Control Diabetes meditation

I know meditation works in magical way but until I read an article in Transcendental Meditation(TM) Magazine yesterday I did not realize this can control Diabetes too! It was very surprising but is is true. According to this story in TM magazine this was happened between 2007 and 2014. Christine, a woman with Apache and Tewa… Read More

Have you ever looked at your partner, family, neighbor or even a random person on the street and wondered why they are so different? Do you ever wonder why some people have a short temper, are demanding and aggressive, while others are more easygoing relaxed and slow-paced. Do you ever look in the mirror and… Read More

Viral Diabetes? According to an article published by a team of researchers there is a possibility that the type 1 diabetes can sometimes triggered by a virus called Coxsackievirus B1! Coxsackievirus is a nonpolio enteroviruse which causes meningitis. The Study on β-Cell Autoimmunity Some studies have found an association between enteroviruses and diabetes. This study… Read More

How to meditate? Breath, and watch your breath. Among the documented benefits of meditation are less anxiety, decreased depression, reduction in irritability and moodiness, better learning ability and memory and greater creativity. That’s just for starters. Then there is slower aging (possibly due to higher DHEA levels), feelings of vitality and rejuvenation, less stress (actual… Read More

Drinking Alcohol Really Does Decreases the Risk of Type 2 Diabetes Among Older Women It is absurd. For the longest time, we have believed that alcohol has no real benefits. There were a lot of studies about alcohol effects on diabetes. However, recently, a study has found that drinking moderate amounts of alcohol really does decreases the… Read More

One of the greatest contributors to the type 2 diabetes epidemic is reckoned to be obesity brought on by our modern lifestyles. Are you eating yourself into diabetes type 2? Check if you have these 4 eating habits that could contribute to obesity and possibly make you part of the type 2 diabetes epidemic… 1)… Read More

Every 21 seconds, someone is diagnosed with diabetes. Every 21 seconds, there is a new reason to walk. Who’s your reason? The American Diabetes Association (ADA) has launched a new theme designed to bring the reality of the diabetes epidemic into perspective. The “Every 21 Seconds” message will be the main theme at America’s Walk… Read More

  One of the great things about the Internet is that it’s created a global community for discussions of topics such as diabetes. you’ll find there are a number of forums that will allow you to talk to others facing your situation. If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with diabetes, one of… Read More

As a diabetic you must learn about the connection between Diabetes and your feet. We diabetics have to take special ways: reduced blood circulation and nerve damage. Here’s what to look for and some prevention ideas. Symptom: If your feet are constantly cold, your legs are sore when you walk, or your feet hurt in bed… Read More

Traveling with diabetes requires preparation both before and during your trip. Here are 11 tips to help you make sure your diabetes doesn’t interfere with the pleasures of travel. 1. Visit your doctor at least a month before you leave to make sure your diabetes is under control. If you need to do any stabilizing, a… Read More