PRLog - Oct. 17, 2011 - Even the classic Ayurvedic texts already mention 20 different types of what is considered "Prameha". The symptoms which all types of Prameha have in common are increased volume and turbidity of the urine. One method of diagnosis for this in the old days of Ayurveda was to check if ants were attracted to the urine. All types of Prameha - if not treated in time – will turn into Madhumeha. Hence Prameha is considered the precursor of diabetes.
Prameha cannot be seen as an isolated disease. Instead, complex metabolic disturbances are involved, which are associated with or the cause of diabetes. From the Ayurvedic perspective, Prameha is caused by various disorders of the Doshas (bio-energies)
The cause of Prameha is often increased consumption of sweets and sugar, dairy products and carbohydrates, which result in an increased level of Kapha. In some cases, a (genetic) defect of the pancreas functions will lead to Prameha. In Western societies, an unhealthy lifestyle, obesity, lack of exercise and increased stress is frequently the basis of Diabetes.
The Ayurvedic treatment strategies for diabetes are always individually tailored and include a multitude of therapies, purification methods, herbal remedies, nutrition, manual therapies, a change of lifestyle and yoga. Herbal remedies will incorporate minerals to regulate the liver and pancreas functions. Ayurvedic massages will aid the reduction of Amas, resulting in a detoxification of the body. Special Yoga-exercises will contribute to harmonizing the body-functions, thus improving the overall well-being.
Wheather it is Prameha in its beginning of Madhumeha at an advanced stage, Ayurvedic treatments will most certainly achieve a noticeable change and an improvement in the quality of life.
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