lifestyle diseases such as diabetes and prediabetes.

    As the name implies, prediabetes is a condition in which blood sugar levels are higher than usual but not high enough to be classified as diabetes. "You are pre-diabetic if your HbA1C (average blood sugar levels) falls in the range of 5.6 to 6.5," says Ayurvedic specialist Dr. Dixa Bhavsar.

    The expert shared five ideas on Instagram that she claims would help "reverse prediabetes."

    Accurately what are the signs and symptoms of prediabetes?

    Excessive thirst

    Tiredness (lack of energy)

    Polyurea is a kind of polyurethane (frequent urination)

    Unintentional weight loss

    Hunger has increased.

    Numbness or tingling in the hands or feet, for example.

    Ayurvedic remedies for prediabetes

    Stop using white sugar and replace it with natural sugar: Natural sugar from fruits, jaggery, honey, and other sources can be used in moderation, but white sugar should be avoided entirely. "It's just empty calories," the expert explained, "and it doesn't supply any nutrients to the body."

    Exercising or practicing yoga for 40-60 minutes daily, including meditation or pranayama, is extremely useful for pre-diabetic individuals. "It's critical to be active in order to optimise your metabolism and to ensure that your pancreas functions properly," the specialist stated.

    Nisha-amalki should be consumed daily: It's an ayurvedic formula for controlling blood sugar levels that you can make by mixing equal parts amla powder and turmeric powder. Take 2gms of the powder and mix it with warm water before drinking it on an empty stomach.

    Early dinners: Three hours before bedtime, stop eating to allow for "optimum liver detoxification." Maintain a three-hour interval between each meal, such as breakfast, lunch, and dinner, she said

    Get enough sleep: Getting 7-8 hours of restful sleep is the most effective way to boost immunity, reduce chronic inflammation, manage physical and emotional stress, and improve hormonal imbalances.

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