Detoxification & Far Infrared Sauna Improves Quality Of Life For Type II Diabetes And Heart Disease Patients
- January 24, 2020
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The most common type of diabetes in India is Type 2 diabetes. It occurs when blood sugar levels increase due to problems with insulin production and utilization. This can occur at any age but is more likely to occur after 45 years.
This article discusses what type II diabetes is, conventional treatments along with their side effects and how Integrative Medicine helps to treat type II diabetes.
Heart disease is a term that includes heart problems. According to the “Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)”, heart disease is the leading cause of death in the US . In India, it has already picked up.Although heart disease can be fatal, it can be mostly avoided. If you adopt a healthy lifestyle early on, you might be able to live longer with a healthy heart.
Type II Diabetes:
Type 2 diabetes is a chronic condition. It is characterized by high blood sugar levels. It is also known as “Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus” and “Adult Diabetes” because diabetes almost always occurs in the middle and late years. However, more and more children along with adolescents are developing this condition.
During digestion, food gets broken down into its main components. Carbohydrates are broken down into simple sugars and the main thing being glucose. Glucose is an essential source of energy for body cells. Glucose must leave the blood and enter cells to supply the energy required to cells. Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas. Insulin, which travels in the blood, signals cells to absorb glucose. Type 2 diabetes occurs when the cells in your body stop the regular action of insulin. This condition is called insulin resistance. As a result, glucose begins to accumulate in the blood.
The pancreas then produces additional insulin to maintain healthy blood sugar. Over time, the body’s insulin resistance worsens. As a result, the pancreas produces more and more insulin. Finally, the pancreas gets exhausted that could not keep up with the demand for more insulin; as a result, blood sugar levels begin to increase.
“Heart disease” or “cardiovascular disease” describes several conditions that affect your heart. Heart diseases include vascular diseases, such as coronary artery disease; irregular heartbeat (arrhythmia); and heart defects with which you were born (congenital disabilities), among others. Other heart diseases, such as those that affect the heart muscle, heart valves, or rhythm, are also considered forms of heart disease. Many types of heart disease can be prevented or treated by choosing a healthy lifestyle.
Conventional Treatment For Diabetes and Heart Disease:
- Diet and Exercise.
Conventional medicine uses a model based on Biomechanical and Biochemical medical science. Their solution relies heavily on pharmaceutical approach to control symptoms or surgical corrections, such as heart bypass operation, that do not address the underlying problems. Lowering cholesterol levels with statin drugs are not the solution either
- Most chronic illnesses like heart disease, diabetes and cancer are mainly based on our lifestyles, eating habits and the environment in which we live. Genetics play a lot smaller role than you may be led to believe.
- Our health is directly related to several factors including health diet of foods that aren’t highly processed the quality of the soil and the practice of sustainable organic farming to promote nutrient rich foods
Heavy metal exposure and toxicity is a major influence on health and longevity, but most of the people & other health professionals are rarely educated in this area. They are often unaware of the latest scientific findings on toxic metal pollution and exposure and are therefore poorly prepared to advise their patients about sources of exposure and methods of detoxification for optimal well being; or using diet and lifestyle modification as a treatment strategy in the management of heavy metal toxicity. It’s clearly about the food we are eating; it’s about the chemicals in our environment. It’s the environmental toxicity. We’ve been exposed to thousands of chemicals that haven’t been on the planet before a hundred years ago.
we have data to prove Diabetes and atherosclerosis resulting from toxic chemicals
as simple as BPA from plastic to arsenic in water & rice to air pollutants
Dealing with toxicity we have an easier process using Far Infrared Sauna which helps to break down fats that can store more than 280 synthetic chemicals. When chemicals are released from tissues, the body can excrete them.
Dr Praveen Saxena found that poor detoxing ability in diabetes was associated with poor health outcomes. Far-infrared sauna treatments have been shown to improve the quality of life of people with chronic pain, Diabetes, Obesity, chronic fatigue syndrome, depression, and heart failure. At “Dr Saxena Integrative Medicine – Hyderabad” all patients with type II diabetes receives 20 minutes of detox three times a week for three months along with nutritional therapy.
Dr Saxena concluded that the use of infrared saunas for people with type II diabetes could be associated with improved quality of life. The improvement seen after using an infrared sauna is more significant than other lifestyle improvement steps.
It is good news for patients with type II diabetes. With a very reasonable price, quality of life can be improved by far infrared saunas combined with detoxification.
According to a recent study at the University of Eastern Finland, regular use of saunas every day can reduce the risk of heart death. A 20-year follow-up showed that men who had saunas 4-7 times a week were 63% less likely to experience sudden cardiac death than men who did saunas once a week. Also, coronary artery disease and other cardiac events, as well as all causes of death is rare with the sauna treatment group people who have undergone treatment several times a week.
The effect of sauna use on mortality was examined in the Kuopio Ischaemic Heart Disease Risk Factor Study (KIHD), in which more than 2,000 middle-aged men in eastern Finland participated. Study participants were divided into three groups based on their sauna habits: those who have sauna once a week, those who have sauna 2-3 times a week, and those who have sauna 4-7 times a week. The more saunas used, the less likely it is to experience sudden cardiac death, coronary artery disease and other cardiac events, and deaths from other causes.
Also, time spent in a sauna is associated with a risk of cardiac death. If you spend more than 19 minutes in a sauna at the same time, the risk of sudden cardiac death is 52% lower than if you only spent 11 minutes in a sauna at the same time. The risk of dying from a heart attack is also lower for those who spend more time in the sauna.
According to Associate Professor Docent Jari Laukkanen, head of research, the mechanism behind protecting the heart through saunas has not fully explained, and further research is still needed. However, saunas can lower blood pressure and maintain blood vessel elasticity.
Integrated approach to cure Diabetes and Heart disease has been becoming very popular of late due to its overall benefits. Talk to Dr Praveen Saxena about your health. Together you can develop a detox plan that meets your lifestyle needs. Contact Dr Praveen Saxena at 040-23428989, 040-66752014 to book your appointment.
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