Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Chamomile: The perfect infusion for diabetics

Staying hydrated is essential for controlling glucose levels.

Glucose is the body’s main source of energy; A hormone called insulin has the function of helping this type of sugar move from the bloodstream to the cells.

Too much or too little glucose in the blood can be a sign of a serious medical problem. High blood sugar levels (hyperglycemia) may mean diabetes.
For its part, low blood sugar levels (hypoglycemia) can also lead to serious medical problems, such as brain damage, if not treated in time, as explained by the health and drug portal Medline Plus.

Symptoms when glucose levels are high:

  • Increased thirst
  • Urinating more often
  • Blurred vision
  • fatigue.
  • Wounds that heal slowly.

Symptoms when the glucose level is low:

  • Worry
  • Sweat
  • jerks.
  • hungry.
  • confusion.
Too much or too little glucose in the blood can be a sign of a medical problem. Image by congerdesign from Pixabay

Diet is the best way to maintain healthy blood sugar levels. Sugar, soft drinks and foods popularly called junk food should be removed from daily consumption. In the same way, fruits such as apples, and foods such as rye bread, berries, nuts, oats, legumes and/or grains should be included.

When glucose is at an inappropriate level, a doctor should be consulted and with his authorization, some natural infusions can be consumed to lower blood sugar.

One of these drinks, according to the ABC de Sevilla Salad portal, is chamomile tea, which due to its components reduces the amount of glucose absorbed by the intestine into the bloodstream.
Preparing the infusion is simple. Add a tablespoon of chamomile to a cup of water in a pot and bring it to a boil. When finished, let it rest and then you can drink.

Five little-known symptoms of diabetes

1. Changed Vision

Although the disease alters body fluids, including vision, some diabetics, before being diagnosed, can see well and therefore stop wearing glasses. However, they will need them again once the glucose is controlled.

However, it is not due to diabetic retinopathy, a disease that causes blockage of the blood vessels in the back of the eye.

2. Skin irritation

If the person starts to notice itching or burning sensation on the skin, then you have to establish whether it is due to weather or other factors and if not, then you should do a blood test to see the glucose level.
The Econcejos portal highlights that diabetes reaches the blood circulation and therefore the extremities are most prone to burns.

3. Snoring

Snoring can be a symptom of many diseases including diabetes. Therefore, due to muscle relaxation, people experience an inspiratory lag due to the constriction of the airways.

Similarly, due to snoring, it obstructs the entry of air into the lungs, thereby inhibiting the metabolism of glucose.

4. Scalp or Dandruff

When there is too much sugar in the blood, the body tries to excrete it through urine, but if too much is removed, parts of the body become dehydrated, causing scaly scalp and dandruff (seborrheic dermatitis). It happens.

5. Hearing problems

If the person begins to notice that he needs to increase the volume of the television or radio, this is an alarm that he may be suffering from diabetes, as he is slowly losing his ability to hear.
In fact, some research suggests that people with high blood sugar are at greater risk of hearing damage than others, because high glucose damages blood vessels and nerves in the inner ear.

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