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Best Beginning Yoga Postures For Diabetes

For those with diabetes or pre-diabetes, adopting a regular yoga routine in addition to other healthy lifestyle habits can provide relief from diabetic symptoms and even help overcome the condition. The best beginning yoga for diabetes will include postures and breathing exercises that are designed specifically to target and stimulate the pancreas. By improving blood flow to the pancreas, yoga postures for diabetes rejuvenate the organ’s cells and improve its ability to produce insulin for the body. Beginning a yoga for diabetes routine, in addition to relieving symptoms, can bring a new level of physical ease and overall well-being to your day. Generally speaking, yoga postures for diabetes should be practiced before meals, but after consuming glucid liquids. Practice can be done in the morning and evening for up to 40 or even 60 minutes, depending on comfort level. When beginning yoga for diabetes, it is important to start with simple asanas. Avoid heavy exertion and instead focus on smooth, even stretching and abdominal compressions. When beginning yoga, start with holding each posture for about five seconds, or as long as is comfortable. As you progress, gradually increase th Continue reading >>

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  1. maswazir

    Folks. Two years ago I was told by my Doctor that drinking of Too much water is dangerous for human health. too much water can put pressure on our kidnies, he said.
    as I asked him that i had be drinking more water then normal people, less in Quantity but frequently drinks, so he warned me that you should drink less.
    The Question i s ,that, how much water we need ? for Diabetics and Hypertesnions petaints also need the same amount of water ,althugh they feel thirsty.
    if you explain i t ,that how much water we should drink ?
    thanks.
    MasWazir.

  2. u139860

    It is very difficult to say exactly how much water you must drink as there are several ways you lose water naturally. Sweating, bowel movements, even respiration just to name a few besides urination.
    I recently started forming kidney stones, mostly because I have been dehydrated. So my Dr wants me to drink more. I was told to measure my output and keep it around 2 Liters. That is the minimum volume your kidneys need to stay healthy.
    I also monitor the color of my urine to make sure it is not too dark. It should be the color of lemonade.
    The only problem might be if you have heart failure or problems with your kidneys. So monitor your weight as well. If you gain a lot of weight over a couple of days and have swollen ankles you may be retaining water. That would require another doctor visit to discuss what to do about that.

  3. morrisolder

    It isa possible to dringk too much water. Notably, a few years ago at the Boston and London Marathons a few runners have died from drinking too much water resulting in a condition called hyponatraemia.
    But it takes an enormous amount of drinking water to get there--think extra gallons in a day, an amount that you are unlikely to drinkg.
    Now when you have undiagnosed diabetes with blood sugar constantly over 180, it is possible to drink huge amounts of water --but in this case it is water that your body needs. The kidneys work hard to filter all the excess sugar out of your blood, resulitn in a need for much more urination than normal, so the body takes whatever moisture it can find in your body to produce that urine. This leaves you dehydrated, and constantly thristy. People think they are peeing so much because they are drinking so much water, but actually it is the reverse--they are drinking so much because they need to pee.
    But ordinarily you would have to wrok really hard to drink too much water. A normal recommendation is about 2 liters a day, and although one size does not fit all, if you are close to that you are not drinking too much. Absent high blood sugar levels, you are much more likely to drink too little, resulting in dehydration, which can cause leg cramps among other things.

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