Diabetes is a chronic, metabolic disease characterized by elevated levels of blood glucose (or blood sugar), which leads over time to serious damage to the heart, blood vessels, eyes, kidneys and nerves.

Common Symptoms

Frequent Urination (Polyuria):

Patients often experience an increased need to urinate, especially during the night.

Excessive Thirst (Polydipsia):

Unquenchable thirst is a common symptom, leading individuals to consume large amounts of fluids.

Unexplained Weight Loss:

Despite maintaining regular eating habits, patients may undergo unintended weight loss.

Fatigue and Weakness:

Persistent tiredness and lack of energy are common, affecting daily activities.

Blurry Vision:

Diabetes can impact vision, causing fluctuations and blurriness.


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Lifestyle Factors:

Sedentary lifestyles, poor dietary choices, and lack of physical activity contribute significantly to the development.

Genetic Predisposition:

Family history plays a crucial role, with a genetic predisposition increasing the likelihood of developing diabetes.

Insulin Resistance:

The body’s inability to effectively use insulin, leading to elevated blood sugar levels.


Excess body weight, particularly around the abdominal area, is a known risk factor.

Risk Factors


The risk of diabetes increases with age, particularly after 45 years.

Medical Conditions:

Conditions such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and gestational diabetes can increase the risk.


Individuals with high blood pressure are more susceptible.
At Atmabodh Patanjali Wellness Centre, a comprehensive approach is adopted to address diabetes, incorporating lifestyle modifications, personalized dietary plans, stress management, and traditional Ayurvedic practices to promote overall well-being and effective diabetes management.
Yoga and Meditation
Yoga and meditation are powerful practices that offer a wide range of benefits for both the body and the mind.
Reflexology is a type of therapy that uses gentle pressure on specific points along your feet.
Basti Therapy
Basti, or medicated enemas, can be beneficial for balancing Vata dosha and managing diabetes.
Herbal Remedies
Ayurvedic herbs like Ashwagandha, Brahmi, and Arjuna are traditionally used to support cardiovascular health.