Diabetes also referred to as Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a multi-organ disorder affecting every organ in the human body. Diabetes can happen to anyone, from every walk of life.
Diabetes is a condition where a human body doesn’t generate enough insulin to meet the body needs. Insulin is a hormone that helps the glucose get into your cells to give them energy. The food we eat provides the body with glucose, which is used by the body cells as a source of energy. Insulin plays an important role in moving glucose from the body into cells. If the body doesn’t generate enough insulin or the cells don’t respond properly to insulin, then the high-level glucose remains in the blood. The situation leads to a condition called Diabetes. It also affects the metabolism in the body.
Long-term use of oral diabetic drugs will severely affect the kidneys, so is the insulin. They only shift the glucose from one part to another.
Over a period, the number of diabetic cases that are dramatically increasing. In the early 90s, an average family used to have one diabetic person. In the present time, the same average family left with one non-diabetic person. Future seems to be that every individual person will be affected with diabetes.
Two types of Diabetes:
Type 1 Diabetes:
The Type 1 diabetes occurs when the body does not produce insulin. It usually develops in children and teenagers though it can develop at any age. It is an auto-immune condition where the body immune system attacks pancreas which produces insulin.
Type 2 Diabetes:
This type 2 diabetes occurs when your body becomes resistant to insulin, and glucose builds up in the blood. It usually develops in adults after age 35. However, a growing number of youngsters are now developing with type 2 diabetes.
Diabetes is a leading cause of blindness, silent heart attack, amputation of limbs, kidney failure, hypertension, obesity, infertility, poor healing, and other health complications.
We at Bhaskara Hospital are trying to prevent all these complications than treating them with our latest innovative technologies and therapies.
Our mission is to Reverse Diabetes and Prevent Diabetes in near future.
The general symptoms of diabetes include:
- Extreme hunger
- Increased thirst
- Weight loss
- Frequent urination
- Blurry vision
- Extreme fatigue
- Poor healing
The conditions interlinked with Diabetes are:
- Sudden fall of stamina
- White discharge
- Infertility in both men and women
- Erectile dysfunction
- Silent heart attacks
We will treat the root of the evil cause which will allow us to repair, restore and regenerate the damaged organ.
For that early diabetes without complications, we treat with Stem cell therapy (autologous) targeting diabetes reversal.
For pre-diabetes, our protocols will help them enjoy a healthy life without medicine or insulin.
- Only approach to repair the damage and regenerate the affected organ.
- Long-term results.
- Non-surgical, non-medical procedures with no medicines and no chemicals.
- No age restriction. Can be used for both Type 1 & Type 2.
- At any stage of diabetes.