Diabetes is an illness that happens when your blood glucose, also called blood sugar are extremely high. Those foods we eat on a daily basis provide us blood glucose, blood glucose provides us the power that maintains our health. Insulin is a hormone that requires to convert glucose into energy. When insulin is unable to produce glucose for the body, those people who have Diabetes eat foods such as bread, rice, cereals, vegetables, milk, and sweets their glucose is unable to convert into energy.
When the glucose is unable to convert into energy then glucose stays in the body and therefore resulting in a high blood glucose (sugar) level. This is also called hyperglycemia. Over the long term, high glucose levels are related to harm to the body and the disappointment of different organs and tissues.
There are two types of Diabetes:-
Type 1- Type 1 Diabetes is generally occurring in children’s and young adults, in this your body is unable to make insulin and your immune system attacks your cells and destroys your pancreas that makes insulin.
Type 2 – Type 2 Diabetes generally occurs at any stage of life even in childhood but it is most commonly occurs in middle-aged and older people. In this type, your body does not produce insulin in a good manner. You would take oral drugs to control their blood glucose level.
How to Prevent from Diabetes with the help of Yoga.
Why It’s Helpful
Research shows that if you have Diabetes than Yoga may help to low your blood sugar levels while also helps in blood circulation. Many experts preferred Yoga for Diabetes control.
Some Types of Yoga Poses are given below:-
1. Legs up the wall pose – This Pose helps us to relieve our daily stress resulting in lower blood sugar levels and lower blood pressure. This pose is also helpful in reducing headaches, improve circulation and helps in maintaining mental health.
2. Pranayam – Breathing in and breathing out also helps in ventilate your blood, and improves blood circulation. Pranayam also calms our mind and relax our body and relieve all nervousness of the human mind. For doing this sit on the floor and then cross your legs and adjust your back, keep your hands on your knees with your palms confronting upwards and then close your eyes.
3. Seated Forward Bend or Paschimottanasana – This pose is beneficial in lowering your blood pressure, weight loss, and fatigue. You have to just sit on the floor and extend your legs straight in front of you and try to touch your hand down to your fit and when it is adjustable try to do it 4-5 times. You can also stay in the position for up to 3 minutes.
4. Supine Spinal Twist or Supta Matsyendrasana – Lying on your back, bring your arms out to the side with the palms looking down in a T position. Curve the correct knee and spot the correct foot on the left knee. It is beneficial for our physical as well as mental health as it improves digestion, helps release the lower back, and it also quite our mind.
5. Bow Pose or Dhanurasana – Bow Pose. This backbend opens up your chest and invigorates your stomach organs. This may help bring down your sugar levels, just as calm stoppage and respiratory infirmities.
6. Child’s Pose or Balasana – Child’s Pose is also beneficial in Diabetes actually this helps to promote the development of insulin-producing beta cells. It is also helpful in pains of back and neck and relieving mental stress and fatigue.